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Author(s): Grundmann, Stefan | Bayer, Stefan | Schneider, Helmuth | Kessler, Rainer | Strohm, Christoph | Et al.
[German Version] I. Concept – II. Legal Aspects – III. Economics – IV. Non-Christian Antiquity – V. Bible – VI. Christianity – VII. Judaism – VIII. Islam …


(6,870 words)

Author(s): Sautter, Hermann | Rüpke, Jörg | Schneider, Helmuth | Otto, Eckart | Penslar, Derek | Et al.
[German Version] I. The Concept – II. Economic Systems and their Theories – III. Economy and Religion I. The Concept The term economy encompasses the totality of all individual actions and social interactions that serve to produce goods (commodities or services [Service sector]) for th…

Late Antiquity

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Author(s): Schneider, Helmuth
[German Version] Ever since C.-L. de Montesquieu and E. Gibbon, Roman history of the 4th and 5th centuries has been viewed primarily as a history of decadence and decline. The centuries preceding the fall of the Roman Empire in the West were interpreted consistently as a period of deterioration that affected architecture, art, and literature as well. In 1764 Johann J. Joachim Winckelmann spoke of a deterioration of sculpture and painting in the period after Commodus, and J. Burckhardt was referring explicitly to architecture, art, and literature when he used such terms as aging, senility, and deterioration to describe the age of Constantine. A new assessment of the period from Diocletian to Justinian I first appeared in art history. In 1901 Alois Riegl interpreted the style of late Roman art not as deterioration but as an expression of a positive Kunstwollen


(7,951 words)

Author(s): Beck, Rolf K. | Schneider, Helmuth | Paoli-Lafaye, Elisabeth | Ricca, Paolo | Veltri, Giuseppe
[German Version] I. General – II. History and Sociology I. General Since 1861 (the establishment of the Kingdom of Italy), Italy has been the name of the first unified nation on the Italian peninsula since the Lombard invasion in 568. Fol…

Spätantike und Subantike

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Author(s): Schneider, Helmuth
[English Version] . Seit Ch.-L. de Montesquieu und E. Gibbon wurde die röm. Gesch. des 4. und 5.Jh. primär unter dem Aspekt von Dekadenz und Niedergang gesehen; die Jh. vor dem Zusammenbruch des Imperium Romanum im Westen wurden konsequent als Verfallsprozeß interpretiert, der auch Architektur, Kunst und Lit. erfaßt haben soll. So spricht Johann Joachim Winckelmann 1764 für die Zeit nach Commodus von einem Verfall der Skulptur und der Malerei, und J. Burckhardt bezieht sich explizit auf Architektu…