Private Religious Foundations in the Byzantine Empire
Thomas examines the private ownership of ecclesiastical institutions to determine the nature and extent of private ownership of religious institutions in the Byzantine Empire. This includes churches, monasteries, and philanthropic institutions such as hospitals and orphanages, which were founded by private individuals and retained for personal administration independent of the public authorities of the state and church.
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Private Religious Foundations in the Age of the Charistike
The Reform Movement against the Charistike
The Rise of the Great Independent Monasteries
Private Religious Foundations in the Last Centuries of the
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