Theme 4. From Rome to Byzantine: Crimea at the Turn of Late Antiquity and Early Middle Age (5th — 7th Centuries)
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Theme 4. From Rome to Byzantine: Crimea at the Turn of Late Antiquity and Early Middle Age (5th — 7th Centuries)
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S207987840001718-8-2
DOI
10.18254/S0001718-8-2
Publication type
Educational text
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Published
Authors
Yuriy Mogarichev 
Affiliation: Crimean Republican Institute of Post-Diploma Pedagogical Education
Address: Russian Federation, Simferopol
Abstract
At the end of 4th century the Huns came to the Crimea. They seized steppes and eastern Crimea. Mountain Crimea was inhabited by Goths and Alans. Byzantine had only one stronghold- Kherson. Christians in Crimea (Kherson and Bosporus) appeared at the end of 3rd beginning of the 4th century. The process of Christianization ends in the 6th century. The 6th century was marked by increasing Byzantine influence. At the times of Justinian I Byzantine already controlled eastern, southern and southwest parts of Crimea. There had been left only few narrative sources about history of Crimea at 7th century.
Keywords
Byzantine, Crimea, Goths, Alans, Huns, Christianity
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04.03.2017
Publication date
07.05.2017
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