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    • Document type
      Review (monograph)
      Journal
      Plekos. Elektronische Zeitschrift für Rezensionen und Berichte zur Erforschung der Spätantike
      Pages
      415-419
      Author (Review)
      • Toral-Niehoff, Isabel
      Language (Review)
      Deutsch
      Language (Monograph)
      English
      Editor (Monograph)
      • Papaconstantinou, Arietta
      • McLynn, Neil
      • Schwartz, Daniel
      Title
      Conversion in Late Antiquity
      Subtitle
      Christianity, Islam, and Beyond. Papers from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Sawyer Seminar, University of Oxford
      Year of publication
      2015
      Place of publication
      Farnham
      Publisher
      Ashgate
      Number of pages
      XXXVII, 436
      ISBN
      978-1-4094-5738-1
      Subject classification
      Ancient History
      Time classification
      until 499 AD → 1st - 5th century AD, Middle Ages → 6th - 12th century
      Regional classification
      Ancient World
      Subject headings
      Konversion <Religion>
      Bekehrung
      Spätantike
      Christentum
      Judentum
      Islam
      Buddhismus
      Original source URL
      http://www.plekos.uni-muenchen.de/2018/r-papaconstantinou.pdf
      recensio-Date
      Jan 09, 2020
      recensio-ID
      e978febae4244160bc902f554c716cc5
      DOI
      10.21245/rec.ant.1934842277
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Arietta Papaconstantinou / Neil McLynn / Daniel Schwartz (eds.): Conversion in Late Antiquity. Christianity, Islam, and Beyond. Papers from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Sawyer Seminar, University of Oxford (reviewed by Isabel Toral-Niehoff)