is conditioned by its Greek sources, one must also recognize the text’s practical purpose: to make the sacred scriptures understandable to Latin speakers, many of whom belonged to the lower classes. This version, or rather these versions, provide a
In this paper the author studies the relationship of Christian communities in Pannonia. On the basis of literary (esp. Victorinus of Poetovio) and epigraphical sources it can be stated that the first communities were of Greek origin. The knowledge of Greek can be pointed out in Latin inscriptions as well. Especially the case of Sirmium was studied. In the present paper the author reinterpreted a Greek and a Latin inscription from Sirmium and Savaria as Christians.
mechanism is affected of the chemical composition of the pozzolan as the greater the composition of alumina and silica along with the vitreous phase in the material, the better the pozzolanic reaction and strength display. More than 2,000 years ago, Greeks
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the United States [ 1 ]. In the following years, KPC-producers have been spread worldwide [ 2 ] and European countries such as Greece [ 1–3 ] and Italy [ 3 ] are nowadays considered endemic areas for KPC-producing bacteria [ 1–3 ]. KPCs are encoded by
]. While several studies have been published regarding pigments and mortars from the Byzantine time [ 1 – 3 , 11 – 14 ], the analytical characterization of the Byzantine and post-Byzantine artefacts of Kastoria, northern Greece, is only sporadically
and Monetary Union. European Economy 2 . Luxembourg : Office for Official Publications of the European Communities .
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The aim of this study is to examine and describe the official language use of the Roman Empire under Justinian I, focusing on the choice between Greek and Latin, the two traditional official languages of the empire. Comparing the practice under Justinian with that of the ages before resp. after Diocletian's accession (284), the conclusion can be drawn that Justinian reformed the official language use on purpose, following the practice of the principate.