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The Resource Embassies negotiations gifts : systems of east roman diplomacy in late antiquity

Embassies negotiations gifts : systems of east roman diplomacy in late antiquity

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Embassies negotiations gifts : systems of east roman diplomacy in late antiquity
Title
Embassies negotiations gifts
Title remainder
systems of east roman diplomacy in late antiquity
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
YDXCP
Dewey number
949.5013
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no index present
LC call number
DG214.5
Literary form
non fiction
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dictionaries
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  • Diplomatic and consular service
  • Diplomatic and consular service
  • Rome
  • Byzantine Empire
  • HISTORY
  • Diplomatic and consular service
  • Diplomatic relations
  • Byzantine Empire
  • Rome (Empire)
Label
Embassies negotiations gifts : systems of east roman diplomacy in late antiquity
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Publication
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro; Vorwort der Herausgeber; Acknowledgments; Contents; Introduction; Chapter I: Mechanisms of diplomacy; 1. State structures; 1.1 Emperor; 1.2 Senate; 1.3 Consistorium; 1.4 Sacrum cubiculum; 1.5 The magister officiorum and his personnel; 1.6 Other administrative structures; 1.7 Decision-making; 2. Reception of embassies; 2.1 Ceremonial of reception; 2.2 Non- or partial reception of an embassy; 2.3 The release of envoys; 3. Diplomatic interchanges; 3.1 Open interchanges; 3.2 Secret interchanges; 4. Diplomatic inviolability and the problem of the safety of diplomatic delegations
  • 5. ConclusionsChapter II: Diplomatic negotiation; 1. The negotiating parties and agents; 1.1 Rulers; 1.2 Ruler and representative; 1.3 Negotiations between representatives of rulers; 1.4 Agents of negotiation. A summary; 2. The purposes of embassies; 2.1 Negotiations of a ›peaceful‹ origin; 2.2 Negotiations held in consequence of a military conflict; 2.3 Main questions of negotiations and clauses of treaties; 3. Procedure of discussing and signing a treaty; 4. Conclusions; Chapter III: Embassy structure and personnel; 1. Ranks, ›professions‹ and qualities of ambassadors
  • 4.2 Ethnographical observations4.3 Clandestine tasks. Late Antique envoys' spy activity; 5. Conclusions; Chapter IV: Gifts in the diplomatic practice of Late Antiquity; 1. Etiquette and the system of gift exchange in diplomatic negotiations; 1.1 ›State‹ gifts. From ruler to ruler; 1.2 ›Personal‹ gifts from diplomats; 1.3 ›Personal‹ gifts for diplomats; 1.4 Summary; 2. Perception of the gift donations; 3. Sets of gifts donated by the Roman Empire to different partners; 3.1 Gifts to the Persians; 3.2 Gifts to the Avars; 3.3 Gifts to the Huns; 3.4 Gifts to the Sabirian Huns
  • 3.5 Gifts to the Arabs3.6 Gifts to the rulers of Caucasian kingdoms; 3.7 Gifts to the Goths; 3.8 Gifts to the Franks; 3.9 Gifts to the Chersonites; 3.10 Roman gifts. A summary; 4. Sets of gifts donated to the Roman Empire by different partners; 4.1 Gifts from the Persians; 4.2 Gifts from the Huns; 4.3 Gifts from the Turks; 4.4 Gifts from peoples of Africa and South Arabia; 4.5 Gifts from different barbarians; 4.6 Foreign gifts. A Summary; 5. Conclusions; Chapter V: Insignia in the diplomatic practice of Late Antiquity; 1. Insignia of the Lazian kings; 1.1 Headdress; 1.2 Chlamys; 1.3 Chiton
Control code
907297963
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783515108010
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)907297963
Label
Embassies negotiations gifts : systems of east roman diplomacy in late antiquity
Publication
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro; Vorwort der Herausgeber; Acknowledgments; Contents; Introduction; Chapter I: Mechanisms of diplomacy; 1. State structures; 1.1 Emperor; 1.2 Senate; 1.3 Consistorium; 1.4 Sacrum cubiculum; 1.5 The magister officiorum and his personnel; 1.6 Other administrative structures; 1.7 Decision-making; 2. Reception of embassies; 2.1 Ceremonial of reception; 2.2 Non- or partial reception of an embassy; 2.3 The release of envoys; 3. Diplomatic interchanges; 3.1 Open interchanges; 3.2 Secret interchanges; 4. Diplomatic inviolability and the problem of the safety of diplomatic delegations
  • 5. ConclusionsChapter II: Diplomatic negotiation; 1. The negotiating parties and agents; 1.1 Rulers; 1.2 Ruler and representative; 1.3 Negotiations between representatives of rulers; 1.4 Agents of negotiation. A summary; 2. The purposes of embassies; 2.1 Negotiations of a ›peaceful‹ origin; 2.2 Negotiations held in consequence of a military conflict; 2.3 Main questions of negotiations and clauses of treaties; 3. Procedure of discussing and signing a treaty; 4. Conclusions; Chapter III: Embassy structure and personnel; 1. Ranks, ›professions‹ and qualities of ambassadors
  • 4.2 Ethnographical observations4.3 Clandestine tasks. Late Antique envoys' spy activity; 5. Conclusions; Chapter IV: Gifts in the diplomatic practice of Late Antiquity; 1. Etiquette and the system of gift exchange in diplomatic negotiations; 1.1 ›State‹ gifts. From ruler to ruler; 1.2 ›Personal‹ gifts from diplomats; 1.3 ›Personal‹ gifts for diplomats; 1.4 Summary; 2. Perception of the gift donations; 3. Sets of gifts donated by the Roman Empire to different partners; 3.1 Gifts to the Persians; 3.2 Gifts to the Avars; 3.3 Gifts to the Huns; 3.4 Gifts to the Sabirian Huns
  • 3.5 Gifts to the Arabs3.6 Gifts to the rulers of Caucasian kingdoms; 3.7 Gifts to the Goths; 3.8 Gifts to the Franks; 3.9 Gifts to the Chersonites; 3.10 Roman gifts. A summary; 4. Sets of gifts donated to the Roman Empire by different partners; 4.1 Gifts from the Persians; 4.2 Gifts from the Huns; 4.3 Gifts from the Turks; 4.4 Gifts from peoples of Africa and South Arabia; 4.5 Gifts from different barbarians; 4.6 Foreign gifts. A Summary; 5. Conclusions; Chapter V: Insignia in the diplomatic practice of Late Antiquity; 1. Insignia of the Lazian kings; 1.1 Headdress; 1.2 Chlamys; 1.3 Chiton
Control code
907297963
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783515108010
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)907297963

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