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Francesca Galgano (2016)
Publisher: Cátedra Internacional Conjunta Inocencio III
Journal: Vergentis. Revista de Investigación de la Cátedra Internacional Conjunta Inocencio III
Languages: German
Types: Article
Subjects: ideology and legitimisation, imperial power, late Byzantine age, Law, K
The ideology of imperial power during the late Byzantine age shows an element of predestination in the choice of the new emperor, above all through rhetoric sources such as enchomiastic speeches. This meant that the criterion of imperial power’s legitimisation was gradually diverted from popular election/acclamation to dynastic succession.
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