Settlements in the Territory of a New Capital in Late Antiquity. A Contribution to the Historical Geography of the Land to the West of Constantinople in Late Antiquity

  • Mustafa H. Sayar Ancient History Department, History Department Faculty of Letters, Istanbul University Ordu Cad. 6 TR-34459 Istanbul
Keywords: administration, fortification, land, territory, urban centre, rural settlement

Abstract

There is no information yet on how the land surrounding Constantinople was administered; however, it is clear that the area was neither connected to the praefectus urbi in charge of the capital’s administration, nor to the vicarius in Herakleia in charge of the Europa province.

Published
2018-10-17