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La christianisation de l’Antiochène dans l’Antiquité tardive

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This chapter explains the importance of surveys of American missions (including Butler, 1903 and 1920), taking as a starting point of studies on Christianity, since the period of the Mandate, were linked to the archaeological work of French mission called Upper Syria and then to northern Syria and whose extension is the Syrian-French mission of Northern Syria. The continuing work of the Mission of northern Syria resulted in major publications, including those of the churches Tchalenko bema, buildings in the Antiochene. Moreover, Georges Tate renewed the economic and social history of the Massif Limestone away in the area of Tchalenko (Tate, 1992). A significant amount of new studies produced in another frame is also available, including systematic inventories of various mountain ranges of Antiochene. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: American missions; Antiochene; archaeological work; Christianity; Tchalenko 



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