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This conclusion chapter presents an overview of the concepts covered in the preceeding chapters of this book, which develops a project of interdisciplinary research to obtain a more accurate and more refined understanding of the monumental developments, both religious and social, that have occurred in the Roman provinces of Syria between the 3rd and the 6th century of the Christian era. The book improves research methods using both ancient texts as material culture, the archaeological evidence for the reconstruction of the social, cultural and religious. Third, by bringing together specialists from North America, Europe and Syria that belong to a wide range of disciplines (archeology, art history, ancient history and religious studies), these acts are meant the culmination of a collaboration in scientific research in a region of the world at the end of antiquity often considered marginal and less studied. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: archaeological evidence; Christian era; monumental developments; Roman provinces of Syria



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