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This front matter section of the book Hellenic Religion and Christianization c. 370-529 contains the table of contents, preface and abbreviations. This work traces the decline of Greek religion and Christianization of the Eastern Roman Empire between the death of Julian the Apostate and the legislation of Justinian the Great against paganism. It treats both urban and rural affairs, with particular emphasis on interpreting the epigraphy. It lays particular emphasis on the criticism of epigraphy, legal evidence, and hagiographic texts, and traces the demographic growth of Christianity and the chronology of this process in selected local contexts.

Keywords: Christianization; eastern European empire; epigraphy; Greek religion; Hellenic religion; Julian; Justinian

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