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THE JUSTINIANIC RECONQUEST OF ITALY: IMPERIAL CAMPAIGNS AND LOCAL RESPONSES

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This article examines a particular aspect of Justinian’s campaigns against the Ostrogoths in Italy, one that is often overlooked, yet one that is essential to the understanding of these wars, namely the nature of the relations among the three sides caught up in the conflict: Romans, Goths and Italians. This study shows, through careful examination of the primary sources, notably the account of Procopius, that the relations of the inhabitants of Italy with the two warring sides were dependent on the Italians’ needs and concerns to preserve their security, rather than on ideologically-driven alliances.

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2013-01-25
2017-12-12

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