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幽灵帝国拜占庭:通往君士坦丁堡的传奇旅程 历史地理类;世界;思想会;世界中世纪史;专著

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[澳]理查德·菲德勒(Richard Fidler) 洪琛   社会科学文献出版社  2019-03 出版
ISBN:978-7-5201-4061-4

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2014年,理查德·菲德勒带着儿子乔伊完成了一次伊斯坦布尔之旅。着迷于拜占庭帝国光辉灿烂又丰饶复杂的历史,围绕着传奇城市君士坦丁堡,菲德勒在旅途结束之后写下此书。于是,读者得以窥见拜占庭历史上最不同寻常的故事,包括文明的冲撞,帝国的陷落,基督教的兴起,复仇、贪欲和谋杀。随动荡故事同时展开的,则是父子间关系的悄然转化。历史、回忆与感受相互交织,犹如教堂墙壁镶嵌的马赛克图画,异彩纷呈。拜占庭帝国的盛衰,与君士坦丁堡这座大城的沧桑变迁,均一览无余地呈现在读者面前。
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  • 文前辅文
  • 文前彩插
  • 作者前言
  • 时间表
  • 序言
  • 第一章 光辉之城
    1. 第二个苍穹
    2. “这样的美景,我们永生难忘。”
    3. 外交官和歌唱树
    4. 闪烁的烛火
    5. 关于罗马史的五个段落
  • 第二章 从罗马到拜占庭
    1. 巨人像
    2. 最后的迫害
    3. 凯乐符号
    4. 三位一体
    5. 创造奇迹的尼古拉斯
    6. 不动的梯子
    7. 神为我引路
    8. 除忆诅咒
    9. 七个沉睡者
    10. 狄奥多西墙
    11. 公主和上帝之鞭
    12. 最尊贵的共和国
    13. 意大利之王
  • 第三章 暗黑国度
    1. 查士丁和查士丁尼
    2. 训熊师的女儿
    3. 法典
    4. 达拉城
    5. 暗黑国度
    6. 尼卡
    7. 内心的光辉
    8. 伟大的和谐
    9. 塞拉芬
    10. 贝利撒留和汪达尔人
    11. 贝利撒留和哥特人
    12. 纳尔塞斯
    13. 西方的皇冠
    14. 黑死病
    15. 亲爱的领袖
    16. 赛里斯
    17. 水中宫殿
  • 第四章 波斯人的噩梦
    1. 萨莱普和凯马克
    2. 万王之王
    3. 欧马兹特和阿里曼
    4. 黑暗之塔
    5. 象棋
    6. 先知的预言
    7. 雅穆克河
    8. 不祥之兆
  • 第五章 以实玛利的后代
    1. 祈祷胜于睡眠
    2. 先知
    3. 夏甲和以实玛利
    4. 失落的巨人
    5. 鱼酱
    6. 被剜鼻者
    7. 可萨利亚的可萨人
    8. 金鼻子
    9. 歌革和玛各
    10. 君士坦丁堡之梦
    11. 狐狸科农
    12. 燃烧的战船
  • 第六章 非受造之光
    1. 布科伦宫
    2. 圣像破坏
    3. 巴塞丽莎和巴塞琉斯
    4. 卡罗卢斯·马格努斯
    5. 背景和旋律
    6. 梅露辛娜
    7. 生于紫袍之家
    8. 萨拉森人的白色死神
    9. 利乌特普兰德归来
    10. 金叉子
    11. 瓦良格人
    12. 曼西科特
  • 第七章 星光闪耀的金枝
    1. 别走开,我马上回来
    2. 安娜和阿莱克修斯
    3. 宝剑和十字
    4. 祭司王约翰
    5. 漂浮的修女
    6. 吉罗
    7. 长子的长子
    8. 安德洛尼卡之死
  • 第八章 第四次十字军东征
    1. 盲眼老总督
    2. 十字标志
    3. 扎拉城
    4. 僭位者
    5. 惊天伟业
    6. 海岸上的飞狮旗
    7. 穿盔甲的威尼斯人
    8. 红宝石苹果
    9. 四马战车
  • 第九章 帝国末日
    1. 黄金门
    2. 光复君士坦丁堡
    3. 奥斯曼人的崛起
    4. 十字圣球
    5. 穆拉德和穆罕默德
    6. 最后的罗马皇帝
    7. 割喉者
  • 第十章 地狱回声
    1. 动物之书
    2. 罗马教宗
    3. 异教徒的盟友
    4. 血税
    5. 巨炮
    6. 热那亚人
    7. 医生
    8. 以四当百
    9. 陆地战舰
    10. 隧道和塔楼
    11. 巨大的黑色雨点
    12. 城陷前两天
    13. 城陷前一天
    14. 最后一夜
    15. 5月29日,凌晨1点30分,第一波攻击
    16. 凌晨4点,第二波攻击
    17. 早晨5点,第三波攻击
    18. 山中之王
  • 第十一章 永生的秘境
    1. 早晨8点
    2. 中午
    3. 大公和大维齐尔
    4. 俄国人vs奥斯曼人
    5. 帕拉斯像
    6. 第三罗马
    7. 想象中的不朽之城
    8. 2015年8月
  • 致谢
  • 索引
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