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The African policy of Justinian I

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In 533, Justinian I ordered the conquest of the former Roman provinces of Africa, which had been lost to the Vandals a century earlier. The ‘reconquest’ has been regarded, by contemporaries and modern scholars alike, as one of the defining successes of the reign. However, despite the evident achievements of the campaign, Roman victory over the Vandals marked little more than the beginning of the Eastern Roman Empire’s attempt to consolidate its position in Africa. The unanticipated th...

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University of Oxford
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Wolfson College
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DPhil
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Doctoral
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University of Oxford
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2016-05-07

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