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Breve bibliografía / Short bibliography

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BLUMENTHAL, H. J. 1978: «529 and its Sequel: What happened to the Academy?», Byzantion 48.2: 369-385.

BREITENBACH, A. 2003: Das “wahrhaft goldene Athen”: Die Auseinandersetzung griechischer Kirchenväter mit der Metropole heidnisch-antiker Kultur. Berlin / Vienna.

BROGIOLO, G. P. Y WARD-PERKINS, B. (eds.) 1999: The Idea and Ideal of the Town between Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages. Brill. Leiden.

BURMAN, J. 1994: «The Athenian Empress Eudocia», in P. Castrén (ed.): Post-Herulian Athens: Aspects of Life and Culture in Athens, A.D. 267–529, Helsinki: 63–87.

CAMERON, A. 1969: «The Last Days of the Academy at Athens». PCPS 195: 7–29

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CASTRÉN, P. 1999: «Paganism and Christianity in Athens and Vicinity during the Fourth to Fifth Century A.D.,» in G. P. Bergiolo, B. Ward-Perkins (eds.): The Idea and Ideal of the Town between Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages, Brill, Leiden: 212-224.

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FERNÁNDEZ, G. 1987: «El Rey Persa Khusro I Anosharvan y la filosofía ateniense ante la crisis del año 529 d.C. Un nuevo episodio de la penetración de la cultura griega en Irán,» Gerión 5: 171-181.

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FOWDEN, G. 2005: «Sages, cities and temples: Aspects of late antique Pythagoreanism,» in A. B. SMITH (ed.): The Philosopher and Society in Late Antiquity: Essays in Honour of Peter Brown, Classical Press of Wales, Swansea: 145-170.

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FRANTZ, A. 1988: The Athenian Agora: Late Antiquity, AD 267–700. Princeton.

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HÄLLSTRÖM, G. 1994 «The Closing of the Neoplatonic School in AD 529: An Additional Aspect», in P. Castrén (ed.) 1994: Post-Herulian Athens: Aspects of Life and Culture in Athens, AD 267–529: 141–60. Helsinki

HORSTER M. y KLÖCKNER, A. (eds.) 2012: Civic priests. Cult personnel in Athens from the Hellenistic period to Late Antiquity. Berlín / Boston.

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TREBETT, Ch. 2006: «Asia Minor and Achaea,» in M. M. Mitchell and F. M. Young: The Cambridge History of Christianity. Vol. 1: Origins to Constantine, Cambridge University Press: 314-330.

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WATTS, E. J. 2017: Athens between East and West: Athenian Elite Self-Presentation and the Durability of Traditional Cult in Late Antiquity. Greek, Roman and Byzantine Studies 57: 191-213.

—, 2016: «The Lycians are coming: The Career of Patricius, the Father of Proclus,» in D. Layne and D. Butorac (eds.): Proclus and His Legacy. DeGruyter: 137-143.

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—, 2006: City and School in Late Antique Athens and Alexandria. The Transformation of the Classical Heritage, 41. University of California Press. Berkeley and Los Angeles.

—, 2005: «Where to Live the Philosophical Life in the Six Century? Damascius, Simplicius, and the Return from Persia,» Greek, Roman and Byzantine Studies 45, 3: 285-315.

—, 2004: Justinian, Malalas, and the End of the Athenian Philosophical Teaching in A.D. 529, The Journal of Roman Studies 94: 168-182.

WENZEL 2010: «Libanius, Gregory of Nazianzus, and the Ideal of Athens in Late Antiquity,» Journal of Late Antiquity 3.2: 264-285.