- Title Pages
- 1 Introduction and Background
- 2 Litigation and Late Roman Judges
- 3 Legal Experts and the Late Roman Courts
- 4 Late Roman Advocates
- 5 Introduction and Background
- 6 Ecclesiastics as Forensic Practitioners
- 7 Forensic Expertise and the Development of Early ‘Canon Law’
- 8 Defining Heresy and Orthodoxy
- 9 Heresy and the Courts
- 10 Conclusion
- Appendix I. Advocates in the Eastern Empire (Fourth to Sixth Century)
- Appendix II. Advocates in the Western Empire (Fourth to Early Sixth Century)
- Index Locorum
- Orthodoxy and the Courts in Late Antiquity
- Oxford University Press
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