A History of the Later Roman Empire, Vol. 2: From Arcadius to Irene (395 A. D. To 800 A. D.) (Classic Reprint)
The absolutism of Justinian extended to the ecclesiastical world, and in church as well as in state history he occupies a position of ecumenical importance. He was a sort of imperial pontiff, and this Caesaropapism, as it has been called, represents the fulfilment of the policy which Constantius tried and failed to realise.
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Foundations of Differential Geometry (Tracts in Pure & Applied Mathematics) (Volume 1) by Shoshichi Kobayashi (1963-01-15)