Network Management in Ostrogothic Italy. Theoderic the Great and the Refusal of Sectarian Conflict
Keywords:Late antiquity, Theoderic, Gothic Italy, aristocracy, religious networks
The intent of this paper is to study the societal structure of late antiquity, as it is revealed and analysed through the methodologies of Social Network Analysis, and to ascertain whether any active attempts at intervention on the part of the managing agent can be discerned that resulted in meaningful changes of societal (i.e. network) structures benefitting the managing agent. Did individual actions, decisions, etc., that have hitherto been known but not studied in the wider perspective of underlying societal structures, have a meaningful regulatory impact on these structures?
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