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Christianity Enters Pagan Europe

This course considers significant events and persistent influential features of the first 800 years of the Christian faith from two perspectives: 1) Greco-Roman influence to the establishment of the Holy Roman Empire by Charlemagne ca. 800 AD, and 2) the place of Celtic tribalism, including the role of Irish Missionaries in the establishment of the Scot, Irish, and Anglo-Saxon monarchies of the British Isles at the onset of the Viking era.

Dr. Clarence Geier is a professor emeritus of Anthropology and Archaeology at JMU. He taught courses on several cultures during his 40-year teaching career and has six books to his credit.

Michael Allain holds a PhD in Classics from the Ohio State University. He retired from Spotswood High School as a Latin teacher in 2006 and has taught a variety of undergraduate courses at JMU over the last four decades.

 

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