This chronological sequence of maps shows the change of mobility of exiled clerics from the fourth to the sixth centuries. You can see that there was very little west-east mobility in the period from 356 to 535 when the relationship between both parts became increasingly strained and the western emperor was eventually deposed in 476. As a consequence of the temporary reconquest in the age of Justinian, clerics again moved between Italy, North Africa and the east. Click on a map to start the slide show.

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