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"After Constantine" is a peer-reviewed and open-access academic journal and it is published online once a year. Its purpose is to bring Late Antiquity to the spotlight by hosting papers that underline its importance to classic and byzantine studies and contribute to a better piece of knowledge in the academic community.
   Our journal encourages the ecumenical dialogue between historical, archaeological, and theological subjects around the Late Antique and Early Byzantine period, especially in the East. The academic team of the journal consists of scholars of different academic backgrounds (philology, archaeology, history, paleography), constructing in that way its interdisciplinary profile and supporting the submission of relevant papers. With the combination of the interdisciplinary character and the online and open-access feature of the journal, we attempt to re-introduce Late Antiquity to the contemporary world and enrich the academic bibliography.
  "After Constantine" is hosted and published by the Orthodox Academy of Crete (OAC), an entity that operates under the spiritual auspices of His All Holiness the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople.

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The Orthodox Academy of Crete (OAC) is a well-known orthodox theological organization which promotes the dialogical witness and the Orthodoxy's liturgical ministry in the contemporary era. Therefore, it endorses the spiritual dialogue between Orthodoxy and other confessions and religions, as well as the connection with faith, science and culture. 

You can visit the official website of the Orthodox Academy of Crete here

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