Erken Ortaçağ'da Hıristiyan Toplulukların Mağduriyeti
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The main aim of this study is to draw a picture of the victimhood of Christian communities in the Early Middle Ages. This study contains two sides of Early Middle Ages: Religious and Secular. What were the incidents which this notion based itself on and from which drew its strength? Is it correct to define those incidents as true manifestations of Christian sufferings and considering the time and space. The socio-political landscape of the Early Middle Ages will accompany to this picture, in order to render the period, in which the notion "victimhood" was born, more apprehensible. This will be tackled by excluding any religious discussions to create a rather more secular approach to the Early Middle Ages. By so doing, apart from the theological side of the matter, the socio-political, cultural and economic conditions will be able to be investigated as well. This will allow us to furnish the study with all the necessary aspects to cover the birth and the development of the notion "victimhood".