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Электронная онлайн-публикация автора, 2014. — 129 p. Интересное и увлекательное исследование молодого испанского ученого детально рассказывает о противостоянии двух великих античных полководцев - карфагенянина Ганнибала Барки и римлянина Публия Сципиона Африканского в заключительном и решающем сражении Второй Пунической Войны - битве при Заме (202 год до н.э.). В начальных главах...
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Routledge, 2001. — 202 p. The remains of Roman roads are a powerful reminder of the travel and communications system that was needed to rule a vast and diverse empire. Yet few people have questioned just how the Romans - both military and civilians - travelled, or examined their geographical understanding in an era which offered a greatly increased potential for moving around, and...
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Oxford University Press, 2007. — 346 p. The papyri of Egypt offer a rich and complex picture of this important Roman province and provide an unparalleled insight into how a Roman province actually worked. They also afford a valuable window into ancient economic behaviour and everyday life. This study is the first systematic treatment of the role of land transport within the...
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Facts on File, 2004. — 464 p. A one-volume reference on the history of the Roman Empire covers more than 1,200 years of Roman rule from the 8th century B.C. to the 5th century A.D. Archaeologists Lesley and Roy Adkins offer a sweeping overview of the Roman world in Handbook to Life in Ancient Rome. The authors, whose previous books include Dictionary of Roman Religion, An...
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Greenwood, 2004. — 296 p. An in-depth study of life in ancient Roman cities Although the majority of ancient Rome's population lived in the countryside, Rome's heart - its cultural, political, and spiritual centre - lay in the city. In the most distant corners of the Empire, Rome's metropolitan existence was reflected in provincial cities whose architecture, infrastructure,...
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University of Toronto Press, 1990. xviii + 235 pp. ISBN 0-8020-5787-X Records of criminal and civil trials offer scholars a wealth of information about legal practices and principles, social history, and the conventions of rhetoric. For Roman historians court records as we know them today do not exist. To fill that gap Michael C. Alexander has tabulated, as exhaustively as...
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University of Michigan Press, 2003. — 383 p. Much of the modern world's knowledge of criminal court trials in the Late Roman Republic derives from the orations of Cicero. His eleven court trial speeches have provided information about the trials and the practices of the time period. Records of the prosecution's case are lost; these speeches, our only transcripts of the time, were...
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Baden-Baden: Verlag fur Kunst und Wissenschaft, 1952. — 128 S. — (Deutsche Beiträge zur Altertumswissenschaft 2). A classical work on Early Rome.
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Heidelberg: Winter, 1974. — 226 S. — (Bibliothek der klassischen Altertumswissenschaften. Neue Folge, Reihe 1, Bd. 5). An interesting study of Rome's earliest society and its rituals and institutes in comparative perspective.
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Franz Steiner, 2001. — xi, 381 p.
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Routledge, 2014. — xxiv + 413 p. — (Routledge Revivals). The Roman province of Noricum occupied most of Austria as well as parts of Italy, Germany and the Balkans. Noricum , first published in 1974, presents a comprehensive history of Noricum, from 400 BC to the end of Roman rule in AD 600. Professor Alföldy’s account is predicated on the methodical interpretation of literary,...
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Imagine Publishing, 2015. — 48 p. — (All About History). We all know about their roads and aqueducts, but there is so much more to the Romans than their practical transport solutions. We’ve put together this action-packed digital edition to bring you the history of Ancient Rome without the boring bits, from murderous emperors to slave rebellions. The underworld of Ancient...
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Wiley-Blackwell, 2019. — 280 p. A history of the Roman Republic within the wider Mediterranean world, focusing on 330 to 30 BCE. Broad in scope, this book uniquely considers the history of the Roman Republic in tandem with the rich histories of the Hellenistic kingdoms and city-states that endured after the death of Alexander the Great. It provides students with a full picture of...
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Routledge, 1998. — 272 pages. Aspects of Roman History, AD 14–117 charts the history of the Roman Imperial period, from the establishment of the Augustan principate to the reign of Trajan, providing a basic chronological framework of the main events and introductory outlines of the major issues of the period. The first half of the book outlines the linear development of the...
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Oxford University Press, 2015. — 408 p. On March 15th, 44 BC a group of senators stabbed Julius Caesar, the dictator of Rome. By his death, they hoped to restore Rome's Republic. Instead, they unleashed a revolution. By December of that year, Rome was plunged into a violent civil war. Three men - Mark Antony, Lepidus, and Octavian - emerged as leaders of a revolutionary regime,...
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Oxford University Press, 2015. — 408 p. On March 15th, 44 BC a group of senators stabbed Julius Caesar, the dictator of Rome. By his death, they hoped to restore Rome's Republic. Instead, they unleashed a revolution. By December of that year, Rome was plunged into a violent civil war. Three men - Mark Antony, Lepidus, and Octavian - emerged as leaders of a revolutionary regime,...
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Routledge, 1995. — 272 p. The province of Egypt provides unique archaeological and documentary evidence for the study of the Roman army. In this fascinating social history Richard Alston examines the economic, cultural, social and legal aspects of a military career, illuminating the life and role of the individual soldier in the army.Soldier and Society in Roman Eygpt provides a...
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Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2015. — 233 p. — (Hypomnemata. Untersuchungen zur Antike und zu ihrem Nachleben, Band 199). — ISBN Print 9783525208687 — ISBN E-Book 9783647208688. One can hardly exaggerate the importance of the church councils in the 5th and 6th centuries. They provide us with great insights into the situation in the late Roman Empire and particularly into the...
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Marshall Cavendish, 2011. — 164 p. Foreword Early Rome Rome's Early Wars and Conquests The Punic Wars Revolution and Reform The End of the Republic The Age of Augustus The Julio-Claudian Emperors Expanding the Empire Daily Life in Rome The Edges of the Empire The Decline of Rome The Disintegration of the Empire Glossary Major Historical Figures Index
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Franz Steiner Verlag, 2006. — 176 p. Law is a particularly fruitful means by which to investigate the relationship between religion and state. It is the mechanism by which the Roman state and its European successors have regulated religion, in the twin actions of constraining religious institutions to particular social spaces and of releasing control over such spaces to those...
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University of California Press, 2000. — 520 p. The Roman empire remains unique. Although Rome claimed to rule the world, it did not. Rather, its uniqueness stems from the culture it created and the loyalty it inspired across an area that stretched from the Tyne to the Euphrates. Moreover, the empire created this culture with a bureaucracy smaller than that of a typical...
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Edinburgh University Press, 2012. — 272 p. The Roman empire during the period framed by the accession of Septimus Severus in 193 and the rise of Diocletian in 284 has conventionally been regarded as one of 'crisis'. Between 235 and 284, at least eighteen men held the throne of the empire, for an average of less than three years, a reckoning which does not take into account all the...
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Milano: Mondadori , 2012 , ISBN: 8804613923 Questo è un libro di storia e d'amore. Ci fa immergere in un mondo lontano e affascinante, condotti dal filo della nostra curiosità. Cerca di rispondere alle domande più frequenti e insolite sull'amore e il sesso al tempo dei romani. "Amore e sesso nell'antica Roma" unisce il piacere di lettura di un romanzo all'accuratezza di un...
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Rizzoli, 2014. - 490 pagine. — ISBN: 8817077305 Il 24 ottobre del 79 d.C. sembra un venerdì qualsiasi a Pompei, una città abitata da circa dodicimila persone che, come innumerevoli altre nell'Impero, lavorano, vanno alle terme, fanno l'amore. Ma alle 13 dal vicino Vesuvius si sprigiona una quantità di energia pari a cinquantamila bombe atomiche e, in meno di venti ore, sotto...
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2009. — 249 p. The wondrous extravagance of banquets where flamingos are roasted whole and wine flows like rivers. The roar of frenzied spectators inside the Colosseum during a battle between gladiators. A crowd of onlookers gathered at a slave auction. The silent baths and the boisterous taverns...Many books have dealt with the history of ancient Rome, but none has been able to...
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Feltrinelli, 2007. — 293 p. Lingua: italiano. Com'era la vita quotidiana nella Roma Imperiale? Quali volti si incontravano nelle vie o sulle gradinate del Colosseo? Quali atmosfere si respiravano nelle case, nei palazzi? Alberto Angela conduce il lettore nella folla delle strade, all'interno delle case o nel Colosseo durante i combattimenti tra gladiatori. A descrizioni...
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Cambridge University Press, 2016. — 332 p. This book combines the rich, but problematic, literary tradition for early Rome with the ever-growing archaeological record to present a new interpretation of early Roman warfare and how it related to the city's various social, political, religious, and economic institutions. Largely casting aside the anachronistic assumptions of late...
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Clarendon Press, 1972. — 268 p. Интересное научное исследование о сенаторской аристократической элите периода поздней Римской империи (с 284 по 395 годы) в Риме и Константинополе: ее положении, влиянии и статусе, составе и функциях.
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Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1967, 388 p. Научная монография. Книга посвящена посвящена П. Корнелию Сципиону Эмилиану, выдающемуся римскому полководцу и государственному деятелю. Рассматривая происхождение, родство и политические взгляды Сципиона, автор активно использует просопографию и приводит много интересных данных. Большое внимание уделено Испанским войнам Рима во II в....
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Routledge, 1994. — 244 p. Roland Auguet examines the Roman taste for blood and considers what the games, that strange combination of Cruelty and Civilization, reveal about the Roman mentality. He shows how the great spectacles became a part of city life - they were awaited with impatience, everyone discussed them, some applauded the action in the arena, while others booed...
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Routledge, 1994. — 244 p. Roland Auguet examines the Roman taste for blood and considers what the games, that strange combination of Cruelty and Civilization, reveal about the Roman mentality. He shows how the great spectacles became a part of city life - they were awaited with impatience, everyone discussed them, some applauded the action in the arena, while others booed...
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Монография. — Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1968. — xii, 117 p. Virtus and imperium The 'economic motive' The Senate against expansion New interests and new attitudes The new imperialists: the myth The new imperialists: the facts Notes Index of names
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Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1967. — 342 p. The relationship of patron and client was a typically Roman institution: a relationship between the weaker and the stronger based on moral obligation and sanctioned by custom and force. This book attempts to show how it became the pattern of Rome's relations with foreign states, how it developed into the chief instrument of Roman domination,...
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Sydney University Press, 1970. — 32 p. — (Todd memorial lecture). It is a very interesting brief biography of the famous Roman politic and general Lucius Cornelius Sulla (138 - 78 B.C.). It should now be a truism that the historian must not claim to give the explanation of a complex historical phenomenon. Such questions as: "What were the causes of the Great War, of the Fall of...
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London: Routledge, 2005. — 80 p. — (Essential Histories). The three Punic Wars lasted over 100 years, between 264 BC and 146 BC. They represented a struggle for supremacy in the Mediterranean between the bludgeoning land power of Rome, bent on imperial conquest, and the great maritime power of Carthage with its colonies and trading posts spread around the Mediterranean. This book...
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Princeton University Press, 1995. — 388 p. This book brings together a vast amount of information pertaining to the society, economy, and culture of a province important to understanding the entire eastern part of the later Roman Empire. Focusing on Egypt from the accession of Diocletian in 284 to the middle of the fifth century, Roger Bagnall draws his evidence mainly from...
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Scholars Press, 1987. — 760 p. This book is not so much concerned with consuls as figures in the society of late antiquity as it is devoted to their utility for identifying years: consulates as a means of reckoning time. The compilation of lists of consuls was actively pursued in antiquity, and modern listmakers have not been lacking. But only two scholars have sought, since the...
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Cambridge University Press, 1994. — 390 p. The traditional demographic regime of ancient Greece and Rome is almost entirely unknown; but our best chance for understanding its characteristics is provided by the three hundred census returns that survive on papyri from Roman Egypt. These returns, which date from the first three centuries AD, list the members of ordinary households...
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Franz Steiner Verlag, 1997. Die vorliegende Arbeit weist den geistigen Einfluá Varros auf das intellektuelle Leben seiner Zeit in verschiedenen Bereichen der Altertumswissenschaft nach: Cicero rezipiert den Polyhistor auf den Gebieten der Philosophie und Theologie und teilt mit ihm die politische Einschätzung der Buergerkriegszeit, Livius und Horaz nehmen mit jeweils...
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Yesterday's Classics, 2008. — 128 p. An introduction to the ancient city of Rome, its early history, and how its geographical position helped it become the seat of the Roman Empire. Traveling to the city in A.D. 71 we witness the triumph of Vespasian and Titus as well as the games in the Colosseum and the Circus Maximus. And finally we learn that the secret to Rome's greatness is...
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London – New York: Routledge, 2000. – 544 p. ISBN 0-415-11376-8 (Print Edition) ISBN 0-203-02322-6 Master e-book ISBN ISBN 0-203-14202-0 (Glassbook Format) In this lavishly illustrated and arresting study, Warwick Ball presents the story of Romeʼs overwhelming fascination with the East through a coverage of the historical, architectural and archaeological evidence...
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Oxford – New York: Oxford University Press, 2007. – 330 p. – (Oxford Classical Monographs). ISBN 978-0-19-924440-9 (Hbk.) ISBN 978-0-19-922603-0 (Pbk.) The economy of the late antique Mediterranean is still largely seen through the prism of Weber's influential essay of 1896. Rejecting that orthodoxy, Jairus Banaji argues that the late empire saw substantial economic and...
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University of Michigan Press, 2009. — 321 p. Gardens and Neighbors will provide an important building block in the growing body of literature on the ways that Roman law, Roman society, and the economic concerns of the Romans jointly functioned in the real world. As is increasingly true today, fresh water in ancient Italy was a limited resource, made all the more precious by the...
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Solar Books, 2016. — 156 p. Caligula: most notorious of the Roman Emperors, who seduced his own sister, installed a horse in the Roman Senate, turned his palace into a brothel, married a prostitute, tortured and killed hundreds of innocent citizens on a whim, and committed countless other acts of madness, cruelty and deviancy. Award-winning writers Stephen Barber and Jeremy Reed...
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Pen & Sword Military, 2017. — 214 p. This book gives an account of the Roman relationship with Persia and how it was shaped by the actions of Alexander the Great long before the events. Numerous Roman emperors led armies eastward against the Persians, seeking to emulate or exceed the glorious conquests of Alexander. Some achieved successes but more often the result was ignominious...
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New Haven – London: Yale University Press, 2002. – 445 p. ISBN 0-300-09196-6 (alk. paper) Livia (58 B.C. – A.D. 29) – the wife of the first Roman emperor, Caesar Augustus, and mother of the second, Tiberius, wielded power at the center of Roman politics for most of her long life. Livia has been portrayed as a cunning and sinister schemer, but in this biography (the first in...
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Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2016. - 331 p. Nero's reign (AD 54–68) witnessed some of the most memorable events in Roman history, such as the rebellion of Boudica and the first persecution of the Christians—not to mention Nero's murder of his mother, his tyranny and extravagance, and his suicide, which plunged the empire into civil war. The Emperor Nero gathers into a...
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Yale University Press, 1999. — 352 p. — ISBN-10 0300078560 ISBN-13 978-0300078565. Agrippina the Younger attained a level of power in first-century Rome unprecedented for a woman. According to ancient sources, she achieved her success by plotting against her brother, the emperor Caligula, murdering her husband, the emperor Claudius, and controlling her son, the emperor Nero, by...
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Batsford Press, 2005. — 380 p. In this dynamic new biography - the first on Agrippina in English - Professor Barrett uses the latest archaeological, numismatic and historical evidence to provide a close and detailed study of her life and career. He shows how Agrippina's political contribution to her time seems in fact to have been positive, and that when she is judged by her...
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2nd Edition — Routledge, 2015. — 408 p. The Roman Empire has always exercised a considerable fascination. Among its numerous colourful personalities, no emperor, with the possible exception of Nero, has attracted more popular attention than Caligula, who has a reputation, whether deserved or not, as the quintessential mad and dangerous ruler. The first edition of this book...
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Blackwell Publishing, 2008. — 342 p. Lives of the Caesars tells the fresh stories of 12 of Rome's most fascinating and influential Rulers, uncovering the unique features of their reigns which allowed them to earn their places in history. A comprehensive and engaging account of the lives of the Caesars, who helped shaped one of the most significant periods in history Each chapter...
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Berlin - New York: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co. KG, 2008. – 340 s. – (Beiträge zur Altertumskunde. Band 242). ISBN 978-3-11-019500-2 ISSN 1616-0452 Die vorliegende Arbeit unterzieht die in der sozialgeschichtlichen Forschung vorherrschende Meinung, dass die Gesellschaft des Römischen Reiches eine ständische Gesellschaft gewesen sei, am Beispiel der römischen Provinz Macedonia...
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University of California Press, 2001. — xiii, 326 p. — ISBN 0-520-22525-2. This book is an attempt to coax Roman history closer to the bone, to the breath and matter of the living being, to what the young Marx called immediate sensuous consciousness.” It deals with what, for the Romans, was the life that mattered, the life of matter—and the life of matter was honor. If my previous...
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Oxford University Press, 2006. — 240 p. Caesar's Civil War, the story of the general's contest with the Pompeian party through nineteen months of civil war, is an unfinished masterpiece. The author abandoned it when he found himself living in a different world than that which saw its commencement. The narrative ends after Pompey's death, amidst the preliminaries to the Alexandrian...
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London: Routledge, 1994. — 311 p. Bauman delineates not only the influential and manipulative role of Roman women in the business of government, law and public affairs in general, but also the emergence of women's political and liberationist movements.
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Oxbow Books, 2015. — 233 p. — ISBN-10: 1782977740. — ISBN-13: 978-1782977742 Glass of the Roman World illustrates the arrival of new cultural systems, mechanisms of trade and an expanded economic base in the early 1st millennium AD which, in combination, allowed the further development of the existing glass industry. Glass became something which encompassed more than simply a...
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Liveright, 2015. — 608 p. — ISBN-10: 0871404230 ISBN-13: 978-0871404237. A sweeping, revisionist history of the Roman Empire from one of our foremost classicists. Ancient Rome was an imposing city even by modern standards, a sprawling imperial metropolis of more than a million inhabitants, a "mixture of luxury and filth, liberty and exploitation, civic pride and murderous...
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Mary Beard Publications, 2015. — 492 p. In SPQR, an instant classic, Mary Beard narrates the history of Rome "with passion and without technical jargon" and demonstrates how "a slightly shabby Iron Age village" rose to become the "undisputed hegemon of the Mediterranean" (Wall Street Journal). Hailed by critics as animating "the grand sweep and the intimate details that bring the...
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Cambridge - New York: Cambridge University Press, 2011. – 387 p. ISBN 978-1-107-00154-1 Hardback The consulate was the focal point of Roman politics. Both the ruling class and the ordinary citizens fixed their gaze on the republic’s highest office – to be sure, from different perspectives and with differing expectations. While the former aspired to the consulate as the...
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Berlin ; Leipzig: Walter de Gruyter, 1926. — XVI, 672 S. A still very important work on the early Roman History.
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Tubingen, 1898. — VII, 594 s. Diese hervorragende und umfassende populärwissenschaftliche Darstellung (der 2. Auflage, Tübingen 1893) des römischen Lebens im Altertum widerspiegelt in 11 Kapiteln, durch zahlreiche Tafeln und Textabbildungen unterstützt, alle sozialen und sittlichen Verhältnisse des Imperium Romanum. Da der Autor auf primäre Quellen zurückgreift, erhält der...
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Routledge, 2005. — 348 p. — ISBN 0415165245. The emperor Trajan was indubitably well liked in his own lifetime, when he was termed Optimus Princeps, the ‘perfect prince’. After his death it was said that no other emperor had excelled or even equalled him in popularity with the people, and his memory remained green for centuries. In the mid-fourth century, it was said that he...
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Routledge, 2002. — 292 p. — ISBN: 0415165911 In this well-illustrated and stimulating biography, Anthony R. Birley looks at the multi-faceted and sometimes conflicting character of this strange and enigmatic emperor. He asks whether Septimius was a ‘typical cosmopolitan bureaucrat’, a ‘new Hannibal on the throne of the Caesars’ or the ‘principal author of the decline of the Roman...
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New York: Oxford University Press, 2005. – 546 p. ISBN 0-19-925237-8 978-0-19-925237-4 The Roman Government of Britain is a completely rewritten version of Professor Birley's Fasti of Roman Britain (1981), with biographical entries for all higher officials from AD 43 to 409. Several new governors, legionary legates, tribunes, procurators, and fleet prefects are included, and...
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London ; New York, NY : Routledge, 1997. — 371 p. Hadrian's reign (AD 117-138) was a watershed in the history of the Roman Empire. Hadrian abandoned his predecessor Trajan's eastern conquests - Mesopotamia and Armenia - trimmed down the lands beyond the lower Danube, and constructed new demarcation lines in Germany, North Africa, and most famously Hadrian's Wall in Britain, to...
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Casemate, 2017. — 160 p. The gladiator is one of the most enduring figures of Ancient Rome. Heroic, though of lowly status, they fought vicious duels in large arenas filled with baying crowds. The survivor could be either executed (the famous ‘thumbs down’ signal) or spared at the whim of the crowd or the Emperor. Few lasted more than a dozen fights, yet they were a valuable asset...
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Oxford - New York: Oxford University Press, 2007. – 585 p. – (Oxford Classical Monographs). ISBN 978–0–19–923184–3 Rome’s once independent Italian allies became communities of a new Roman territorial state after the Social War of 91–87 BC. Edward Bispham examines how the transition from independence to subordination was managed, and how, between the opposing tensions of local...
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Fortress Press, 2017. — 475 p. The social context of Paul's mission and congregations has been the study of intense investigation for decades, but only in recent years have questions of economic realities and the relationship between rich and poor come to the forefront. In Paul and Economics, leading scholars address a variety of topics in contemporary discussion, including an...
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Penguin UK, 2015. — 784 p. Born to a plebeian family in 63 BC, Octavian was a young solder training abroad when he heard news of Julius Caesar's brutal assassination - and discovered that he was the dictator's sole political heir. With the opportunism and instinct for propaganda that were to characterize his rule, Octavian rallied huge financial, military and political backing to...
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Penguin UK, 2015. — 784 p. Born to a plebeian family in 63 BC, Octavian was a young solder training abroad when he heard news of Julius Caesar's brutal assassination - and discovered that he was the dictator's sole political heir. With the opportunism and instinct for propaganda that were to characterize his rule, Octavian rallied huge financial, military and political backing to...
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München: C. H. Beck, 1955.-XIV, 166 S.- (Zetemata Bd. 13). THE tribunate, a 'potestas in seditione et ad seditionem nata', was in two periods of its history a revolutionary organ (during the Struggle of the Orders and again in the last century of the Republic), but for the intervening 150 years it existed as a legalized office of the State and its holders did not necessarily...
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The Macmillan company, 1921. — 630 p. This sketch of the History of Rome to 565 A. D. is primarily intended to meet the needs of introductory college courses in Roman History.
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Oxford University Press, 2004. — 544 p. The rise and fall of Rome as an ancient world power continues to fascinate, especially in a world where people often draw comparisons between the Roman Empire and the United States in the 21st century. In an elegantly written and beautifully crafted study, three recognized historians of ancient Rome provide a first-rate and definitive...
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Amstelodami: S. L. van Looy, 1906. — 192 p. Duae imprimis sunt causae cur operae pretium mihi visum ait colonatus Romani historiarn denuo scribere. Postquam enim saviony superiore saecuto ineunte jure colonatus egregle expo-slto omnium quae deinde aecutao sunt commentationum ejus. Dem argumenti quasi fundamenta jecit, nomo jam ipea haec fundamenta examlnare hastitult; unde factum...
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University of Michigan Press, 2016. — 318 p. Trade and Taboo addresses the legal, literary, social, and institutional creation of disrepute in ancient Roman society. Tracking the shifting application of stigmas of disrepute between the Republic and Late Antiquity, it follows particular groups of professionals—funeral workers, criers, tanners, mint workers, and even bakers—asking...
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Routledge, 2012. — 419 p. This volume examines the development, structure and role of education from the third century B.C to the time of Trajan, a period which saw great changes in Roman society. When originally published it was the first complete review of the subject for half a century and was based on a new collection and analysis of ancient source material. The book is...
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London: Future Publishing, 2019. — 132 p. — (Part of the All about History: Special Issue). The fighting had stopped. Years of civil war, death and betrayal had ended, and one man emerged victorious from the fray. The adopted son of the once-great Julius Caesar was bestowed the title of Augustus by the Senate, and he ushered in a new era of rule: the Roman Empire. In All About...
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Leiden - Boston: Brill, 2005. – 660 p. – (The Medieval and Early Modern Iberian World. Vol. 24). ISSN 1569-1934 ISBN 90 04 14391 2 Contents: Acknowledgements Abbreviations Contributors Introduction. Kim Bowes and Michael Kulikowski Spanish government and Spanish cities Introduction to Part 1 Cities and Government in Late Antique Hispania: Recent Advances and Future...
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Oxford University Press, 2009. — 356 p. This innovative monograph series reflects a vigorous revival of interest in the ancient economy, focusing on the Mediterranean world under Roman rule (c. 100 BC to AD 350). Carefully quantified archaeological and documentary data will be integrated to help ancient historians, economic historians, and archaeologists think about economic...
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USA: Oxford University Press, 2012. — 360 p. This volume presents a collection of studies focussing on population and settlement patterns in the Roman empire in the perspective of the economic development of the Mediterranean world between 100 BC and AD 350. The analyses offered here highlight the issues of regional and temporal variation in Italy, Spain, Britain, Egypt,...
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Leiden – Boston: Brill, 2003. – 797 p. ISBN 90-04-11188-3 The politics, literature and culture of ancient Rome during the Flavian principate (69–96 CE) have recently been the subject of intense investigation. In this volume of new, specially commissioned studies, twenty-five scholars from five countries have combined to produce a critical survey of the period, which...
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E-Reads, 2013. — 308 p. A military genius worshiped for his courage; a fierce politician admired for his shrewdness and mercy; a brilliant writer and speaker. It's no wonder that in his lifetime Julius Caesar held the positions of military tribune, praetor, consul, pro-consul and dictator. But even his astounding ambition could not make him emperor, though it did achieve the...
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Johns Hopkins University Press, 2019. — 392 p. The year 146 BC marked the brutal end to the Roman Republic's 118-year struggle for the western Mediterranean. Breaching the walls of their great enemy, Carthage, Roman troops slaughtered countless citizens, enslaved those who survived, and leveled the 700-year-old city. That same year in the east, Rome destroyed Corinth and subdued...
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Franz Steiner, 1999. Jede Form von Geschichtsinterpretation ist in mehrfacher Hinsicht mit Wirklichkeit befaát und von ihr betroffen: Erstens ist Wirklichkeit weit mehr als die Summe von Fakten und Begebenheiten - erst der kognitive Zugriff auf Vergangenes konstituiert historische Wirklichkeit. Zweitens beeinflussen die äuáeren Entstehungsbedingungen von Wirklichkeitsdeutungen...
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Palgrave Macmillan, 1984. — 226 p. Rome and the Friendly King offers a functional definition of what is usually called client kingship – to show what a client king (or ‘friendly king’, to use the Roman term) was in practice. Each aspect of this complex role is examined over a period of six centuries: the making of a king; exposure to Roman institutions and individuals; formal...
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Oxford University Press, 2010. — 348 p. Civil Wars, more than other wars, sear themselves into the memory of societies that suffer them. This is particularly true at Rome, where in a period of 150 years the Romans fought four epochal wars against themselves. The present volume brings together exciting new perspectives on the subject by an international group of distinguished...
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Batsford, 2006. - 144 p. Two thousand years ago the Roman army, one of the world's most successful fighting machines, set out to conquer Scotland. Three invasions were attempted and each ended in withdrawal. These forays have left their mark on today's landscape in the form of impressive earthworks—the remains of forts and frontiers constructed by the army, including the famous...
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Pen and Sword, 2011. — 224 p. At its height, the Roman Empire was the greatest empire yet seen, its borders stretching from the rain-swept highlands of Scotland in the north to the sun-scorched Nubian desert in the south. But how were the vast and varied stretches of frontier defined and defended? Many of Rome's frontier defenses have been the subject of detailed and ongoing study...
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Oxford University Press, 2018. — 328 p. Sabina Augusta (ca. 85 - ca. 137), wife of the emperor Hadrian (reigned 117-38), accumulated more public honors in Rome and the provinces than any imperial woman had enjoyed since the first empress, Augustus' wife Livia. Indeed, Sabina is the first woman whose image features on a regular and continuous series of coins minted at Rome. She was...
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American Philological Association, 1952. — 647 p. Второй том справочного издания американского историка подробно раскрывает ежегодные назначения (избрания) на все высшие административные и военные должности в поздней Римской Республике в период с 99 по 31 годы до н.э. (до момента создания цезарем Августом Римской Империи). В данной книге в хронологическом порядке приводятся имена...
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American Philological Association, 1951. — 578 p. Уникальное справочное издание американских авторов подробно раскрывает ежегодные назначения (избрания) на все высшие административные и военные должности в античной Римской Республике в период с 509 по 100 годы до н.э. Для каждого из этих четырехсот лет приводятся имена избранных (и назначенных) в конкретный год в Риме консулов,...
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Madison (Wisconsin): The University of Wisconsin Press, "The Curti Lectures", 1992. - 192 p. ISBN 0-299-13340-0 ISBN 0-299-13344-3 (pbk.) Contents: Preface. Devotio: Autocracy and Elites. Paideia and Power. Poverty and Power. Towards a Christian Empire. Index. Классический труд «пионера» в разработке понятия «поздняя Античность» (после уже Пиренна и его поколения) и...
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London: Thames and Hudson, 1976. — 216 p. Preface The late roman revolution Divergent legacies Map Chronology Bibliography Acknowlegements Index
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Princeton University Press, 2012. — xxx + 759 p. Jesus taught his followers that it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter heaven. Yet by the fall of Rome, the church was becoming rich beyond measure. Through the Eye of a Needle is a sweeping intellectual and social history of the vexing problem of wealth in Christianity in the waning...
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Brill Academic Publishers, 2011. — 444 p. — (Culture and History of the Ancient Near East 49). This book focuses on the role of the emperor and the image of the Roman Empire as a whole during the time period from Augustus to Constantine. It analyses this image by taking into account the epigraphic, literary, numismatic and archaeological sources from Phoenicia to Osrhoene and...
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Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers, 2007. — 169 p. Rome - the single greatest influence upon western civilization. "To Be a Roman: Topics in Roman Culture" is a complete and comprehensive guide to what's usually glossed over about this great civilization - the day to day complete life of its citizens. Touching on the family life, the religious rituals, the homes in which they lived,...
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Oxford University Press, 2001. — 762 p. The book is of first-rate importance. It is a fundamental subject, extremely well done. In this book, first published in 1971, the author seeks to determine within broad limits the size of the Italian population in the period covered, chiefly on the basis of Roman census figures and of estimates of the number of men under arms year by year;...
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Oxford Clarendon Press, 2001. — 551 p. The Roman empire, unlike the British, evoked no national resistance except from the Jews. This collection of essays by eminent historian professor P.A. Brunt critically examines various aspects of Roman history, from Roman aspirations to world dominion to Rome's success in winning the loyalty and acquiescence of its subjects. Two previously...
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Oxford Clarendon Press, 1988. — 545 p. This collection of essays examines various aspects of the Roman Republic and its constituent groups of citizens, and discusses the nature and significance of the revolution that converted it into a monarchy. Professor Brunt's view is that the Republic was not a mere oligarchy, and that popular elements and conceptions of freedom were more...
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Oxford University Press, 1983. — 96 p. Brunt and Moore's translation and notes on "The Achievements of the Divine Augustus" - "The Res Gestae Divi Augusti" - is an absolute must for those studying this incredibly important era in history. The Res Gestae itself is what Augustus wished Romans and the rest of the world would believe him to have achieved. It is a large piece of...
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Franz Steiner Verlag, 1996. Bezweckt wird, die historisch rekonstruierbare Wirklichkeit der athenischen Truppeneinsätze zu Land und zu Wasser während des 4. Jhs. und das Verhalten und den Status der dort verwendeten Soldaten mit dem von den Rednern vermittelten Bild und ihren Bewertungen der Bürger und Nicht-Bürger als Soldaten zu konfrontieren. Damit sollte es möglich sein, die...
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Chelsea House Publications, 2009. - 159 pages. - (Great Empires of the Past). The influence of the Roman Empire has been widespread and profound, perhaps more so than that of any other empire or civilization. Rome laid the foundation for many of the institutions and ideas in the modern Western world, including the common political and legal systems. Roman ruins can still be...
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Routledge, 2006. — 376 p. Drawing from a broad range of documentation this book vividly characterizes eleven royal women who are brought visually to life through photographs of over 300 ancient coins and through the author's own illustrations. Spanning the period from the death of Julius Caesar in 44BC to the third century AD, and with an epilogue surveying empresses of later...
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Johns Hopkins University Press, 2003. — xiv + 461 p. Frontmatter missing The barbarians of antiquity, so long a fixture of the public imagination as the savages who sacked and destroyed Rome, emerge in this colorful, richly textured history as a much more complex—and far more interesting—factor in the expansion, and eventual unmaking, of the Roman Empire. Thomas S. Burns marshals...
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Brill Academic Publishers, 2004. — 481 p. The Neokoroi, or 'temple-wardens,' were Hellenized cities of the eastern Roman empire who received that title for possessing their provinces' temples to the living emperor. This work collects and analyzes all the evidence for the neokoroi, including their coins and inscriptions, contemporary and subsequent historical texts, and the...
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Cambridge - New York: Cambridge University Press, 2011. – 410 p. ISBN 978-0-521-19000-8 Hardback In this bold new interpretation of the origins of ancient Rome’s overseas empire, Dr. Burton charts the impactof the psychology, language, and gesture associated with the ancient Roman concept of amicitia,or friendship. The book challenges the prevailing orthodox Cold Warera...
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London and New York MacMillan and Co 1889 532 стр. Монография. Работа одного из величайших специалистов по истории поздней Римской империи - Бери Дж. Б. уже давно является классикой в истории.
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St. Martin's Press, 2013. — 368 p. The ash of Mt. Vesuvius preserves a living record of the complex and exhilarating society it instantly obliterated two thousand years ago. In this highly readable, lavishly illustrated book, Butterworth and Laurence marshall cutting-edge archaeological reconstructions and a vibrant historical tradition dating to Pliny and Tacitus; they present a...
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Chelsea House Publishers, 2004. — 118 p. — (Great Battles Through the Ages). Recounts events leading up to and surrounding the 31 B.C. Battle of Actium during the Roman Civil War, as well as its long-lasting consequences. The Battle of Actium (02 September 31 BC) ended decades of Roman civil war and resulted in the rise of the first Roman emperor. Learn more about one of the major...
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Berkeley; Los Angeles; Oxford: University of California Press, 1993. — 441 p. The chaotic events of A.D. 395-400 marked a momentous turning point for the Roman Empire and its relationship to the barbarian peoples under and beyond its command. In this masterly study, Alan Cameron proposes a complete rewriting of received wisdom concerning the social and political history of these...
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Fontana Press, 1993. — xvii, 238 p. After being beset by invasion, civil war and internal difficulties for a century, the Roman Empire that Diocletian inherited in AD 284 desperately needed the organizational drive he brought to the task of putting its administration and defences on a newly secure footing. His successor, Constantine, sustained this consolidation ol impelial...
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London - New York: Routledge, 1993. – 270 p. – (Routledge History of the Ancient World). ISBN 0–415–01421–2 (Print Edition) ISBN 0-203-13420-6 Master e-book ISBN ISBN 0-203-17723-1 (Glassbook Format) «The Mediterranean World in Late Antiquity AD 395–600» deals with the exciting period commonly known as ‘late antiquity’ – the fifth and sixth centuries. The Roman empire in the...
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Routledge, 2004. — 256 p. From the men who fought hand to hand to defend their communities, to the significant economic impact of organizing a large fighting force, war was a central influence at every level of existence in ancient Greek and Rome. The ancient writers who tell us about technical aspects of military practice and the management of armies shed much light on the murky...
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University of North Carolina Press, 2012. — 608 p. Figuring in myth, religion, law, the military, commerce, and transportation, rivers were at the heart of Rome's increasing exploitation of the environment of the Mediterranean world. In Rivers and the Power of Ancient Rome , Brian Campbell explores the role and influence of rivers and their surrounding landscape on the society and...
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London: Routledge, 2006. — 272 p. The Roman army was an integral part of the society and life of the Empire and exemplifies many aspects of Roman government. This sourcebook presents material which illustrates the life of the army in the field and in the community. This book prints the most important primary sources about the Roman army and its activities--inscriptions, papyri,...
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Translated from the French by E.O. Lorimer. — Penguin Books, 1941. — 365 p. This classic book brings to life imperial Rome as it was during the second century A.D., the time of Trajan and Hadrian, Marcus Aurelius, and Commodus. It was a period marked by lavish displays of wealth, a dazzling cultural mix, and the advent of Christianity. The splendor and squalor of the city, the...
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Pen & Sword Books, 2007. — 232 p. — ISBN 978-1-594160-75-9. In 202 BC, near the North African city of Zama, the armies of two empires clashed. The Romans under Scipio Africanus won a bloody, decisive victory over Hannibal's Carthaginians. Scipio's victory signalled a shift in the balance of power in the ancient world. Thereafter, Rome became the dominant civilization of the...
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Walter de Gruyter, 2017. — viii + 468 p. — (KLIO. Beiträge z. Alten Geschichte — Beihefte. Neue Folge, Bd. 28). Scholarship has widely debated the question about the existence of an 'Italian identity' in the time of the Roman Republic, basing on the few sources available and on the outcomes of the Augustan and imperial age. In this sense, this debate has for a long time been...
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Pitchstone Publishing, 2017. — 648 p. In this extensive sequel to Science Education in the Early Roman Empire , Dr. Richard Carrier explores the social history of scientists in the Roman era. Was science in decline or experiencing a revival under the Romans? What was an ancient scientist thought to be and do? Who were they, and who funded their research? And how did pagans differ...
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Oxford University Press, 2018. — xviii + 317 p. Despite the developing emphasis in current scholarship on children in Roman culture, there has been relatively little research to date on the role and significance of the youngest children within the family and in society. This volume singles out this youngest age group, the under one-year-olds, in the first comprehensive study of...
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Weybright and Talley, 1970. — 271 p. This is a terrific example of how a complex story can be told in an interesting and readable way without sacrificing the highest standards of scholarship.The book's subtitle is "The rise and triumph of Augustus Caesar".The journey of Octavian from young and rather despised heir of Julius Caesar to the first emperor of Rome is only one aspect of...
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Abingdon Press, 2006. — 160 p. An indispensable introduction to Roman society, culture, law, politics, religion, and daily life as they relate to the study of the New Testament.The Roman Empire formed the central context in which the New Testament was written. Anyone who wishes to understand the New Testament texts must become familiar with the political, economic, societal,...
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Routledge, 1994. — 214 p. ISBN10: 0713471700 ISBN13: 9780713471700 (end) Under Carausius and his successor Allectus, Britain for a decade (AD 286-96) achieved an independence which threatened the stability of the Roman Empire. With coastal areas of Gaul also forming part of the separatist dominion, the crisis led to the creation of a second tier of imperial rulers. Constantius...
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New Word City, Inc., 2015. — 147 p. Award-winning historian Lionel Casson paints a vivid portrait of life in ancient Rome - for slaves and emperors, soldiers and commanders alike - during the empire's greatest period, the first and second A.D. centuries.
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University of California Press, 2004. — 343 p. Polybius was a Greek statesman and political prisoner of Rome in the second century b.c.e. His Histories provide the earliest continuous narrative of the rise of the Roman Empire. In this original study informed by recent work in cultural studies and on ethnicity, Craige Champion demonstrates that Polybius's work performs a literary...
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Harvard University Press, 2005. — 359 p. The Roman emperor Nero is remembered by history as the vain and immoral monster who fiddled while Rome burned. Edward Champlin reinterprets Nero's enormities on their own terms, as the self-conscious performances of an imperial actor with a formidable grasp of Roman history and mythology and a canny sense of his audience. Nero murdered his...
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Oxbow Books, 2019. — 224 p. Starting from the issues of globalisation and recent studies about the mechanisms of absorption of cultures into the Roman Empire, this book focuses on the Near East, an area that has received much less attention than the Western part of the Roman empire in the context of the Romanisation debate. Cimadomo seeks to develop new understandings of...
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Cambridge University Press, 2004. — xii, 137 p. Early Christianity in the context of Roman society raises important questions for historians, sociologists of religion and theologians alike. This work explores the differing perspectives arising from a chang-ing social and academic culture. Key issues on early Christianity are addressed, such as how early Christian accounts of...
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Clarendon Press, 1993. — 155 p. This book bridges a gap between two traditional disciplines. Since the 1970s, there has been a remarkable outpouring of work on women in antiquity, but women in late antiquity (3rd-6th centuries A.D.) have been far less studied. Classicists have been more concerned with the first two centuries A.D., and theologians have been interested in New...
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Savas Beatie, 2009. — 414 p. In 9 A.D., the 17th, 18th, & 19th Roman legions and their auxiliary troops under the command of Publius Quinctilius Varus vanished in the boggy wilds of Germania. They died singly and by the hundreds over several days in a carefully planned ambush led by Arminius—a Roman-trained German warrior adopted and subsequently knighted by the Romans, but...
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London, UK : Routledge, 2003. — 256 p., illus. — (Routledge Classical Monographs Series). Old age today is a contentious topic. It can be seen as a demographic timebomb or as a resource of wisdom and experience to be valued and exploited. There is frequent debate over how we value the elderly, and whether ageing is an affliction to be treated or a natural process to be embraced....
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USA: Oxford University Press, 1994. — 80 p. ISBN: 0-19-917158-0, Язык: Английский. Коннолли Петер Помпеи. Серия The Roman World. Книга из серии "Мир Древнего Рима" известного британского историка, исследователя древнеримской истории, археолога и иллюстратора Петера Коннолли, описывает древнеримский город Помпеи, исходя из результатов археологических раскопок на месте городов...
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Artsfumato, 2010. — 160 p. Как воевали и как жили солдаты римских вооруженных сил? Как римляне строили свои знаменитые укрепленные форты? Как распределялось время римского солдата? Какое рацион питания был применим для легионеров? На все эти и другие вопросы дает ответ брошюра, электронный вариант которой предлагается читателям. Книга щедро проиллюстрирована цветными рисунками и...
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New York, "Cambridge University Press", 2007, -300p. What were the eating and drinking habits of the inhabitants of Britain during the Roman period? Drawing on evidence from a large number of archaeological excavations, this fascinating new study shows how varied these habits were in different regions and amongst different communities and challenges the idea that there was any...
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Wiley-Blackwell, 2016. — 565 p. — (Blackwell Companions to the Ancient World). A Companion to Roman Italy investigates the impact of Rome in all its forms—political, cultural, social, and economic—upon Italy’s various regions, as well as the extent to which unification occurred as Rome became the capital of Italy. —The collection presents new archaeological data relating to the...
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Cambridge University Press 2007. — 345 p. This collection of essays traces the central role played by aristocratic patronage in the transformation of the city of Rome at the end of antiquity. Rather than privileging the administrative and institutional developments related to the rise of papal authority as the paramount theme in the post-classical history of the city, as previous...
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Cambridge University Press, 2008. — 336 p. Edward Gibbon laid the fall of the Roman Empire at Christianity's door, suggesting that 'pusillanimous youth preferred the penance of the monastic to the dangers of a military life ... whole legions were buried in these religious sanctuaries'. This surprising study suggests that, far from seeing Christianity as the cause of the fall of...
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Routledge, New York. 2005. — 225 p. — ISBN 0-203-98500-1 This collection of original essays focuses upon Roman Italy where, with over 400 cities, urbanization was at the very centre of Italian civilization. Informed by an awareness of the social and anthropological issues of recent research, these contributions explore not only questions of urban origins, interaction with the...
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London: Routledge, 1995. — XX, 507 p. The beginnings of Rome, once thought to be lost in the mists of legend, are now being revealed by an ever-increasing body of archaeological evidence, much of it unearthed during the past twenty-five years. This new material has made it possible to trace the development of Rome from an iron-age village to a major state which eventually...
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Pen and Sword, 2009. — 192 p. First in an exciting series, charting Rome's bloody road to empire. Recounts the desperate struggles for survival of the young Roman republic.Describes how and why Roman Armies eventually beat their Etruscan, Samnite, Celtic and other neighbours to dominate all of Italy. Discover how the Roman legion fared in its first battles against Hellenistic pike...
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London - New York: Routledge, 2006. – 214 p. ISBN10: 0-415-33313-X ISBN13: 978-0-415-33313-9 In the Late Iron Age two kings held dominion over much of Lowland Britain: Cunobelin and Verica. Just before AD 43 the rule of both of them ended – one died and the other fled – and Rome, under the Emperor Claudius, took the opportunity to invade. Within a few generations the...
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Chelsea House Publishers, 2003. - 112 p. A biography of the great Roman general and statesman, whose brilliant military leadership helped make Rome the center of a vast empire.
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Routledge, 2014. — 263 p. Spain in Roman times bristled with danger. The parched landscape of the Spanish interior was often as deadly as the Celts and the Iberians, people famed for their ferocity and accustomed to grisly human sacrifice. Little wonder that it took Roman armies more than two centuries to subdue the Iberian peninsula. In "Roman Spain", Leonard Curchin traces the...
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Oxford University Press, 2000. — 389 p. — (Oxford Classical Monographs). — ISBN: 0-19-815278-7 The critical century between the arrival of Constantine and the advance of Alaric in the early 5th century witnessed dramatic changes in the city of Rome. This volume focuses on a number of approaches to the Christianization of Rome. It surveys the laws and political considerations which...
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Oxford University Press, 2017. — 256 p. In the early second century CE, two Jewish women, Babatha and Salome Komaise, lived in the village of Maoza on the southern coast of the Dead Sea. This was first part of the Nabataean Kingdom, but came under direct Roman rule in 106 CE as part of the province of Roman Arabia. The archives these two women left behind not only provide a...
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Harvard University Press, 2013. — 230 p. John D'Arms explores here a question of central importance for the social economic history of the Roman world: which sectors of society were actively engaged in trade? In the late Roman Republic and early Empire senators were prohibited by law from direct participation in seaborne commerce; trade was not considered a respectable pursuit....
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Hoboken: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2007. – 304 p. ISBN 978-0-471-78899-7 (cloth) ISBN 978-0-470-22453-3 (paper) This fourth book in Dando-Collins’s definitive history of Rome’s legions tells the story of Rome’s 3rd Gallica Legion, which put Vespasian on the throne and saved the life of the Christian apostle Paul. Named for their leader, Mark Antony, these common Roman...
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John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2008. — 288 p. Could the killing of Germanicus Julius Caesar—the grandson of Mark Antony, adopted son of the emperor Tiberius, father of Caligula, and grandfather of Nero—while the Roman Empire was still in its infancy have been the root cause of the empire's collapse more than four centuries later? This brilliant investigation of Germanicus Caesar’s death...
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John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 2002. — 320 p. A unique and splendidly researched story, following the trials and triumphs of Julius Caesar's Legio X - arguably the most famous legion of its day-from its activation to the slogging battle of Munda and from Thapsus, Caesar's tactical masterpiece, to the grim siege of the Jewish fortress of Masada. More than a mere unit account, it...
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John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 2006. — 251 p. A powerful tale of war, romance, and one of history's most desperate gambles. Julius Caesar was nothing if not bold. When, in the wake of his defeat of Pompey at Pharsalus his victorious legions refused to march another step under his command, he pursued his fleeing rival into Egypt with an impossibly small force of Gallic and German...
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Thomas Dunne Books, 2012. — 608 p. The complete history of every Imperial Roman legion and what it achieved as a fighting force, by an award-winning historian. In this landmark publication, Stephen Dando-Collins does what no other author has ever attempted to do: provide a complete history of every Imperial Roman legion. Based on thirty years of meticulous research, he covers...
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J. Wiley & Sons, 2005. — 322 p. The 14th Gemina Martia Victrix Legion was the most celebrated unit of the early Roman Empire—a force that had been wiped out under Julius Caesar, reformed, and almost wiped out again. After participating in the a.d. 43 invasion of Britain, the 14th Legion achieved its greatest glory when it put down the famous rebellion of the Britons under...
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Cambridge, MA: Da Capo Press, 2010. — 288 p. : ill., maps. On the night of July 19, AD 64, a fire began beneath the stands of Rome's great stadium, the Circus Maximus. For more than a week the fire spread, engulfing most of the city and nearly burning it to the ground. With its capital in ruins, Rome's powerful empire teetered on the edge of collapse as Nero struggled desperately...
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John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 2010. — 269 p. The assassination of Julius Caesar is one of the most notorious murders in history. Two thousand years after it occurred, many compelling questions remain about his death: Was Brutus the hero and Caesar the villain? Did Caesar bring death on himself by planning to make himself king of Rome? Was Mark Antony aware of the plot, and let it go...
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Paris 2011 - 513 p. " Je propose d'évoquer ce qui me touche, m'étonne ou m'enchante dans l'Antiquité romaine. J'ai essayé, à partir des réalités pittoresques et des personnages hauts en couleur, de rendre intelligibles une culture, des splendeurs, des valeurs, des croyances, des comportements, une littérature... sans trop idéaliser, car la Rome antique fut raffinée mais violente...
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Cambridge University Press, 2019. — 678 p. In the Roman social hierarchy, the equestrian order stood second only to the senatorial aristocracy in status and prestige. Throughout more than a thousand years of Roman history, equestrians played prominent roles in the Roman government, army, and society as cavalrymen, officers, businessmen, tax collectors, jurors, administrators, and...
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Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017. — 376 p. — ISBN 9781107094314. Architecture and Politics in Republican Rome is the first book to explore the intersection between Roman Republican building practices and politics (c.509–44 BCE). At the start of the period, architectural commissions were carefully controlled by the political system; by the end, buildings were so widely...
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Routledge, 2018. — 328 p. Image and Reality of Roman Imperial Power in the Third Century AD focuses on the wide range of available sources of Roman imperial power in the period AD 193-284, ranging from literary and economic texts, to coins and other artefacts. This volume examines the impact of war on the foundations of the economic, political, military, and ideological power of...
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Brill, 2017. — 514 p. Over the past decades, archaeological field surveys and excavations have greatly enriched our knowledge of the Roman countryside Drawing on such new data, the volume The Economic Integration of Roman Italy , edited by Tymon de Haas and Gijs Tol, presents a series of papers that explore the changes Rome’s territorial and economic expansion brought about in the...
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Chichester, West Sussex, England: John Wiley & Sons, 2006. — 434 p. — (For Dummies). — ISBN 978-0-470-03077-6. This entertaining and informative guide introduces readers to the amazing world of ancient Rome and its emperors, epic wars, awesome architecture, heroes, and villains. With a complete rundown of Roman history alongside fascinating insights into the lives of everyday...
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Yale University Press, 2018. — 408 p. A captivating popular history that shines a light on the notorious Julio-Claudian women who forged an empire​ Augustus, Tiberius, Caligula, Claudius, and Nero - these are the names history associates with the early Roman Empire. Yet, not a single one of these emperors was the blood son of his predecessor. In this captivating history, a...
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Yale University Press, 2018. — 408 p. A captivating popular history that shines a light on the notorious Julio-Claudian women who forged an empire​ Augustus, Tiberius, Caligula, Claudius, and Nero - these are the names history associates with the early Roman Empire. Yet, not a single one of these emperors was the blood son of his predecessor. In this captivating history, a...
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Yale University Press, 2017. — 344 p. A riveting account of ancient Rome’s imperial bodyguard, the select band of soldiers who wielded the power to make - or destroy - the emperors they served Founded by Augustus around 27 B.C., the elite Praetorian Guard was tasked with the protection of the emperor and his family. As the centuries unfolded, however, Praetorian soldiers served...
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Yale University Press, 2017. — 344 p. A riveting account of ancient Rome’s imperial bodyguard, the select band of soldiers who wielded the power to make - or destroy - the emperors they served Founded by Augustus around 27 B.C., the elite Praetorian Guard was tasked with the protection of the emperor and his family. As the centuries unfolded, however, Praetorian soldiers served...
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Leiden - Boston: Brill, 2008. – 665 p. – (Mnemosyne Supplements History and Archaeology of Classical Antiquity. Vol. 303). ISBN 978-90-04-17118-3 (hardback: alk. paper) ISSN 0169-8958 Recent research has called into question the orthodox view that the last two centuries of the Roman Republic witnessed a decline of the free rural population. Yet the implications of the...
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Brill Academic Publishers, 2016. — 534 p. Until recently migration did not occupy a prominent place on the agenda of students of Roman history. Various types of movement in the Roman world were studied, but not under the heading of migration and mobility. Migration and Mobility in the Early Roman Empire starts from the assumption that state-organised, forced and voluntary mobility...
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Brill Academic Pub., 1984. — 272 p. The aim of this book is to elucidate the back-ground and growth of private farm-tenancy as it existed in Italy during the Roman Empire. The emphasis is on the period from the second century B.C. into the first century A.D. The problem is approached by means of a combination of methods. For one thing the traditional sources are studied anew,...
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Presses Universitaires de Rennes, 2015. — 373 p. Cet ouvrage propose une autre lecture des évènements politiques et militaires du Ve siècle dans l’Occident romain, longtemps résumés par les visions catastrophistes de la chute de l’Empire et des grandes invasions. Il s’intéresse tout particulièrement au devenir des Goths et parmi eux, à ceux qui vont devenir les Wisigoths du...
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École Française de Rome, 1992. — 719 p. Уникальное справочное издание, содержащее краткие биографии всех основных государственных и военных деятелей античного Рима эпохи правления первых римских императоров из династии Юлиев-Клавдиев (с 43 года до н.э. по 70 г. н.э.). Depuis plus d'un siècle, les enquêtes prosopographiques ont été déve loppées par les historiens de la Rome...
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Cambridge University Press, 2018. — 222 p. This book evaluates a hundred years of scholarship on how empire transformed the Roman world, and advances a new theory of how the empire worked and was experienced. It engages extensively with Rome's Republican empire as well as the 'Empire of the Caesars', examines a broad range of ancient evidence (material, documentary, and literary)...
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Oxford University Press, 2005. — 454 p. Modern treatments of Rome have projected in highly emotive terms the perceived problems, or the aspirations, of the present: "race-mixture" has been blamed for the collapse of the Roman empire; more recently, Rome and Roman society have been depicted as "multicultural". Moving beyond these and beyond more traditional, juridical approaches to...
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Franz Steiner Verlag, 2000. Dettenhofer's detailed thesis examines the conflicts that transformed Rome's government between 44 BC and AD 14. Beginning with an assessment of Julius Caesar's relationship with the state, the book examines how Octavian moulded Caesar's testament and Rome's constitution to establish a monarchy. Chapters also consider how dynastic and personal ambition...
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Cambridge University Press, 2011. — 378 p. This book explores the relationship between the city of Rome and the Aurelian Wall during the six centuries following its construction in the 270s AD, a period when the city changed and contracted almost beyond recognition, as it evolved from imperial capital into the spiritual center of Western Christendom. The Wall became the single...
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Franz Steiner Verlag, 2009. The historiographical representation of organizations of the urban Roman people reflects the growth of knowledge of German ancient history since the mid-19th Century, as well as the zeitgeist-directed conditions of research and reflection. The author transposes a historical and theoretical disciplinary matrix (Ruesen / Blanken) to a subject of ancient...
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Routledge, 2001. — 299 p. It can be difficult to hear the voices of Roman children, women and slaves, given that most surviving texts of the period are by elite adult men. This volume redresses the balance. An international collection of expert contributors go beyond the usual canon of literary texts, and assess a vast range of evidence - inscriptions, burial data, domestic...
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Routledge, 2007. — 124 p. — (Women of the Ancient World). Examining the remarkable life of Cornelia, famed as the epitome of virtue, fidelity and intelligence, Suzanne Dixon presents an in-depth study of the woman who perhaps represented the ideal of the Roman matrona more than any other. Studying her life during a period of political turmoil, Dixon examines Cornelia's attributes:...
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The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1992. — 296 p. Unfaithful spouses, divorce and remarriage, rebellious children, aging parents - today's headlines are filled with issues said to be responsible for a "breakdown" of the traditional family. But are any of these problems truly new? What can we learn from the ways in which societies dealt with them in the past? Suzanne Dixon sets...
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Routledge, 1991. — 460 p. The crisis of the third century saw Rome not only embroiled in contests of succeeding short-lived Emperors, but assailed by an increasing variety of hostile peoples from outside its frontiers. Owing to the complex racial interplay of this period, the sources for its history have to be compiled from a wide variety of sources. The least adequate are those...
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Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2013. — 399 p. In histories of ancient Jews and Judaism, the Roman Empire looms large. For all the attention to the Jewish Revolt and other conflicts, however, there has been less concern for situating Jews within Roman imperial contexts; just as Jews are frequently dismissed as atypical by scholars of Roman history, so Rome remains...
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Series: Approaching the Ancient World Paperback: 304 pages Publisher: Routledge (January 28, 2001) Language: English ISBN-10: 0415248426 Synopsis: The elaborate and inventive slaughter of humans and animals in the arena fed an insatiable desire for violent spectacle among the Roman people. Donald G. Kyle combines the words of ancient authors with current scholarly research and...
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Routledge, 2018. — 230 p. Honorius explores the personal life and tumultuous times of one of the last emperors of the Roman West. From his accession to the throne aged ten to his death at thirty-eight, Honorius’ reign was blighted by a myriad of crises: military rebellions, political conspiracies, barbarian invasions, and sectarian controversies. The notorious sack of the city of...
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Franz Steiner, 1907. Im römischen Reich sind die meisten staatlichen und städtischen Funktionen auf unterer Ebene nicht von Beamten, sondern von zwangsweise herangezogenen Bürgern durchgeführt worden. Diese Dienste sind die Liturgien oder munera. Ihre Aufgabenbereiche, die Arbeit dieser zwangsverpflichteten Bürger werden genauso beschrieben wie die Art und Weise von deren...
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Franz Steiner Verlag. A detailed and heavily annotated political history of Athens that begins with the tyrant Lachares. Each chronological section analyses the problems inherent in the study of Athens' political, administrative and military systems during that period and assesses the value of a wide range of contemporary sources. This specialised study concludes with a lengthy...
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Oxford – New York: Oxford University Press, 2007. – 421 p. ISBN 978-0-19-929568-5 The Alamanni and Rome focuses upon the end of the Roman Empire. From the third century AD, barbarians attacked and then overran the west. Some – Goths, Franks, Saxons – are well known, others less so. The latter include the Alamanni, despite the fact that their name is found in the French...
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Oxford University Press, 2019. — 376 p. Marcus Porcius Cato ("the Younger") is most famous for being Julius Caesar's nemesis. His sustained antagonism was in large part responsible for pushing the Romans towards civil war. Yet Cato never wanted war even though he used the threat of violence against Caesar. This strategic gamble misfired as Caesar, instead of yielding, marched on...
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University of North Carolina Press, 2015. — 432 p. In this work, Fred Drogula studies the development of Roman provincial command using the terms and concepts of the Romans themselves as reference points. Beginning in the earliest years of the republic, Drogula argues, provincial command was not a uniform concept fixed in positive law but rather a dynamic set of ideas shaped by...
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Printed in the United Kingdom at the University Press, Cambridge. - 2012. -142 p. Новейшее и максимально краткое введение в историю географии и картографии в античности, написанное ведущими специалистами (глава о картографии принадлежит Каю Бродерзену, все остальные - Даниеле Дуек). What were the limits of knowledge of the physical world in Greek and Roman antiquity? How far...
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Routledge, 2000. — 240 p. Strabo of Amasia offers an intellectual biography of Strabo, a Greek man of letters, set against the political and cultural background of Augustan Rome. It offers the first full-scale interpretation of the man and his life in English. It emphasises the place and importance of Strabo's Geography and of geography itself within these intellectual circles....
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Oxford University Press, 2018. — 336 p. In the eyes of posterity, ancient Rome is deeply flawed. The list of censures is long and varied, from political corruption and the practice of slavery, to religious intolerance and sexual immorality, yet for centuries the Romans' "errors" have not only provoked opprobrium, but also inspired wayward and novel forms of thought and...
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Heffers, 1958. — 145 p. Table of contents : Preface The Slave Market Manumission Legal Relations between Patron and Freedman Social Status of Freedmen Grades of Freedmen Freedmen in Private Life Freedmen in Public Life Imperial Freedmen Imperial Policy Towards Freedmen and their Influence on Society Appendix 1: Date of the Lex Junia Appendix 2: The ius anuli auri Appendix 3: The...
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PublicAffairs, 2017. — 352 p. — ISBN-10 1610397215, ISBN-13 978-1610397216. The creator of the massively popular, award-winning podcast series The History of Rome brings to life the story of the tumultuous years that set the stage for the fall of the Roman Republic. The Roman Republic was one of the most remarkable achievements in the history of civilization. After its founding in...
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Herodotus Press, 2016. — 371 p. THE ROMAN EMPIRE STANDS as the greatest political achievement in the history of Western civilization. From its humble beginnings as a tiny kingdom in central Italy, Rome grew to envelope the entire Mediterranean until it ruled an empire that stretched from the Atlantic to Syria and from the Sahara to Scotland. Its enduring legacy continues to define...
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Cambridge University Press, 2006. — 321 p. This book discusses minting and financial policy in the first three centuries of the Roman Empire. By studying Roman coin-survivals in a wider context, the author uncovers important facts about the origin of coin hoards of the Principate. The resulting analyses use extensive coin material collected for the first time. Dr. Duncan-Jones...
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Cambridge University Press, 2016. — vii + 229 p. How far were appointments in the Roman Empire based on merit? Did experience matter? What difference did social rank make? This innovative study of the Principate examines the career outcomes of senators and knights by social category. Contrasting patterns emerge from a new database of senatorial careers. Although the highest...
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Cambridge University Press, 1990. — 259 p. This book by the author of The Economy of the Roman Empire: Quantitative Studies considers important interlocking themes. Did the Roman Empire have a single 'national' economy, or was its economy localised and fragmented? Can coin and pottery survivals demonstrate the importance of long-distance trade? How fast did essential news travel...
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London: Routledge, 2008. — 409 p. The games comprised gladiatorial fights, staged animal hunts (venationes) and the executions of convicted criminals and prisoners of war. Besides entertaining the crowd, the games delivered a powerful message of Roman power: as a reminder of the wars in which Rome had acquired its empire, the distant regions of its far-flung empire (from where...
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Lanham – Boulder – New York – Toronto – Plymouth (UK): Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc., 2011. – 633 p. ISBN 978-0-7425-6832-7 (cloth: alk. paper) ISBN 978-0-7425-6833-4 (pbk.: alk. paper) ISBN 978-0-7425-6834-1 (electronic) Brief Contents: List of Illustrations Preface Acknowledgments Early Italy Origins of Rome The Young Republic Roman Conquest of Italy Duel...
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Peter Lang Inc., 2018. — 382 p. An audaciously daring narrative, this text presents an overview of the early history of Rome, focusing the reader’s attention to those distinctive and often hidden cultural features that contributed to create a unique ancient Roman mindset and civic outlook. Using an historical format, Thomas L. Dynneson addresses these cultural forces which...
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Cambridge - New York: Cambridge University Press, 2010. – 243 p. ISBN 13: 978-0-511-67663-5 eBook (NetLibrary) ISBN 13: 978-0-521-19419-8 Hardback Illyricum, in the western Balkan peninsula, was a strategically important area of the Roman Empire where the process of Roman imperial ism began early and lasted for several centuries. Dzino here examines Roman political conduct in...
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Cambridge, 1961. — 125 p. Gaius Sallustius Crispus, usually anglicised as Sallust was a Roman historian, politician, and novus homo from an Italian plebeian family. Sallust was born at Amiternum in the country of the Sabines and was a popularis, an opponent of the old Roman aristocracy, throughout his career, and later a partisan of Julius Caesar. Sallust is the earliest known...
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Blackwell Publishing Limited, 2007. — 224 p. — Second edition ISBN 1405151498 This concise biography tells the extraordinary story of Augustus, Rome 's first monarch. It traces the history of the Roman revolution and Rome 's transformation from a republic to an empire.Werner Eck provides a vivid narrative of Augustus ' rise to power. From the war against the assassins of...
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Монография. — Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, 2008. — xi, 439 p. ISBN: 978-1-405-16072-8. Acknowledgments. List of Maps. Part I Rome in Contact with the Greek East, 230–205 BC. 1 Roman Expansion and the Pressures of Anarchy. 2 Rome and Illyria, ca. 230–217 bc. 3 Rome, the Greek States, and Macedon, 217–205 bc. Part II The Power-Transition Crisis in the Greek. Mediterranean,...
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Cambridge University Press, 1993. — 241 p. This book addresses the question not how immoral the ancient Romans were but why the literature they produced is so preoccupied with immorality. The modern image of immoral Rome derives from ancient accounts which are largely critical rather than celebratory. Far from being empty commonplaces these accusations constituted a powerful...
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Oxon - New York: Routledge, 2008. - 312 p. - (Routledge Monographs in Classical Studies). The conflict between the powerful Roman and Persian empires arising from the extension of Roman power into today’s Middle East is coming into increasingly sharp focus, thanks to the amount of evidence now available. This richly illustrated book examines this evidence to reveal how Rome...
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Franz Steiner, 2008. This volume is the first book since A R Bellinger's The End of the Seleucids from 1949 to comprehensively deal with the history of the late Seleucid dynasty, from the death of Antiochos IV to the establishment of the Roman province Syria by Pompey. German text.
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Leiden - Boston: Brill, 2009. – 269 p. – (Mnemosyne Supplements. History and Archaeology of Classical Antiquity. Vol. 304). ISBN 978-90-04-17098-8 (hardback: alk. paper) The Roman world was fundamentally a face-to-face culture, where it was expected that communication and negotiations would be done in person. This can be seen in Rome’s contacts with other cities, states, and...
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Oxford University Press, 2002. — 349 p. The rise and fall of city patrons in the Greek East is linked to the fundamental changes that took place during the fall of the Republic and the transition to the Principate. This discursive treatment of the origins, nature, and decline of this type of patronage, and its place in Roman practice as a whole, is supplemented by a reference...
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Oxford University Press, 2017. — 208 p. At age 65, Nerva assumed the role of emperor of Rome; just sixteen months later, his reign ended with his death. Nerva's short reign robbed his regime of the opportunity for the emperor's imperial image to be defined in building or monumental art, leaving seemingly little for the art historian or archaeologist to consider. In view of this...
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Oxford University Press, 2017. — 208 p. At age 65, Nerva assumed the role of emperor of Rome; just sixteen months later, his reign ended with his death. Nerva's short reign robbed his regime of the opportunity for the emperor's imperial image to be defined in building or monumental art, leaving seemingly little for the art historian or archaeologist to consider. In view of this...
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Havertown, PA : Casemate Publishing, 2019. — (Casemate Short History Series). — 160 p., 30 b&w photos and diagrams. A Concise biography of Julius Caesar as a military commander. Julius Caesar has been the inspiration to countless military commanders over the last two millennia. Born into an aristocratic family, his early military campaigns, part of his progression along the cursus...
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London: B.T. Batsford Ltd, 1996. — ix, 150 p. : ill., maps. With its succinct analysis of the overriding issues and detailed case-studies based on the latest archaeological research, this social and economic study of Roman Imperial frontiers is essential reading. Too often the frontier has been represented as a simple linear boundary. The reality, argues Dr. Elton, was rather a...
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Santa Barbara: Greenwood, 2014. - 321p. Artifacts from Ancient Rome is a unique social history that explores major aspects of daily life in a long-ago era via images of physical objects and historical information about these items. Specifically intended for high school and junior college students, the work also affords "hands-on training" on how to approach primary sources....
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Pen and Sword, 2016. — 196 p. Gladiators and Beast hunts is a comprehensive survey of arena sports in ancient Rome, focusing upon gladiatorial combat and the beast-hunts (venationes). Whilst numerous books have already been written on arena spectacles in ancient Rome, they generally neglect the venationes, despite the fact that the beast-hunts, in which men were pitted in mortal...
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Routledge Kegan and Paul, 1987. — 183 p. The Roman Republic was governed by a group of men who agreed far more than they disagreed on the fundamental questions facing the state. The detail of their public behaviour' can only be under tood through consider a Lion of the personal motives so deeply embedded in Roman society. One of the most importantly such motives is that of...
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Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013. — 646 p. — (Cambridge Companions to the Ancient World) — ISBN 978-0-521-72078-6 The Cambridge Companion to Ancient Rome offers thirty-one original essays by leading historians, classicists and archaeologist on the largest metropolis of the Roman Empire. While the Colosseum, imperial palaces and Pantheon are famous features of the...
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Routledge, 2018. — 380 p. The Routledge Handbook of Diet and Nutrition in the Roman World presents a comprehensive overview of the sources, issues and methodologies involved in the study of the Roman diet. The focus of the book is on the Mediterranean heartland from the second century BC to the third and fourth centuries AD. Life is impossible without food, but what people eat is...
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Westpost: Greenwood Press, 2004. — 222 p. In the 250 years between 250 and 500 C.E., Rome found itself transformed from a mighty global empire into a limited collection of Germanic kingdoms. The aspiration exhibited in these kingdoms (as well as in Constantinople and later in the person of Charlemagne) to recreate and reclaim the glory of the Roman Empire persists to this day, and...
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Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, 2006. – 351 p. – (Studies in the History of Greece and Rome). ISBN-13: 978-0-8078-3038-3 (cloth: alk. paper) ISBN-10: 0-8078-3038-0 (cloth: alk. paper) The division of the late Roman Empire into two theoretically cooperating parts by the brothers Valentinian and Valens in 364 deeply influenced many aspects of government in...
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Edinburgh University Press, 2010. — 208 p. Debates and documents on Ancient History is a series of a short books on central topic in Greek and Roman history. The works in the series are written by expert academics and provide up-to-day and accessible accounts of the historical issues and problems raised by each topic. They also contain the important evidence on which the...
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Cambridge – New York: Cambridge University Press, 2012. – 306 p. – (Greek Culture in the Roman World). ISBN 978-1-107-02638-4 This book examines the role of social networks in the formation of identity among sophists, philosophers, and Christians in the early Roman Empire. Membership in each category was established and evaluated socially as well as discursively. From clashes...
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Routledge, 2008. — 171 p. Rome in the Pyrenees is a unique treatment in English of the archaeological and historical evidence for an important Roman town in Gaul, Lugdunum in the French Pyrenees, and for its surrounding people the Convenae. The book opens with the creation of the Convenae by Pompey the Great in the first century B.C. and runs down to the great Frankish siege in...
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Routledge, 2005. — 213 p. Why did Roman Britain collapse? What sort of society succeeded it? How did the Anglo-Saxons take over? And how far is the traditional view of a massacre of the native population a product of biased historical sources? This text explores what Britain was like in the 4th-century AD and looks at how this can be understood when placed in the wider context of...
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Pretoria: University of South Africa Press, 1995. — 281 p. Увлекательно написанная подробная биография знаменитого римского полководца и государственного деятеля Гая Мария (с.157-86 до н.э.). Автор исследует начало военной и политической карьеры своего героя, начиная со 141 года до н.э. В монографии интересно изложены успешные боевые кампании Мария против вторжений германских...
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Pen and Sword, 2012. — 192 p. While conquering Greece and Macedonia the Romans defeated an intervention by the Seleucid Empire, the most powerful of the Hellenistic states founded by Alexander the Great's successors. Soon Roman armies crossed to Asia for the first time to carry the war to the Seleucids. Here they faced one of the most sophisticated armies of the ancient world,...
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Random House, 2006. — 416 p. He found Rome made of clay and left it made of marble. As Rome’s first emperor, Augustus transformed the unruly Republic into the greatest empire the world had ever seen. His consolidation and expansion of Roman power two thousand years ago laid the foundations, for all of Western history to follow. Yet, despite Augustus’s accomplishments, very few...
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Random House Publishing Group, 2011. — 384 p. He squared off against Caesar and was friends with young Brutus. He advised the legendary Pompey on his botched transition from military hero to politician. He lambasted Mark Antony and was master of the smear campaign, as feared for his wit as he was for his ruthless disputations. Brilliant, voluble, cranky, a genius of political...
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Random House, 2010. — 448 p. Born in A.D. 76, Hadrian lived through and ruled during a tempestuous era, a time when the Colosseum was opened to the public and Pompeii was buried under a mountain of lava and ash. Acclaimed author Anthony Everitt vividly recounts Hadrian’s thrilling life, in which the emperor brings a century of disorder and costly warfare to a peaceful conclusion...
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Head of Zeus, 2014. — 343 p. SPQR: Senatus Populusque Romanus. A moreishly entertaining and richly informative miscellany of facts about Rome and the Roman world. Do you know to what use the Romans put the excrement of the kingfisher? Or why a dinner party invitation from the emperor Domitian was such a terrifying prospect? Or why Roman women smelt so odd? The answers to these...
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Random House, 2012. — 512 р. — ISBN 978-1400066636. From Anthony Everitt, the bestselling author of acclaimed biographies of Cicero, Augustus, and Hadrian, comes a riveting, magisterial account of Rome and its remarkable ascent from an obscure agrarian backwater to the greatest empire the world has ever known. Emerging as a market town from a cluster of hill villages in the eighth...
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Routledge, 1993. — 383 p. Youth in ancient Rome was an exciting and turbulent phase of life. For the Romans youth was a clearly defined period between childhood and adulthood and it was of crucial importance. However, little critical attention has been paid to this subject. In this book Emiel Eyben treats Roman antiquity from 200 BC to AD 500, and attempts to provide a survey of...
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Milano, 1906. 552 pagine. Ili questo volume, e in quello che già si stampa e sarà pubblicato tra breve, è scritta la storia dell'età di Cesare, dalla morte di Siila alla battaglia di Filippi: dell'età io cui la politica conquistatrice di Roma prevalse definitivamente e r Italia, convertito il Mediterraneo in lago suo, intraprese la grande missione storica di mediatrice tra...
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Pen and Sword Military, 2014. — 240 p. With the death of Nero by his own shaky hand, the ill-sorted, ill-starred Iulio-Claudian dynasty came to an ignominious end, and Rome was up for the taking. This was 9 June, AD 68. The following year, commonly known as the ‘Year of the Four Emperors’, was probably one of Rome’s worst. Nero's death threw up a critical question for the Empire....
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Osprey Publishing Ltd., 2012. — 64 p. — (Leadership-Strategy-Conflict). Pompey, or Pompey the Great, was one of the best military leaders of the late Roman Republic. His campaigns against the Marians, his battles in Hispania and his defeat of the Mediterranean pirates launched him to political stardom where he became an ally of Julius Caesar and a member of the First Triumvirate....
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Pen and Sword, 2010. — 208 p. The third in the Roman Conquests series will briefly cover Rome's first forays into the dark continent during the First and Second Punic Wars, then cover in detail her vindictive final conquest and destruction of Carthage in the Third Punic War. The subsequent long wars against the slippery Numidian prince, Jugurtha, which tested the Roman military...
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Casemate, 2010. — 256 p. The war between Caesar and Pompey was one of the defining moments in Roman history. The clash between these great generals gripped the attention of their contemporaries and it has fascinated historians ever since. These powerful men were among the dominant personalities of their age, and their struggle for supremacy divided Rome. In this original and...
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Franz Steiner, 2006. Der russisch-israelische Papyrologe und Althistoriker I. F. Fikhman zählt zu den bedeutendsten Forschern des 20. Jhs. auf dem Gebiet der Wirtschafts- und Sozialgeschichte des römischen und vor allem byzantinischen Ägypten. Der Schwerpunkt seiner Arbeiten liegt auf der Stadt Oxyrhynchos, der besonders reiches Material zu dieser Epoche zu verdanken ist, sowie...
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Princeton University Press, 2009. — 221 p. From the Renaissance to today, the idea that the Roman Republic lasted more than 450 years--persisting unbroken from the late sixth century to the mid-first century BC--has profoundly shaped how Roman history is understood, how the ultimate failure of Roman republicanism is explained, and how republicanism itself is defined. In Roman...
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University of North Carolina Press, 2006. — xxiv + 400 p. Elite Romans periodically chose to limit or destroy the memory of a leading citizen who was deemed an unworthy member of the community. Sanctions against memory could lead to the removal or mutilation of portraits and public inscriptions. Harriet Flower provides the first chronological overview of the development of this...
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2 edition — Cambridge University Press, 2014. — 518 p. "The Cambridge Companion to the Roman Republic" examines all aspects of Roman history and civilization from 509 to 49 BC. The key development of the republican period was Rome's rise from a small city to a wealthy metropolis, which served as the international capital of an extensive Mediterranean empire. These centuries...
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Franz Steiner Verlag, 1996. Aristoteles hat das Geschlechterverhältnis unter biologischer, philosophischer und politisch-ethischer Perspektive analysiert. Seine Sicht, die durch die positive Wuerdigung der Differenz der Geschlechter und ihre gegenseitige Ergänzung bestimmt ist, setzt die Autorin von der Anschauung Platons ab: Sein Plädoyer fuer Gleichheit ist politisch motiviert...
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Berkeley ; Los Angeles ; London: University of California Press, 2005. — 421 p. — ISBN 0–520–22651–8. This book narrates the early history of Rome, one of the most successful imperial powers of world history. Although the story told here ends with the subjugation of Italy and thus does not treat the great wars of overseas conquest, during Rome’s advancement from a small town on...
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Kessinger Publishing, 2004. — 147 p. A fascinating look at all aspects of life in Ancient Rome in the 1st Century BC, from the geography of Rome itself, to the government and the role of religion in the city, to the class system, to holidays and public amusements.
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Batoche Books Limited, 2004. — 262 p. Preface Agriculture in Early Latium The Early Trade of Latium and Etruria The Rise of the Peasantry New Lands For Old Roman Coinage The Establishment of the Plantation Industry and Commerce The Gracchan Revolution The New Provincial Policy Financial Interests in Politics Public Finances The Plebs Urbana Industry Industry (continued) Capital...
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Batoche Books, 2003. — 194 p. Preface The People of Rome and Latium Rome Dominates Latium Rome Creates a Confederation Rome Dominates Central Italy The Foreign Policy of the Young Democracy and its Consequences Rome as an Imperial Democracy The Federation Put to the Test Sentimental Politics The Consequences of Sentimental Politics Reaction Toward Practical Politics Protectorate...
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Pen and Sword Military, 2018. — 240 p. Gaius Caligula reigned for four short years from 37 to 41 CE before his infamous tenure came to a violent end. While much has been written about Caligula’s notorious excesses and court life, relatively little of his military and foreign policy has been seriously studied. This is a military history of Rome during Caligula’s reign. Caligula had...
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British İnstitute of Ankara, 2012. List of Numbered Milestones. Conspectus of Designated Roads and Numbered Milestones (with Maps 5.1.1-2). Epigraphic Conventions. Texts. In Asiam. In Pontum et Bithyniam. Per Cappadociam in Pontum et Bithyniam. In Cappadociam. Galatia. De Lycia et Pamphylia in Galatiam. In Ciliciam, Isauriam et Lycaoniam. Per Pontum et Bithyniam, Galatiam,...
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Franz Steiner Verlag, 1996. Zum ersten Mal seit 100 Jahren befa t sich wieder eine Monographie auf deutsch mit diesem mittlerweile durch die Verbreitung nichtehelicher Lebensgemeinschaften hochaktuellen Thema. Sie untersucht den Konkubinat im r mischen Reich in Italien und den nordwestlichen Provinzen. Dabei wird der Frage nach Bedeutung, Umfang, Motiven und Realit t des...
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New York: Cambridge University Press, 2010. – 403 p. ISBN-13 978-0-511-74247-7 eBook (Dawsonera) ISBN-13 978-0-521-51694-5 Hardback Hannibal invaded Italy with the hope of raising widespread rebellions among Rome’s subordinate allies. Yet even after crushing the Roman army at Cannae, he was only partially successful. Why did some communities decide to side with Carthage and...
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Cambridge University Press, 2014. — xx+411 p. This book focuses on urbanization and state formation in middle Tyrrhenian Italy during the first millennium BC by analyzing settlement organization and territorial patterns in Rome and Latium vetus from the Bronze Age to the Archaic Era. In contrast with the traditional diffusionist view, which holds that the idea of the city was...
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University of California Press, 1976. — 282 p. Table of Contents: Preface The Origins of the Professional Army at Rome The Roman Professional Army from Marius to Augustus The Origins of the Social War and Roman Politics after 89 BC M. Livius Drusus and Sulla's Reforms The Equestrian Class and Sulla's Senate The lex Plotia agraria Review of Toynbee, Hannibal's Legacy Review of...
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Rebis, 2010. — 392 p. Scypion Afrykanski Starszy - pogromca Hannibala - paradoksalnie pozostaje w jego cieniu na kartach historii. Pochodzacy z zasluzonego dla republiki rodu Korneliuszów zwyciezca spod Zamy, wódz, który nie zaznal smaku kleski, który zrewolucjonizowal rzymska taktyke militarna, który wreszcie rozszerzyl panowanie Rzymu na Hiszpanie i Afryke - pozostaje dzis...
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3e édition. — Paris: Ancienne librairie Poussielgue, J. De Gigord, 1910. — 480 p. Origines de Rome, la conquête romaine, l'empire, les barbares, les arabes, l'empire byzantin jusqu'au Xe siècle.
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Cambridge University Press, 2005. — 444 p. The age of Augustus, commonly dated to 30 BC – AD 14, was a pivotal period in world history. A time of tremendous change in Rome, Italy, and throughout the Mediterranean world, many developments were underway when Augustus took charge and a recurring theme is the role that he played in shaping their direction. The Cambridge Companion to...
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Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1969. — XXVI, 278 p., plates (Princeton Monographs in Art and Archaeology 40). Исследование легенды об Энее, ее возникновения и развития.
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Routledge, 1993. — 253 p. Jane Gardner's analysis of Roman social and gender law is specifically geared toward an audience of Roman historians. Along with legal texts and literary sources, Gardner makes use of epigraphic material, including recent finds from Popleii which reveal the legal system in action in the commercial life of Puteoli. Gardner further notes the obvious...
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University of North Carolina Press, 2017. — xiv + 289 p. — (Studies in the History of Greece and Rome). In recent years, a long-established view of the Roman Empire during its great age of expansion has been called into question by scholars who contend that this model has made Rome appear too much like a modern state. This is especially true in terms of understanding how the Roman...
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University of California Press, 2015. — 328 p. During the Principate (roughly 27 BCE to 235 CE), when the empire reached its maximum extent, Roman society and culture were radically transformed. But how was the vast territory of the empire controlled? Did the demands of central government stimulate economic growth or endanger survival? What forces of cohesion operated to...
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Routledge, 2014. — 862 p. — (Routledge Revivals). The first two centuries of the Christian era were largely a period of consolidation for the Roman Empire. However, the history of the heyday of Roman imperium is far from dull, for Augustus’ successors ranged from capable administrators - Tiberius, Claudius and Hadrian - to near-madmen like Caligula and the amateur gladiator...
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Bellona, 2007. — 185 p. — (Historyczne Bitwy). The Battle of Adrianople (9 August 378), sometimes known as the Battle of Hadrianopolis, was fought between an Eastern Roman army led by the Eastern Roman Emperor Valens and Gothic rebels (largely Thervings as well as Greutungs, non-Gothic Alans, and various local rebels) led by Fritigern. The battle took place in the vicinity of...
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Bellona, 2005. — 189 p. — (Historyczne Bitwy). The Battle of the Catalaunian Plains (or Fields), also called the Battle of the Campus Mauriacus, Battle of Châlons, Battle of Troyes or the Battle of Maurica, took place on June 20, 451 AD, between a coalition led by the Roman general Flavius Aetius and the Visigothic king Theodoric I against the Huns and their vassals commanded by...
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Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1969. — 164 p. This book contains two different but nicely complementary works by Gelzer, "The Nobility of the Roman Republic" and "The Nobility of the Principate". The first was originally written in 1912, the second in 1915, both of them in German. This English translation dates back to 1969. Gelzer is important, and this work is often quoted, because it...
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Oxford University Press, 2005. — 378 p. This volume contains a series of articles that examine the Roman family in Italy and the empire using a wide range of evidence and considering a number of critical issues. Its focus on regional differences in family structure, forms of marriage, and kinship patterns make it the first publication to include targeted study of the family in the...
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Amsterdam: Verlag Adolf M. Hakkert, 1980. — 359 s. Nouvelles donnees sur le debut de l'histoire d'Oescus. L'aspect ethnique et linquistique dans la region entre le Danube et les Balkans a l'epoque romaine (I - III s.). Zwei neugefundene Militardiplome aus Nordbulgarien. Der Thrakische Stamm der Maden. Ethnographisch-historische Untersuchung. Zur Identitat des Imperators Decius mit...
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Routledge, 2019. — 168 p. Sallust’s Histories and Triumviral Historiography explores the historiographical innovations of the first century Roman historian Sallust, focusing on the fragmentary Histories , an account of the turbulent years after the death of the dictator Sulla. The Histories were written during the violent transition from republic to empire, when Rome's political...
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Franz Steiner Verlag, 2005. Der Feldherr und Politiker Nikias hat vierzehn Jahre lang die Kriegsführung und Politik im Peloponnesischen Krieg zwischen Athen und Sparta sowie deren jeweiligen Verbündeten mitbestimmt. Keinen anderen wählten die Athener in diesem Krieg so häufig zum Strategen. Dennoch ist das Nikiasbild in der heutigen Forschung überwiegend negativ. Grund dafür ist...
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Madrid: Atlanza Universidad, 1996. — 304 p. Prologo a la tercera edicion. Prologo a la primera edicion. La sociedad romana primitiva. La sociedad romana desde el inicio de la expansion hasta la segunda guerra punica. El cambio de estructura en el siglo II a C. La crisis de la Republica y la sociedad romana. El orden social en epoca del Principado. La crisis del Imperio Romano y el...
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Brill Academic Pub, 2012. — 180 p. — (History and Archaeology of Classical Antiquity 349) This collection of essays considers the challenging questions around the formation, establishment and continuation of the Julio-Claudian principate from the coming to power of Augustus. Augustus laid down the ground rules for a princeps, and the essays explore the subsequent transition of...
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New York: Cambridge University Press, 2003. – 365 p. ISBN-13 978-0-511-07322-9 eBook (EBL) ISBN-10 0-511-07322-4 eBook (EBL) ISBN-13 978-0-521-81349-5 hardback ISBN-10 0-521-81349-2 hardback Warfare and dislocation are obvious features of the break-up of the late Roman West, but this crucial period of change was characterised also by communication and diplomacy. The great...
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Routledge, 2005. — 93 p. — (Essential Histories). Julius Caesar was one of the most ambitious and successful politicians of the late Roman Republic and his short but bloody conquest of the Celtic tribes led to the establishment of the Roman province of Gaul (modern France). Caesar's commentaries on his Gallic Wars (58-50 BC) provide us with the most detailed surviving eye-witness...
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Bonechi, 1989. — 168 págs. (цветные иллюстрации) Вашему вниманию предлагается богато иллюстрированное издание "Помпеи. Искусство и история" в котором представлено 170 цветных иллюстраций, 20 видов реконструкций города, каким он был 2000 лет назад. Pompeya (Pompeii en latín) fue una ciudad de la Antigua Roma ubicada junto con Herculano y otros lugares más pequeños en la...
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University of Pennsylvania Press, 2006. — x + 372 p. — (The Middle Ages Series). The Migration Age is still envisioned as an onrush of expansionary "Germans" pouring unwanted into the Roman Empire and subjecting it to pressures so great that its western parts collapsed under the weight. Further developing the themes set forth in his classic Barbarians and Romans , Walter Goffart...
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Yale, 2014. — 624 p. The dramatic story of Rome’s first emperor, who plunged into Rome’s violent power struggles at the age of nineteen, proceeded to destroy all rivals, and more than anyone else created the Roman Empire Caesar Augustus’ story, one of the most riveting in Western history, is filled with drama and contradiction, risky gambles and unexpected success. Thrusting...
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Yale University Press, 2010. — 560 p. In AD 200, the Roman Empire seemed unassailable, its vast territory accounting for most of the known world. By the end of the fifth century, Roman rule had vanished in western Europe and much of northern Africa, and only a shrunken Eastern Empire remained. In his account of the fall of the Roman Empire, prizewinning author Adrian...
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Yale University Press, 2010. — 480 p. From the prize winning author of Caesar and How Rome Fell, a major new account of the charged love affair between Antony and Cleopatra, richly informed by military and political history. A masterfully told—and deeply human—story of love, politics, and ambition, Adrian Goldsworthy’s Antony and Cleopatra delivers a compelling reassessment of a...
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Routledge, 2003. — 85 p. Adrian Goldsworthy, a leading classicist, gives a good short introduction to the Roman Civil War of 49-44 BC. Admittedly all of the surviving sources are prejudiced against Pompey the Great and for Julius Caesar as Goldsworthy himself admits (for in the ancient the victors really did write the history), but still Goldsworthy's attitude to Caesar borders...
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Cassell, 2002. — 192 p. On August 2, 216 BC, in the Italian town of Cannae, Hannibal won his greatest victory. In one of the bloodiest battles ever, his outnumbered mercenaries massacred the greater part of Rome's large army. For the Romans, Cannae became the yardstick against which all other defeats were measured; for generals centuries after, it became a perfectly executed model...
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2nd Edition — Basic Books, 2019. — 256 p. August 2, 216 BC was one of history's bloodiest single days of fighting. On a narrow plain near the Southern Italian town of Cannae, despite outnumbering their opponents almost two to one, a massive Roman army was crushed by the heterogeneous forces of Hannibal, the Carthaginian general who had spectacularly crossed the Alps into Italy two...
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2nd Edition — Basic Books, 2019. — 256 p. August 2, 216 BC was one of history's bloodiest single days of fighting. On a narrow plain near the Southern Italian town of Cannae, despite outnumbering their opponents almost two to one, a massive Roman army was crushed by the heterogeneous forces of Hannibal, the Carthaginian general who had spectacularly crossed the Alps into Italy two...
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Phoenix, 2004. — 416 p. Adrian Goldsworthy has received wide acclaim for his exceptional writing on the Roman Empire—including high praise from the acclaimed military historian and author John Keegan— and here he offers a new perspective on the Empire by focusing on its greatest generals, including Scipio Africanus, Marius, Pompey, Caesar, and Titus. Each chapter paints a...
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Yale University Press, 2016. — 528 p. A groundbreaking and comprehensive history of the Roman Peace from one of the leading historians of the ancient world Best-selling author Adrian Goldsworthy turns his attention to the Pax Romana, the famous peace and prosperity brought by the Roman Empire at its height in the first and second centuries AD. Yet the Romans were conquerors,...
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Cassell & Co., 2000. — 224 p. The Romans built perhaps the greatest empire of all time, forged with an unequaled skill in warfare. Accompany these unparalleled troops from the conquest of Italy thru to world conquest. Watch as defeated armies became allies & future Roman soldiers. Consider the irony of extreme brutality & repression leading to peace & prosperity. All the...
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Cassell, 2007. — 412 p. The struggle between Rome and Carthage in the Punic Wars was arguably the greatest and most desperate conflict of antiquity. The forces involved and the casualties suffered by both sides were far greater than in any wars fought before the modern era, while the eventual outcome had far-reaching consequences for the history of the Western World, namely the...
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Cassell, 2007. — 412 p. The struggle between Rome and Carthage in the Punic Wars was arguably the greatest and most desperate conflict of antiquity. The forces involved and the casualties suffered by both sides were far greater than in any wars fought before the modern era, while the eventual outcome had far-reaching consequences for the history of the Western World, namely the...
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Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 2009. — 531 p. The Fall of the Roman Empire has been a best-selling subject since the 18th century. Since then over 200 discrete reasons have been advanced for the collapse of the western half of the Roman empire. Until very recently, the academic view downplayed the death and destruction, to spin a positive story of the 'world of late antiquity'. Barbarian...
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London - New York: Routledge, 1997. – 405 p. – (Routledge History of the Ancient World). ISBN 0-203-40861-6 Master e-book ISBN ISBN 0-203-71685-X (Adobe eReader Format) ISBN 0-415-04969-5 (hbk) 0-415-04970-9 (pbk) Examining the Roman world from an unusual and illuminating angle, this volume explores the central period of the Roman empire from Julius Caesar to Marcus...
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Princeton University Press, 2019. — 200 p. The Jewish War is Josephus's superbly evocative account of the Jewish revolt against Rome, which was crushed in 70 CE with the siege of Jerusalem and the destruction of the Temple. Martin Goodman describes the life of this book, from its composition in Greek for a Roman readership to the myriad ways it touched the lives of Jews and...
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Clarendon Press, 1994. — 194 p. This book tackles a central problem of Jewish and comparative religious history: proselytization and the origins of mission in the Early Church. Why did some individuals in the first four centuries of the Christian era believe it desirable to persuade as many outsiders as possible to join their religious group, while others did not? In this book,...
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Vintage, 2007. — 640 p. A magisterial history of the titanic struggle between the Roman and Jewish worlds that led to the destruction of Jerusalem. Martin Goodman—equally renowned in Jewish and in Roman studies—examines this conflict, its causes, and its consequences with unprecedented authority and thoroughness. He delineates the incompatibility between the cultural, political,...
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2nd edition. — Routledge, 2013. — 436 p. The Roman World 44 BC – AD 180 deals with the transformation of the Mediterranean regions, northern Europe and the Near East by the military autocrats who ruled Rome during this period. The book traces the impact of imperial politics on life in the city of Rome itself and in the rest of the empire, arguing that, despite long periods of...
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2nd edition. — Routledge, 2013. — 436 p. The Roman World 44 BC – AD 180 deals with the transformation of the Mediterranean regions, northern Europe and the Near East by the military autocrats who ruled Rome during this period. The book traces the impact of imperial politics on life in the city of Rome itself and in the rest of the empire, arguing that, despite long periods of...
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Oxon (UK) - New York (USA): Routledge, 2007. – 329 p. ISBN 10: 0–415–33865–4 (hbk) ISBN 10: 0–203–44625–9 (ebk) ISBN 13: 978–0–415–33865–3 (hbk) ISBN 13: 978–0–203–44625–6 (ebk) Why did Roman cities develop an urban periphery? How was that space used, and how was it understood by contemporaries? «The Roman City and its Periphery» explores the issue of periurban development...
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Cambridge University Press, 2018. — xvi + 418 p. The bimillennium of Augustus' death on 19 August 2014 commemorated not only the end of his life but also the beginning of a two-thousand-year reception history. This volume addresses the range and breadth of that history. Beginning with the Emperor's death and continuing through Late Antiquity, Early Christianity, the Middle Ages,...
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Revised edition. — Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1961. — 248 p. — ISBN-10: 0472061119; ISBN-13: 978-0472061112 This book describes the tragic and bloody collapse of Roman civilization in the West in the fifth century and the near ruin of the Eastern Roman Empire. The hundred years from the death of Theodosius I to the conquest of Italy by Theodoric the Ostrogoth were...
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Franz Steiner Verlag, 1996. An den Iden des März 44 v. Chr. scheiterte mit der Ermordung Caesars der erste Versuch, in Rom eine dauerhafte Alleinherrschaft zu errichten. Die Begründung des Zweiten Triumvirats im November 43 v. Chr. markiert das definitive Ende der römischen Republik. In den dazwischen liegenden eineinhalb Jahren treten alle Phänomene der zeitgenössischen...
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Cambridge University Press, 2005. — 178 p. Despite the fact that the Roman Republic came to an undeniable end in 31 BC with the accession of the emperor Augustus, the memory of the Republic persisted. This book explores how that memory manifested itself, serving as an avenue for dissent as well as imperial propaganda, before gradually fading over the course of the early Empire (AD...
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Routledge, 2002. — 191 p. The imperial succession at Rome was notoriously uncertain, and hereditary succession was preferred. But when the infamous emperor Domitian was assassinated in AD 6, he had no sons and had executed several family members who might have succeeded him; the situation provoked a dangerous crisis. John Grainger's detailed study looks at this period of...
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Pen and Sword, 2013. — 256 p. Egypt was the last of the Macedonian Successor states to be swallowed up by Roman expansion. The Ptolemaic rulers had allied themselves to Rome while their rivals went down fighting. However, Cleopatra's famous love affair with Marc Antony ensured she was on the wrong side of the Roman civil war between him and Octavian (later to become Caesar...
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Routledge, 2017. — 284 p. The study of Syria as a Roman province has been neglected by comparison with equivalent geographical regions such as Italy, Egypt, Greece and even Gaul. It was, however, one of the economic powerhouses of the empire from its annexation until after the empire’s dissolution. As such it clearly deserves some particular consideration, but at the same time it...
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Cambridge University Press, 1946. — 546 p. Between the time of Julius Caesar and the death of Augustus, Aes coinage was struck at many centres in the Empire. This pioneer work by Michael Grant, who has been President and Medallist of the Royal Numismatic Society, and Archer M. Huntington, Medallist of the American Numismatic Society, examines nearly all the known coins of this...
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Macmillan International, 1993. — 267 p. Emperor Constantine I founded Constantinople on the site of Byzantium and converted the Roman Empire to Christianity, yet this first Christian emperor "would hardly be recognized as Christian at all today," asserts renowned classicist Grant in a compelling reassessment. A ruthless despot who strove to be a world-conqueror like Alexander the...
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Gondrom Verlag, 1987. — 397 p. Michael Grant ieses Buch bringt Kurzbiographien der Zwölf Cäsaren: Julius Caesars und der ersten elf römischen Kaiser, die auf ihn folg ten. Es behandelt also den gleichen Zeitabschnit wie Suetons Leben der Cäsaren (De Vita Caesarum). Wenn ich es wage, das Thema des römischen Biographen wieder aufzunehmen, dann nicht in der kühnen Hoffnung, mich als...
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Hachette UK, 2015. — 320 p. The period between the accession of Marcus Aurelius in AD 161 and the death of Constantine the Great in 337 is often seen as little more than a protracted interval between the glories of the ancient world and the genesis of medieval Europe. This book shows a much more creative picture of this time - despite internal strife and wars along vast frontiers,...
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Hachette UK, 2015. — 461 p. This book gives an account of Rome and the lands under its rule between the accession of Marcus Aurelius and the death of Constantine the Great (AD 161-337). My aim has been to combine in a single volume a discussion of the most important political and economic events and the outstanding cultural and religious developments, with some attention to their...
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Routledge, 1999. — 121 p. In Collapse and Recovery of the Roman Empire, Michael Grant asserts that the fact that the Roman empire of the third century AD did not collapse is one of the miracles of history. He argues that at that time the empire seemed ripe for disintegration and expresses amazement that it continued, in the west, for another two hundred years, and in the east, for...
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Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1990. — 256 p. This Fall of the Roman Empire has always been regarded as one of the most significant transformations in the whole of human history. A hundred years before it occurred, Rome was an immense power defended by an invincible army. A hundred years later, the power and the army had vanished. "The Fall of the Roman Empire" succinctly describes the...
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Orion Publishing, 2011. — 400 p. A brilliant survey of the conquests and culture of the Romans from 133 BC to AD 217 — an era of unparalleled power when Rome made its greatest impact on the world. In this fresh, original interpretation of Roman history and culture, a distinguished classical scholar surveys the people and events that shaped the Roman Empire--the greatest structure...
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London - New York: Routledge, 2002. – 406 p. ISBN 0-203-99454-X Master e-book ISBN ISBN 0-415-14687-9 (Print Edition) Late Antiquity was an eventful period on the eastern frontier of the Roman empire. From the failure of the Emperor Julian’s invasion of Persia in 363 AD to the overwhelming victory of the Emperor Heraclius in 628, the Romans and Persians were engaged in almost...
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Cambridge University Press, 2011. — 269 p. This book is the first comprehensive treatment of the 'small politics' of rural communities in the Late Roman world. It places the diverse fates of those communities within a generalized model for exploring rural social systems. Fundamentally, social interactions in rural contexts in the period revolved around the desire of individual...
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London: Routledge, 2000. - 320 p. Nero's personality and crimes have always intrigued historians and writers of fiction. However, his reign also illuminates the nature of the Julio-Claudian Principate. Nero's suicide brought to an end the dynasty Augustus had founded, and placed in jeopardy the political system he had devised. Miriam T. Griffin's authoratitive survey of Nero's...
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Berkeley: University of California Press, 1995. — xxi, 596 p. — ISBN 0-520-20153-1. Available for the first time in paperback, with a new introduction that reviews related scholarship of the past twenty years, Erich Gruen's classic study of the late Republic examines institutions as well as personalities, social tensions as well as politics, the plebs and the army as well as the...
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Oxford University Press, 2012. — 168 p. — (Very Short Introductions). The rise and fall of the Roman Republic occupies a special place in the history of Western civilization. From humble beginnings on the seven hills beside the Tiber, the city of Rome grew to dominate the ancient Mediterranean. Led by her senatorial aristocracy, Republican armies defeated Carthage and the...
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Austin: University of Texas Press, 2003. – 299 p. ISBN 0-292-73464-6 (cl.: alk. paper) Baetica, the present-day region of Andalusia in southern Spain, was the wealthiest province of the Roman Empire. Its society was dynamic and marked by upward social and economic mobility, as the imperial peace allowed the emergence of a substantial middle social and economic stratum. Indeed,...
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London: Routledge, 2004. 402 p. The geographical setting. The economic base of the city. Berytus as colonia and civitas . The built environment of Berytus. Provincial organization in the Roman and Late Antique eras. Paganism and cultural identity. Christianity as change in religious identity. A city of lawyers, professors, and students. Artisans, occupational identity,...
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Princeton University Press, 1984. — xx + 422 p. Judith Hallett illuminates a paradox of elite Roman society of the classical period: its members extolled female domesticity and imposed numerous formal constraints on women's public activity, but many women in Rome's leading families wielded substantial political and social influence.
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Cambridge University Press, 2008. — 264 p. The Acta Alexandrinorum are a fascinating collection of texts, dealing with relations between the Alexandrians and the Roman emperors in the first century AD. This was a turbulent time in the life of the capital city of the new province of Egypt, not least because of tensions between the Greek and Jewish sections of the population. Dr...
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Routledge, 2002. — 193 p. Throughout history, every culture has had its own ideas on what growing up and growing old means, with variations between chronological, biological and social ageing, and with different emphases on the critical stages and transitions from birth to death. This volume is the first to highlight the role of age in determining behaviour, and expectations of...
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Cambridge - New York: Cambridge University Press, 2011. – 628 p. ISBN 978-0-521-19861-5 Hardback Capitalizing on the rich historical record of late antiquity, andemploying sophisticated methodologies from social and economic history, this book re-interprets the end of Roman slavery. Kyle Harper challenges traditional interpretations of a transition from antiquity to the middle...
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Pen and Sword, 2016. — 288 p. The war of 337-363 (which the author dubs the ‘Nisibis War’), was an exception to the traditional Roman reliance on a strategic offensive to bring about a decisive battle. Instead, the Emperor Constantius II adopted a defensive strategy and conducted a mobile defense based upon small frontier (limitanei) forces defending fortified cities, supported by...
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Edinburgh University Press, 2012. — 365 p. This book is about the reinvention of the Roman Empire during the eighty years between the accession of Diocletian and the death of Julian. How had it changed? The emperors were still warriors and expected to take the field. Rome was still the capital, at least symbolically. There was still a Roman senate, though with new rules brought in...
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Cambridge University Press, 2016. Pp. xxi + 357. The Roman Empire was one of the largest and most enduring in world history. In his new book, distinguished historian William V. Harris sets out to explain, within an eclectic theoretical framework, the waxing and eventual waning of Roman imperial power, together with the Roman community's internal power structures (political power,...
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Oxford University Press, 1979. — 308 p. Between 327 and 70 B.C. the Romans expanded their empire throughout the Mediterranean world. This highly original study looks at Roman attitudes and behavior that lay behind their quest for power. How did Romans respond to warfare, year after year? How important were the material gains of military success--land, slaves, and other...
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Hackett Publishing, 2016. — 296 p. "One really must admire Harvey’s achievement in this sourcebook. With just 350 passages (more than half of them consisting of Latin inscriptions, from all over Rome’s empire), Harvey manages to give his readers a real sense of Roman private values and behaviors. His translations of the original texts are superb - both accurate and elegant. And he...
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Franz Steiner, 2000. — 263 S. In dieser interdisziplinären Studie wird mit Hilfe des charismatischen Herrschaftsmodells von Max Weber eine Analyse der späten römischen Republik vom älteren Scipio bis zu Caesar vorgenommen. Dazu wird das von Weber bereitgestellte und innerhalb der Soziologie, Psychologie und Geschichtswissenschaft weiterentwickelte Instrumentarium der...
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Cambridge University Press, 2016. — xii + 307 p. This book offers the first comprehensive study of economic conditions and economic life in Roman cities during the late Republic and early Empire. By employing a sophisticated methodology based upon comparative evidence and contemporary economic theory, the author develops interlocking arguments about the relationship between four...
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University of California Press, 2003. — 231 p. A theoretically sophisticated and illuminating reading of Tacitus, especially the Histories, this work points to a new understanding of the logic of Roman rule during the early Empire. Tacitus, in Holly Haynes’ analysis, does not write about the reality of imperial politics and culture but about the imaginary picture that imperial...
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Oxford; New York [et al.]: Oxford University Press, 2006. — 576 p. — ISBN 978-0-19-532541-6 (pbk.). The death of the Roman Empire is one of the perennial mysteries of world history. Now, in this groundbreaking book, Peter Heather proposes a stunning new solution: Centuries of imperialism turned the neighbors Rome called barbarians into an enemy capable of dismantling an Empire...
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Liverpool University Press, 2001. — 320 p. Around the year 350, a young orator and philosopher called Themistius delivered a speech to the Emperor Constantius II in Ancyra (modern Ankara). Themistius found great favour with the Emperor, who catapulted him into the Constantinople Senate in 355. He was similarly favoured by subsequent emperors - Jovian (363-64), Valens (364-78) and...
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Routledge, 2017. — 256 p. With "The Emperor and the Army in the Later Roman Empire, AD 235–395" Mark Hebblewhite offers the first study solely dedicated to examining the nature of the relationship between the emperor and his army in the politically and militarily volatile later Roman Empire. Bringing together a wide range of available literary, epigraphic and numismatic evidence...
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Austin: University of Texas Press, 2010. — 366 p. — ISBN-10: 029271873X; ISBN-13: 978-0292718739 The ruling elite in ancient Rome sought to eradicate even the memory of their deceased opponents through a process now known as damnatio memoriae. These formal and traditional practices included removing the person's name and image from public monuments and inscriptions, making it...
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Franz Steiner, 2006. Anlässlich des 65. Geburtstages von Heinz Heinen bietet der Band eine repräsentative Auswahl seiner Kleinen Schriften, die das Spektrum seiner Forschungen veranschaulichen. Neben grundlegenden Beiträgen zum griechisch-römischen Ägypten und zur Geschichte des Schwarzmeerraumes finden sich auch wichtige Arbeiten zum Christentum, zur Spätantike und zur...
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Brill Academic Pub, 2011. — 391 p. — (Impact of Empire 13). This volume presents the proceedings of the ninth workshop of the international network ‘Impact of Empire’, which concentrates on the history of the Roman Empire and brings together ancient historians, archaeologists, classicists and specialists on Roman law from some thirty European, North American and Australian...
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Leiden – Boston: Brill, 2007. – 465 p. – (Impact of Empire. Vol. 7). ISSN 1572-0500 ISBN 978 90 04 16050 7 This volume presents the proceedings of the seventh workshop of the international thematic network Impact of Empire, which concentrates on the history of the Roman Empire. It focuses on the impact that crises had on the development and functioning of the Roman Empire...
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Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press Ltd, 2008. – 209 p. – (Debates and Documents in Ancient History). ISBN 978 0 7486 2303 7 (hardback) ISBN 978 0 7486 2304 4 (paperback) This was a time of civil war, anarchy, intrigue, and assassination. Between 193 and 284 the Roman Empire knew more than twenty-five emperors, and an equal number of usurpers. All of them had some measure...
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Leiden – Boston: Brill, 2013. – 431 p. – (Mnemosyne Supplements. History and Archaeology of Classical Antiquity. Vol. 360). Contents: Preface Illustrations and Charts List of Abbreviations List of Contributors Emily Hemelrijk and Greg Woolf. Introduction Civic Roles Francesca Cenerini. The Role of Women as Municipal Matres Alison Cooley. Women beyond Rome:...
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Franz Steiner Verlag, 1999. "à eine ganz hervorragende Arbeit. [à] Henning kommt zu ueberzeugenden Ergebnissen. Seine differenzierende Betrachtungsweise, die minutiösen Untersuchungen zur Machtbasis der römischen Kaiser, seine gelungenen Analysen zu den Eliten des Reiches haben den Rezensenten ueber weite Strecken begeistert." Zeitschrift der Savigny-Stiftung In der Mitte des 5....
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New York: Charles Scribner, 1854. — 511 p. Классическая замечательная книга американского историка 19-го века подробно и интересно описывает биографии и боевые кампании самых лучших и успешных полководцев времен Римской Республики (III-I веков до н.э.) : Публия Сципиона Африканского, Тита Фламиния, Луция Эмилия Павла, Гая Мария, Луция Корнелия Суллы и Гая Юлия Цезаря.
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The University of Alberta Press, 1982. — 280 p. Gustav Hermansen provides a basis for constructive debate on the social and economic life of the Roman ancient city of Ostia. Ostia unveils ancient social history, architecture, city planning, and community life, and is complete with extensive floor plans, photographs, and line drawings.
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Oxford University Press, 2010. — 507 p. — ISBN 978–0–19–921643–7. The idea for this Handbook was born during my conversations with Yaron Eliav and Zeev Weiss during the last five years, when we considered the creation of a new version of Samuel Krauss' multi‐volume Talmudische Archäologie. Such a new version remains a task of gargantuan proportions that will perhaps be...
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Routledge, 2000. — 241 p. This landmark book shows how much Victorian and Edwardian Roman archaeologists were influenced by their own experience of empire in their interpretation of archaeological evidence. This distortion of the facts became accepted truth and its legacy is still felt in archaeology today. While tracing the development of these ideas, the author also gives the...
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Oxford - New York: Oxford University Press, 2010. – 566 p. – (Oxford Classical Monographs). ISBN 978–0–19–957287–8 The control over marble and metal resources was of major importance to the Roman Empire. The emperor’s freedmen and slaves, officers and soldiers of the Roman army, equestrian officials, as well as convicts and free labour were seconded to mines and quarries...
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Oxford University Press, 2017. — 316 p. Res Publica and the Roman Republic' explores the political crisis at the end of the Roman Republic through the changing perceptions of the political sphere itself, the res publica. Partisan clashes over the political sphere, thus conceived, formed an important part of this crisis, though have received relatively little attention to date,...
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Doubleday, 2015. — 512 p. Author and historian Tom Holland returns to his roots in Roman history and the audience he cultivated with Rubicon—his masterful, witty, brilliantly researched popular history of the fall of the Roman republic—with Dynasty, a luridly fascinating history of the reign of the first five Roman emperors. Dynasty continues Rubicon's story, opening where that...
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Hachette Digital, 2015. — 389 p. The Roman Republic was the most remarkable state in history. What began as a small community of peasants camped among marshes and hills ended up ruling the known world. Rubicon paints a vivid portrait of the Republic at the climax of its greatness - the same greatness which would herald the catastrophe of its fall. It is a story of incomparable...
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Leiden: Brill, 2007. — 190 p. Like coinage, bullion, financial instruments and a variety of commodities played an important role in Rome's monetary system. This book examines how the availability of such assets affected the demand for coinage and the development of the late Republican economy.
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Brill Academic Publishers, 2014. — 410 p. In Josephus, the Emperors, and the City of Rome William den Hollander places under the microscope the Judaean historian's own account of the latter part of his life, following his first encounters with the Romans. Episodes of Josephus' life, such as his embassy to Rome prior to the outbreak of the 1st Judaean Revolt, his prophetic...
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Wiley-Blackwel, 2018. — 800 p. A Companion to the City of Rome provides an authoritative and up-to-date overview of current research on the development of the city of Rome from its legendary foundations as a settlement on the banks of the Tiber up until circa 600 AD. Featuring original contributions from a wide range of scholars at the forefront of new developments in their...
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Oxford University Press, 2012. — 315 p. Shopping in Ancient Rome provides the first comprehensive account of the retail network of this ancient city, an area of commerce that has been largely neglected in previous studies. Given the remarkable concentration of consumers in ancient Rome, the vast majority of which were entirely reliant on the market for survival, a functioning...
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Yale University Press, 2004. — 208 p. Constantine the Great (285-337) played a crucial role in mediating between the pagan, imperial past of the city of Rome, which he conquered in 312, and its future as a Christian capital. In this learned and highly readable book, Ross Holloway examines Constantine's remarkable building programme in Rome. Holloway begins by examining the...
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Cambridge University Press, 2017. — xx + 620 p. — (Cambridge Classical Studies.) Keith Hopkins was a sociologist and Professor of Ancient History at Cambridge from 1985 to 2001. He is widely recognised as one of the most radical, innovative and influential Roman historians of his generation. This volume presents fourteen of Hopkins' essays on an impressive range of subjects:...
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Profile Books, 2011. — 224 p. The Colosseum was Imperial Rome's monument to warfare. Like a cathedral of death it towered over the city and invited its citizens, 50,000 at a time, to watch murderous gladiatorial games. It is now visited by two million visitors a year. Award winning classicist, Mary Beard with Keith Hopkins, tell the story of Rome's greatest arena: how it was...
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Cambridge University Press, 1978. — 292 p. The enormous size of the Roman empire and the length of time it endured call for an understanding of the institutions which sustained it. In this book, Keith Hopkins, who is both classicist and sociologist, uses various sociological concepts and methods to gain new insights into how traditional Roman institutions changed as the Romans...
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Oxford University Press, 2005. — 277 p. Coins were the most deliberate of all symbols of public communal identities, yet the Roman historian will look in vain for any good introduction to, or systematic treatment of, the subject. Sixteen leading international scholars have sought to address this need by producing this authoritative collection of essays, which ranges over the...
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Brill, 2012. — 416 p. The Roman empire extended over three continents, and all its lands came to share a common culture, bequeathing a legacy vigorous even today. A Companion to Roman Imperialism , written by a distinguished body of scholars, explores the extraordinary phenomenon of Rome’s rise to empire to reveal the impact which this had on her subject peoples and on the Romans...
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Oxford University Press, 2015. — 360 p. To say the Punic Wars (264-146 BC) were a turning point in world history is a vast understatement. This bloody and protracted conflict pitted two flourishing Mediterranean powers against one another, leaving one an unrivalled giant and the other a literal pile of ash. To later observers, a collision between these civilizations seemed...
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Pen and Sword Military, 2013. — 303 p. The latest of Ian Hughes' Late Roman biographies here tackles the careers of the brother emperors, Valentinian and Valens. Valentian was selected and proclaimed as emperor in AD 364, when the Empire was still reeling from the disastrous defeat and death in battle of Julian the Apostate (363) and the short reign of his murdered successor,...
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Pen and Sword Military, 2015. — 240 p. "Patricians and Emperors" offers concise comparative biographies of the individuals who wielded power in the final decades of the Western Roman Empire, from the assassination of Aetius in 454 to the death of Julius Nepos in 480. The book is divided into four parts. The first sets the background to the period, including brief histories of...
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Pen and Sword, 2010. — 288 p. The period of history in which Stilicho lived was one of the most turbulent in European history. The Western Empire was finally giving way under pressure from external threats, especially from Germanic tribes crossing the Rhine and Danube, as well as from seemingly ever-present internal revolts and rebellions. Ian Hughes explains how a Vandal...
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New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2011. — eISBN: 978-0-307-70058-2. From Robert Hughes, one of the greatest art and cultural critics of our time, comes a sprawling, comprehensive, and deeply personal history of Rome—as city, as empire, and, crucially, as an origin of Western art and civilization, two subjects about which Hughes has spent his life writing and thinking. Starting on a...
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