The Making of Late Antiquity
This book explores the significant changes that took place in the classical world between the late second and early fourth centuries. A new elitism in religion had its parallel in society as a whole and a wide polarization of the wealthy and the poor developed, as unbridled ambition made the sharp distinction between the rulers and the ruled. --From publisher's description.
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Review: The Making of Late AntiquityUser Review - Jeni Enjaian - Goodreads
(Copied from my annotated bibliography) This book is a compilation of a series of named lectures, Carl Newell Jackson Lectures given at Harvard in 1976. In these lectures Brown attempts to trace the ... Read full review
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Peter Brown here brings together several essays that trace the changes in Europe from the second century, with its celebrated Emperors like Hadrian and Marcus Aurelius to the Christian Empire of the ... Read full review
Health, Civilization, and the State: A History of Public Health from Ancient ...
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