The Later Roman Empire, 284-602: A Social Economic and Administrative Survey, Volume 1

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JHU Press, 1986 - History - 1518 pages
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The book presents a narrative account of Roman political, military, and religious history from 284 to 602.
  

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An amazing piece of work that remains essential as a starting point for almost any research into the government and administration of the Later Roman Empire. Jones' style is a little dry, but still ... Read full review

Contents

ROME AND CONSTANTINOPLEthe two capitals 6879
9
THE PRINCIPATEthe Antonines 115 the Seven 1520
15
THE LANDland use 7679 the importance of agriculture
23
NOTES10711416
28
INDUSTRY TRADE AND TRANSPORTconditions
41
APPENDIX IIThe Notitia Diitatum 141950
50
THE HOUSE OF CONSTANTINEwars politics and reli
61
LIST OP COLLECTIONS AND PERIODICALS CITED 14626
76
THE EASTERN EMPIRE FROM MARCIAN TO ANASTA
217
Vffl THE FALL OF THE WESTERN EMPIRE AND
238
INDEX 1477
258
and finance 54165 2946 religion 54265 2968 the balance
298
THE ADMINISTRATIONthe comitates 36673 dioceses
383
FINANCEthe resprivata 41127 the sacrae largitiones 42737
463
JUSTICEthe law 4709 the courts 47984 praescriptio fori
484
SENATORS AND HONORATIthe aristocratic ideal 5234
543

RELIGION AND MORALSpagans 93843 Jews
85
EDUCATION AND CULTURELatin and Greek 98691
91
THE HOUSE OF THEODOSIUSthe sources 1703
182
THE ARMYthe army of the fourth century 60711 joederati
611
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