Transitions to Empire: Essays in Greco-Roman History, 360-146 B.C. in Honor of E. Badian

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E. Badian, Robert W. Wallace, Edward Monroe Harris
University of Oklahoma Press, 1996 - History - 498 pages
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During the period 360-146 B.C., the Greco-Roman world underwent the transition from independent city states and small regional powers to the large and potent empires of the Hellenistic age. The essays in this volume consider various aspects of this central political transformation.

The contributors to the volume are students or close working colleagues of Ernst Badian, perhaps the greatest living authority on the period under discussion. Included in the volume is a complete bibliography of Badian's publications. The broadly based yet coherent theme -- the momentous changes in systems of power and authority in the ancient Mediterranean world -- makes Transitions to Empire an important contribution to Greco-Roman scholarship and a fitting tribute to a scholar whose work has had such a far-reaching influence on the field of ancient history.

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Wallace is Associate Professor of Classics at Northwestern University.

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