Roman Patrons of Greek Cities

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Oxford University Press, 2002 - History - 334 pages
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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 catalogue of Roman patrons of Greek communities.

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Claude Eilers is Associate Professor of Classics at McMaster University, Ontario, Canada

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