A Companion to the Roman Empire

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David S. Potter
John Wiley & Sons, Dec 2, 2009 - History - 691 pages
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A Companion to the Roman Empire provides readers with a guide both to Roman imperial history and to the field of Roman studies, taking account of the most recent discoveries.
  • This Companion brings together thirty original essays guiding readers through Roman imperial history and the field of Roman studies
  • Shows that Roman imperial history is a compelling and vibrant subject
  • Includes significant new contributions to various areas of Roman imperial history

  • Covers the social, intellectual, economic and cultural history of the Roman Empire

  • Contains an extensive bibliography

  

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Contents

I
23
II
35
III
45
IV
75
V
98
VI
114
VII
126
VIII
153
XVII
327
XVIII
354
XIX
369
XX
385
XXI
411
XXII
439
XXIII
453
XXIV
477

IX
177
X
193
XI
206
XII
228
XIII
250
XIV
283
XV
298
XVI
312
XXV
492
XXVI
524
XXVII
543
XXVIII
565
XXIX
587
XXX
607
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About the author (2009)

David Potter is Professor of Greek and Latin at the University of Michigan. He has published extensively on the history of the Roman world and appeared on many television programmes concerned with the history of Rome. His most recent publications include Life, Death and Entertainment in the Roman Empire (co-edited with David J. Mattingly, 1999), Literary Texts and the Roman Historian (1999) and The Roman Empire at Bay, AD 180-39 (2004)

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