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Books Books 1 - 10 of about 10 related to The Empire of the Tetrarchs: Imperial Pronouncements and Government, AD 284-324.    

The emperor in the Roman world, 31 BC-AD 337

Fergus Millar - History - 1977 - 657 pages
Focusing on the three centuries from Augustus to Constantine, the author analyzes the Roman emperor's functions, the social realities behind his exercise of power, and his ...
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Law and Empire in Late Antiquity

Jill Harries - History - 2001 - 246 pages
The first systematic historical treatment in English of public law in the later Roman Empire.
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The Justice of Constantine: Law, Communication, and Control

John NoŽl Dillon - History - 2012 - 295 pages
An examination of Constantine the Great's legislation and government
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A.H.M. Jones and the Later Roman Empire

David Morton Gwynn - History - 2008 - 281 pages
This volume offers a reassessment of the life and scholarship of A.H.M. Jones and of the impact and legacy of his great work "The Later Roman Empire 284a "602: A Social ...
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Imperial Rome AD 284 to 363: The New Empire

Jill Harries - History - 2012 - 384 pages
This book is about the reinvention of the Roman Empire during the eighty years between the accession of Diocletian and the death of Julian. How had it changed? The emperors ...
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Lives behind the Laws: The World of the Codex Hermogenianus

Serena Connolly - History - 2010 - 296 pages
In this exploration of the administration of law and its role in the lives of ordinary people in the northern provinces of the Roman Empire, Serena Connolly draws upon a rich ...
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Rome, the Greek World, and the East: Government, society, and culture in the ...

Fergus Millar, Hannah Cotton, Guy MacLean Rogers - History - 2004 - 470 pages
This second volume in the three-volume series includes essays by Fergus Millar which explore the role of the emperor and the functions of the Roman Empire's treasury, courts ...
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