Aspects of Ancient Institutions and Geography: Studies in Honor of Richard J.A. Talbert

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Lee L. Brice, Daniëlle Slootjes
BRILL, Nov 21, 2014 - History - 380 pages
Aspects of Ancient Institutions and Geography honors Richard J.A. Talbert through a collection of original and useful examinations focused around the core theme of Talbert’s work – how ancient individuals and groups organized their world, through their institutions and geography.
 

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Contents

Reflections on a Career with Institutional and Cartographic History
3
Cumulative Bibliography of Works by Richard JA Talbert
12
Part 2 Roman Institutions
27
The Cursus Honorum
29
A View from the 1930s
48
Chapter 3 Tacitus on Trials
65
Memory Propaganda and the Roman Senate House
84
Restoration of Order After Mutinies and Indiscipline
103
Part 3 Geography and Cartographic History
197
Chapter 10 The Geography of Thucydides
199
Chapter 11 An Anatolian Itinerary 334333 BC
216
Chapter 12 Visualizing Empire in Imperial Rome
235
Chapter 13 The Provinces and Worldview of Velleius Paterculus
260
A Letter in Search of a Posting Address
280
Chapter 15 Using Sundials
298
Chapter 16 The Healing Springs of Latium and Etruria
314

Life in the Ludus
122
Chapter 7 Statuenehrungen als Zeugnis für den Einfluss römischer Amtsträger im Leben einer Provinz
145
A Critical Reappraisal
161
Οn the Meaning of Dioceses and their Borders in the Fourth Century AD
177
Three Phases of Development in Classical Antiquity
333
Geographic Index
347
General Index
349
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