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Provincial At Rome

and Rome and the Balkans 80BC-AD14

by Anthony Birley

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Published by University of Exeter Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • European history: BCE to c 500 CE,
  • Ancient Rome - History,
  • History,
  • History - General History,
  • History: World,
  • Ancient Rome,
  • Ancient - Rome

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages256
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11657756M
    ISBN 100859896323
    ISBN 109780859896320


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It is a brilliantly written study of the enlargement of the Roman elite in the early empire, an analysis, in thirteen chapters, of the Emperor Claudius' enrolment of 'Gallic chieftains' into the Senate in AD Drafted inbut laid aside in favour of 'The Roman Revolution' (), 'The Provincial at Rome' was to have been Ronald Syme's first book.

This volume offers a new insight into the development of a great historian, as well as giving an exciting and immensely readable new approach to late Republican and early Imperial Roman history.

Drafted inbut laid aside in favour of The Roman Revolution (), The Provincial at Rome was to have been Ronald Syme's first book. It is a brilliantly written study of the enlargement of. 1st Edition Published on Decem by Routledge This book demonstrates and analyzes patterns in the response of the Imperial Roman state to local resist Rome and Provincial Resistance - 1st Edition - Gil Gambash - Routledg.

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Haynes's book is the first fully rounded attempt to evoke auxiliaries as people, family men and social actors, not just within the context of Rome's armies but also in the creation of provincial societies. A century on, it is a worthy twenty-first-century volume to place alongside Cheesmanâs classic." -- Simon James, Britannia/5(7).

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Clifford Ando, Professor of Classics, History, and the College at the University of Chicago, is author of Imperial Ideology and Provincial Loyalty in the Roman Empire (UC Press), winner of the Charles J. Goodwin Award of Merit from the American Philological Association, among other books.

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"Provincial Revolts in the Early Roman Empire" published on 01 Jan by : Greg Woolf. Get this from a library. Rome and Provincial Resistance. [Gil Gambash] -- This book demonstrates and analyzes patterns in the response of the Imperial Roman state to local resistance, focusing on decisions made within military and administrative organizations during the.

The auxilia provided more than half the manpower in Rome’s provincial armies. This book demonstrates how, both on the battlefield and off, the Roman state addressed a crucial and enduring challenge, retaining control of the miscellaneous auxiliaries upon whom its very existence depended.

Crucially, this was not simply achieved by pay and punishment, but also by a very particular set of. Characteristics Edit. Provincial coins were issued in silver, billon and bronze denominations, though never gold. The majority were bronze. Silver and billon coins were more common in the Eastern regions of the Empire, particularly Alexandria.

In general, the issuance of silver coinage was controlled by Rome. InNemausus fell to the Visigoths shortly before the fall of Rome itself. Dupondius The Latin word for “weight” is pondus, so the large bronze coin known as a.

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