6 edition of The western frontiers of imperial Rome found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 249-266) and index.
|Statement||Steven K. Drummond, Lynn H. Nelson.|
|Contributions||Nelson, Lynn H. 1931-|
|LC Classifications||DG271 .D78 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 276 p. :|
|Number of Pages||276|
|ISBN 10||1563241501, 156324151X|
|LC Control Number||93003650|
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Imperial policy on the western frontier of the Roman Empire was The western frontiers of imperial Rome book means by which the government controlled the frontier residents. This book takes a topical approach to this study of the frontier: subjects covered include the army, farming, commerce, manufacturing, religion and Romanization.
The western frontiers of imperial Rome. [Steven K Drummond; Lynn H Nelson] Imperial policy on the western frontier of the Roman Empire was the means by which the government controlled the frontier residents. This book takes a topical approach to this study of the frontier.
The Western Frontiers of Imperial Rome Steven K. Drummond, Lynn Harry Nelson No preview available - All Book Search results » Bibliographic information. Title: The Western Frontiers of Imperial Rome: Publisher: M.E. Sharpe, ISBN:Export Citation.
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Imperial Rome describes the period of the Roman Empire from 27 B.C. to A.D. At its height in A.D. Rome controlled all the land from Western Europe to the Middle East.
The first Roman emperor was Augustus Caesar, who came to power after the assassination of Julius Caesar, his us helped restore the city of Rome and secured its frontiers during his reign.
The Frontiers of Imperial Rome is divided into three sections. In the first, “Sources,” Breeze opens with a review ancient writings that refer to the frontiers (not just histories, but geographies, biographies, even poetry)and follows itwith a look at the evidence revealed by archaeology and other sciences.
Chapter 3 The Romans on Frontiers Chapter 4 The Romans on Frontier Installations Chapter 5 Regulations and Treaties Chapter 6 The Building Blocks of Frontiers Part II The Frontiers Chapter 7 The western frontiers of imperial Rome book Barriers Chapter 8 River Frontiers Chapter 9 Desert Frontiers Chapter 10 Mountain Frontiers Chapter 11 Sea Brand: Pen and Sword.
This book is a well researched and comprehensive scholarly study of the frontiers of the Roman Empire. The author uses both the primary references and archaelogical finds to evaluate the frontiers from Britain through Germany, the Danube river, Syria and Turkey and even Africa/5(9).
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“The Frontiers of Imperial Rome” by David Breeze Categories: Book Reviews Breeze, D J () “The Frontiers of Imperial Rome”, Pen & Sword Books, Barnsley, Hb, xxi, p., rrp £25, ISBN reviewed by Dr Philip Rance. The Frontiers of Imperial Rome, David J.
Breeeze (Barnsley, South Yorkshire: Pen and Sword, ). pages, illus. maps, notes, biblio. ISBN: $ The most familiar Hadrian's Wall was atypical of the barriers erected by the Roman Empire to mark the limits of their territory.
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The Frontiers of Imperial Rome David J. Breeze is an Honorary Professor at the universities of Durham, Edinburgh and Newcastle. He is the author of several books about Roman history, including H adrian’s Wall (with B. Dobson, fourth edition, ) and The Antonine Wall ().Author: Torben Retboll.
When the Roman Empire dissolved into Eastern and Western entities, the East became the Byzantine Empire while the West forged a new identity tied to the Latin Church.
The disintegration of the Roman Empire began in earnest during the 3rd Century. As frontiers along the Rhine River began to crumble, barbarians from the Germanic regions began to Author: History Bot. Read this book on Questia. Rome beyond the Imperial Frontiers by Mortimer Wheeler, | Online Research Library: Questia Read the full-text online edition of Rome beyond the Imperial Frontiers ().
Description: Imperial policy on the western frontier of the Roman Empire was the means by which the government controlled the frontier residents.
This book takes a topical approach to this study of the frontier: subjects covered include the army, farming, commerce, manufacturing, religion. The Frontiers of Imperial Rome (ISBN: ; Pen & Sword Military) is divided into three parts: the first discusses the sources for our knowledge — archaeological evidence from surviving structures but also a great body of written material in the form of inscriptions, regulations and : £ The Western Roman Empire was the western half of the Roman Empire, from its division by Diocletian in other half of the Roman Empire became known as the Eastern Roman Empire, later known as the Byzantine Empire.
The whole Roman Empire had been in difficulties since AD when large Gothic tribes began moving into areas under Roman control. The leadership of Rome was weak and Capital: Mediolanum, (–), Ravenna. Annals of Imperial Rome. by Tacitus. THE LITERARY WORK.
A historical narrative set in the Roman Empire from 14 CE to 68 CE; written in Latin c. SYNOPSIS. Tacitus tells the story of the first dynasty of Roman emperors, the Julio-Claudians, from the death of. The period covered in this book ends with the consolidation of the Roman frontiers along the Rhine and Danube.
This book provides a summary of the strengths, limitations and evolving character of the Roman army during the first two centuries AD, as well as those of the forces of Romes enemies across the Rhine and Danube in Germany and.
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The Roman empire is split into the Western and Eastern Roman empires. To navigate the timeline, click and drag it with your mouse, or click on the timeline overview on the bottom. CE: The Roman empire is split into the Western and Eastern Roman empires.
CE: Picts, Scots, Saxons, and Franks. A Companion to the Flavian Age of Imperial Rome provides a systematic and comprehensive examination of the political, economic, social, and cultural nuances of the Flavian Age (69–96 CE).
Includes contributions from over two dozen Classical Studies scholars organized into six thematic sections Illustrates how economic, social, and cultural forces interacted to create a variety of social.
A Companion to the Flavian Age of Imperial Rome provides a systematic and comprehensive examination of the political, economic, social, and cultural nuances of the Flavian Age (69–96 CE). Includes contributions from over two dozen Classical Studies.
In his latest book, Prof. Heather (King’s College London), who has been exploring the period from the end of the Roman Empire in the West through the rise of the European Medieval order in works such as The Fall of the Roman Empire and Empires and Barbarians, examines three unsuccessful efforts to “restore” European unity on the Roman.
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Derek Williams, long a student of the Roman borderlands, was in due course drawn toward a parallel fascination with the Iron Age tribes that that Rome faced across her and Barbarians, his second book, is in many ways a sequel to The Reach of lives in England.
Derek Williams, long a student of the Roman borderlands, was in due course drawn toward a parallel Pages: Narrated by: Allan Robertson Length: 21 hrs and 42 mins Description: The death of the Roman Empire is one of the perennial mysteries of worldin this groundbreaking book, Peter Heather proposes a stunning new solution: Centuries of imperialism turned the neighbors Rome called barbarians into an enemy capable of dismantling an Empire that had dominated their lives for so long/5.
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This article addresses questions relating to the ‘Frontiers of the Roman Empire World Heritage Site’ and seeks to introduce into this initiative some concepts derived from recent writings on contemporary mobilities and bordering, exploring the possibility of creating greater engagement between the two academic fields of ‘border studies’ and ‘Roman Frontier Studies’.Cited by: 4.
Rome and Han: A comparison of empires The Roman Empire is thought to be the primary foundation of Western culture and modes of government.
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Michael Grant, History of Rome, Prentice Hall, ISBN About the Author: Michael Grant () was a historian whose over forty publications on ancient Rome and Greece popularised the classical and early Christian world. The consolidation of Italy into a single entity occurred pdf the Roman expansion in the peninsula, when Rome formed a permanent association with most pdf the local tribes and cities.
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