Roman Peloponnese III. Society, Economy and Culture under the Roman Empire: Continuity and Innovation.

Edited by: Α. D. Rizakis, Cl. E. Lepenioti

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In English.

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SKU: A01.063.0 Categories: ,
Edited by: Α. D. Rizakis, Cl. E. Lepenioti
Year: 2010
Pages: 450
ISBN: 978-960-7905-54-3

Book Description

This volume, which is the third one in a series of volumes published in 2001 and 2004 (MEΛETHMATA 31 and 36 respectively), brings together synthetic studies on various aspects of the political, economic and social life of the Peloponnesian cities under the Roman rule. These original contributions fill a considerable gap in the history of this important period and shed new light on both the relationship of the Greek cities with the central authority, as well as the mode of their progressive integration in the Imperial system. This regional approach shows the wide range of choices that the Romans possessed regarding their relations with other cities and their ability to adapt their policy to local conditions. Rome thus created a friendly environment of mutual interaction and cultural exchange with its tributaries.

Weight 1929 g
Dimensions 21 × 30 cm

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