Studies in Roman Law
David B. Hollander
Like coinage, bullion, financial instruments and a variety of commodities played an important role in Rome's monetary system. This book examines how the availability of such assets affected the demand for coinage and the development of the late Republican economy.
Edited by Katharina Volk and Gareth D. Williams
This volume contains ten essays on Seneca the Younger. Approaching the Roman writer from various angles, the authors endeavor both to illuminate individual aspects of Seneca’s enormous output and to discern common themes among the different genres practiced by him.
Edited by W.V. Harris
This collection of essays by contemporary historians considers how after two centuries of scholarship we can best explain Christianity’s rise to dominance.
Edited by W.V. Harris and Giovanni Ruffini
This volume approaches the history of the great city of Alexandria from a variety of directions: its demography, the interaction between Greek and Egyptian and between Jews and Greeks, the nature of its civil institutions and social relations, and its religious, and intellectual history.
Edited by Clemente Marconi
This volume, which represents the Proceedings of an international conference sponsered by the Center for the Ancient Mediterranean at Columbia University, deals with Greek painted vases, and explores them from various methodological points of view.
Sara Elise Phang
Roman soldiers were forbidden to marry during service; many formed de facto families. This book analyzes the evidence for this ban; the social and legal history of the soldiers' families; and the marriage ban as policy and as cultural formation.
Jonathan P. Roth
This work is devoted to a study fo Roman logistics from the Punic Wars through the Principate. It explores various aspects of supply: rations, trains, foraging, supply lines; administration and logistics in warfare. The book traces the increasing sophistication of the Roman military supply system.
Richard A. Billows
This book on Macedonian imperialism in the 4th-2nd centuries BCE looks at the nature and origin of that imperialism, and for the first time examines closely the personnel of imperial control to see what the empire meant to them.
Peter F. Dorcey
One of the few studies that deals with Roman domestic religion as practised by the lower classes. The author collects and analyzes the enormous epigraphic and archaeological evidence for Silvanus, The Roman god of agriculture and forests, challenging the widely-held view that private cult was ...
In-depth case studies of individual statuary types form the core of this analysis of sculptural copying in antiquity. By examining the popular genre of the copy, the book illuminates broad questions of Roman sculptural production and the methodological limitations of traditional approaches to ...
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