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  • History of the Wars by Procopius - The Persian Warby Procopius  of Caesarea

    Copyright Group 2015; US$ 5.99

    Procopius of Caesarea was born in approximately 500. He is generally considered to be the last major historian of the ancient world. His works have given us a unique and intimate account both of the Roman Military and its Emperor Justinian. A native of Caesarea in Palaestina Prima little else is known of his early life, and apart from assuming that... more...

  • History of the Wars by Procopius - The Vandalic Warsby Procopius  of Caesarea

    Copyright Group 2015; US$ 5.99

    Procopius of Caesarea was born in approximately 500. He is generally considered to be the last major historian of the ancient world. His works have given us a unique and intimate account both of the Roman Military and its Emperor Justinian. A native of Caesarea in Palaestina Prima little else is known of his early life, and apart from assuming that... more...

  • The Secret History Of The Court Of Justinianby Procopius  of Caesarea

    Copyright Group 2015; US$ 5.99

    Procopius of Caesarea was born in approximately 500. He is generally considered to be the last major historian of the ancient world. His works have given us a unique and intimate account both of the Roman Military and its Emperor Justinian. A native of Caesarea in Palaestina Prima little else is known of his early life, and apart from assuming that... more...

  • The Roman Republicby Michael Crawford

    HarperCollins Publishers 2015; US$ 14.27

    Between the Sack of Rome by the Gauls in 390 BC and the middle of the second century BC, a part-time army of Roman peasants, under the leadership of the ruling oligarchy, conquered first Italy and then the whole of the Mediterranean. more...

  • A Companion to Roman Italyby Alison E. Cooley

    Wiley 2016; US$ 195.00

    A Companion to Roman Italy investigates the impact of Rome in all its forms—political, cultural, social, and economic—upon Italy’s various regions, as well as the extent to which unification occurred as Rome became the capital of Italy. The collection presents new archaeological data relating to the sites of Roman Italy... more...

  • Imperial Rome AD 193 to 284by Clifford Ando

    Edinburgh University Press Ltd 2012; Not Available

    A pioneering history of this period of crisisThe Roman empire during the period framed by the accession of Septimus Severus in 193 and the rise of Diocletian in 284 has conventionally been regarded as one of crisis. Between 235 and 284, at least eighteen men held the throne of the empire, for an average of less than three years, a reckoning which does... more...

  • Holiness and Powerby Rafal Kosinski

    De Gruyter 2016; US$ 140.00

    The book examines models of relationships between Constantinopolitan holy man and secular and ecclesiastical authorities in the capital of Byzantium. The study explores the ideal underlying the lives of the four Constantinopolitan holy men (Hypatios, Alexander Akoimetos, Daniel the Stylite, Marcellus Akoimetos), which was a reflection... more...

  • Carthageby R. F. Docter; Ridha Boussoffara; Peter Ter Keurs

    Sidestone Press 2015; US$ 17.50

    Carthage is mainly known as the city that was utterly destroyed by the Romans in 146 BC. This book tells the story about this fascinating city, which for centuries was the center of a far-flung trade network in the Mediterranean.Carthage was founded by Phoenician migrants, who settled in the north of what is now Tunisia, probably in the ninth century... more...

  • Rome at Warby Nathan Rosenstein

    The University of North Carolina Press 2005; US$ 29.99

    Historians have long asserted that during and after the Hannibalic War, the Roman Republic's need to conscript men for long-term military service helped bring about the demise of Italy's small farms and that the misery of impoverished citizens then became fuel for the social and political conflagrations of the late republic. Nathan Rosenstein challenges... more...

  • The Archaeology of Sanitation in Roman Italyby Ann Olga Koloski-Ostrow

    The University of North Carolina Press 2015; US$ 29.99

    The Romans developed sophisticated methods for managing hygiene, including aqueducts for moving water from one place to another, sewers for removing used water from baths and runoff from walkways and roads, and public and private latrines. Through the archeological record, graffiti, sanitation-related paintings, and literature, Ann Olga Koloski-Ostrow... more...