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Rome beyond the imperial frontiers.
Wheeler, Mortimer Sir
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Rome and Its Frontiers book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Do the Romans have anything to teach us about the way that th 4/5(2). The borders of the Roman Empire, which fluctuated throughout the empire's history, were realised as a combination of military roads and linked forts, natural frontiers (most notably the Rhine and Danube rivers) and man-made fortifications which separated the lands of the empire from the countries beyond.
Rome and the Worlds Beyond Its Frontiers. Impact of Empire, 21 analysis of the lasting impact that Augustus’ relationship with Parthia had on the continuing construction of imperial identity, but ultimately encompasses too great a scope chronologically (the first five centuries of the Principate) and geographically to tackle the main. Roman military borders and fortifications were part of a grand strategy of territorial defense in the Roman Empire, although this is a matter of the early 2nd century, the Roman Empire had reached the peak of its territorial expansion and rather than constantly expanding their borders as earlier in the Empire and Republic, the Romans solidified their position by fortifying their.
Beyond the River, under the Eye of Rome Ethnographic Landscapes, Imperial Frontiers, and the Shaping of a Danubian Borderland by Timothy Campbell Hart A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (Greek and Roman History) in the University of Michigan Doctoral Committee. This wide-ranging survey will describe the varying frontier systems, describing the extant remains, methods and materials of construction and highlighting the differences between various frontiers. Professor Breeze considers how the frontiers worked, discussing this in relation to the organization and structure of the Roman army, and also their.
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I stumbled upon this book when browsingthe Dutch branch of eBay. It wasn't the title which attracted me, although I do tend to be interested in such things, but the subtitle, which the seller was so kindly to provide, even at the price of less than one euro he wanted for the book: "A new and concise survey of Roman adventuring beyond the political frontiers of the Roman world /5.
Rome Beyond The Imperial Frontiers Paperback – January 1, by Sir Mortimer Wheeler (Author)4/5(1). In that moment the pages of the historians and the geographers leapt to life; the long, acquisitive arm of imperial Rome became an actuality.
Elsewhere in the East, the discovery of Roman things, or their more local simulacra, has outpaced adequate record in recent years.
Rome and the Worlds Beyond Its Frontiers (Impact of Empire) (English, German and Latin Edition) (Latin) Multilingual Edition He has published widely on the history of early imperial Rome, including the edited Oxford Handbook of Roman Social Relations (Oxford, ).
"The Frontiers of Imperial Rome is indispensable for anyone interested in Roman military institutions and policies, and is likely to be the standard work for some time." StrategyPage "While scholarly, Breeze’s style is clear, and will prove valuable reading for anyone with an interest in Roman military history or the growing literature on /5(18).
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wheeler, Robert Eric Mortimer, Sir, Rome beyond the imperial frontiers. London: Penguin Books, Book from the Archaeological Survey of India Central Archaeological Library, New Delhi.
Book Number: Book Title: Rome beyond the imperial frontiers Book Author: Wheeler, Mortimer. ROME BEYOND THE IMPERIAL FRONTIERS R. WHEELER Rome: beyond the Imperial Frontiers.
xii+; 38 plates, 19 figs, map. London: Bell, Cloth, 25J. net. IT could, no doubt, g o without saying that this book is an exciting one to read— exciting both in the range of its material (enough of which is also beautiful.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wheeler, Mortimer, Rome beyond the imperial frontiers. Westport, Conn., Greenwood Press .
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Harmondsworth, Middlesex: Penguin. MLA Citation. Wheeler, Mortimer. Rome beyond the imperial frontiers / by Sir Mortimer Wheeler Penguin Harmondsworth, Middlesex Australian/Harvard Citation. Wheeler, Mortimer. Rome beyond the imperial frontiers / by Sir Mortimer Wheeler Penguin Harmondsworth.
First issued inThe Frontiers of Imperial Rome was and remains a major contribution to the literature on the borderlands. Breeze’s style is clear, and will prove valuable reading for anyone with an interest in Roman military history or the growing literature on frontiers and borderlands.
“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.
Beyond frontiers: Ancient Rome and the Eurasian trade networks. Author links open overlay panel Marco Galli. Show more. Imperial Rome and the trans-Eurasian trade networks. We can consider this finding as one of the rare pieces of evidence of the trade and cultural Eurasian connections beyond the frontiers of by: 1.
He is the author of several books about Roman history, including Hadrian's Wall (Penguin History) (with Brian Dobson, 4th edition, ) and The Antonine Wall (). His book about the frontiers of imperial Rome is based on ancient literary sources, archaeological objects and modern scholarship.
The text is divided into three major s: 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.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 and Romanization.