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Rome beyond the imperial frontiers
Sir Robert Eric Mortimer Wheeler
|Statement||by Sir Mortimer Wheeler.|
|LC Classifications||HF377 .W44 1971|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 192 p.|
|Number of Pages||192|
|LC Control Number||70139155|
Rome, Pontus, Thrace and the Military Disintegration of the World Beyond the Hellenistic East Estranging the Familiar—Rome’s Ambivalent Approach to Britain Rome and Persia in the Middle of the Third Century AD (–). Many of Rome's frontier defenses have been the subject of detailed and ongoing study and scholarship. Three At its height, the Roman Empire was the greatest empire yet seen, its borders stretching from the rain-swept highlands of Scotland in the north to the sun-scorched Nubian desert in the south/5(1).
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 . Surprisingly, Wheeler’s exciting Rome Beyond the Imperial Frontiers (London ) is nowhere mentioned. The present volume comprises seven short papers, the .
Breeze, D J () “The Frontiers of Imperial Rome”, Pen & Sword Books, Barnsley, Hb, xxi, p., rrp £25, ISBN reviewed by Dr Philip Rance. Lee "The Frontiers of Imperial Rome" por David J. Breeze disponible en Rakuten Kobo. At its height, the Roman Empire was the greatest empire yet seen, its borders stretching from the rain-swept highlands o.
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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. Beyond the Imperial Frontier explores these zones to discover the different ways Māori and Pākehā ‘fronted’ one another across the nineteenth century.
Beginning with a pre era marked by significant cooperation, Vincent O’Malley details the emergence of a more competitive and conflicted post-Treaty world. Rome beyond the imperial frontiers. [Mortimer Wheeler] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library.
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London: Penguin Books, "The entire work broadens our understanding of the Roman Empire as a fluid system in constant contact with the worlds and systems beyond its frontiers. This is an important endeavor at a time when trends in scholarship on Rome are focusing increasingly on the reciprocal nature of relationships between Rome and the territories within its sphere.
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 Rome. Book 6. And it will not be amiss to set out the entire route from Egypt, now that reliable information of it is available for the.
The Evolving Understanding of Rome’s Frontiers. Prof. Breeze is the chairman of the International Congress of Roman Frontier Studies, and the author of several works on the subject, including The Antonine Wall. As he points out in his introduction, the study of Rome’s very extensive frontiers and borderlands has grown in recent decades, but some unanswered.
Page 4 - Roman frontier. often find accounts of the Roman frontier curiously lacking. There is little attention paid to the fundamental questions of clearing the land, developing its resources, and the special character developed by societies who settle the frontier.
Rome and the Worlds Beyond Its Frontiers examines interactions between those within and those beyond the boundaries of Rome, with an eye to the question of contested identities and identity formations. Parthian period Persian political Pontic Postumus production provinces regions Res Gestae RGDA Roman emperor Roman Empire Roman imperial.
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.
At its height, the Roman Empire was the greatest empire yet seen, its borders stretching from the rain-swept highlands of Scotland in the north to the sun-scorched Nubian desert in the south. But how were the vast and varied stretches of frontier defined.
This volume is essential reading for frontier aficionados. Current World Archaeology, issue The author prepared the bid for World Heritage Site status for the Antonine Wall and is the leading archaeologist in the study of the frontier zones of Imperial : £. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.
Rome beyond the imperial frontiers in SearchWorks catalog Skip to search Skip to main content.Rome and the worlds beyond its frontiers Daniëlle Slootjes, Michael Peachin This volume offers an expansive approach to interactions between Romans and those beyond the borders of Rome.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.