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  1. Crossing Continents

    Crossing Continents: Between India and the Aegean, from Prehistory to Alexander the Great [Paperback]

    Robert Arnott (Author)

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    ISBN: 9781789255546
    Published by : Oxbow Books
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    The first contacts between Greece, the Aegean and India are generally thought to have occurred at the beginning of the sixth century BC. There is now, however, growing evidence of much earlier but indirect connections, reaching back into prehistor... .... Learn More
  2. Empire and Communities

    Empire and Communities: A Utopia or a Hope Against the Decline of Europe [Paperback]

    Francesco Di Marino (Author); Ted Toadvine (Editor)

    £10.99

    ISBN: 9788869772825
    Published by : Mimesis International
    The reduction of the shares of internal sovereignty, the emergence of transnational or international authorities, the overcoming financial systems’ power, underline the inadequacy of governments based on the obsolete dimension of “nation”. Hence ... .... Learn More
  3. Ovid in Exile

    Ovid in Exile [Paperback]

    Adrian Radulescu (Author)

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    ISBN: 9781592110209
    Published by : Vita Histria
    The Roman poet Ovid (43 B.C.-A.D. 17) was a rock star of the newly-founded empire ruled by Caesar Augustus. A sensitive, artistic soul, his verse, focused on the art of love, attracted the Roman youth of his day and made him a celebrity in th... .... Learn More
  4. Augustus and the Destruction of History

    Augustus and the Destruction of History: The politics of the past in early imperial Rome [Hardback]

    Ingo Gildenhard (Editor); Ulrich Gotter (Editor); Wolfgang Havener (Editor); Louise Hodgson (Editor)

    £60.00

    ISBN: 9780956838162
    Published by : Cambridge Philological Society
    Series: Proceedings of the Cambridge Philological Society Supplementary Volume
    Volume: 41
    Augustus and the Destruction of History explores the intense controversies over the meaning and profile of the past that accompanied the violent transformation of the Roman Republic into the Augustan principate. The ten case studies collected here... .... Learn More
  5. Tell Me Who You Are

    Tell Me Who You Are: Labeling Status in the Graeco-Roman World [Paperback]

    Maria Nowak (Editor); Adam ?ajtar (Editor); Jakub Urbanik (Editor)

    £21.95

    ISBN: 5550210059
    Published by : Journal of Juristic Papyrology
    This volume is a contribution to the discussion regarding identities and identification in history, specifically in the ancient world. The following twelve articles focus on various issues surrounding personal identification from the classical per... .... Learn More
  6. Ovid in Exile

    Ovid in Exile [Hardback]

    Adrian Radulescu (Author)

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    ISBN: 9781592110193
    Published by : Vita Histria
    The Roman poet Ovid (43 B.C.-A.D. 17) was a rock star of the newly-founded empire ruled by Caesar Augustus. A sensitive, artistic soul, his verse, focused on the art of love, attracted the Roman youth of his day and made him a celebrity in th... .... Learn More
  7. Insularity and Identity in the Roman Mediterranean

    Insularity and Identity in the Roman Mediterranean [Paperback]

    Anna Kouremenos (Editor)

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    ISBN: 9781785705809
    Published by : Oxbow Books
    Insularity – the state or condition of being an island – has played a key role in shaping the identities of populations inhabiting islands of the Mediterranean. As entities surrounded by water and usually possessing different landscapes and ecosys... .... Learn More
  8. Roman Political Thought

    Roman Political Thought [Hardback]

    Jed W. Atkins (Author)

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    ISBN: 9781107107007
    Published by : Cambridge University Press
    Series: Key Themes in Ancient History
    What can the Romans teach us about politics? This thematic introduction to Roman political thought shows how the Roman world developed political ideas of lasting significance, from the consequential constitutional notions of the separation of powe... .... Learn More
  9. Rome, Blood and Politics: Reform, Murder and Popular Politics in the Late Republic

    Rome, Blood and Politics: Reform, Murder and Popular Politics in the Late Republic [Hardback]

    Gareth C. Sampson (Author)

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    ISBN: 9781473887329
    Published by : Pen & Sword
    The last century of the Roman Republic saw the consensus of the ruling elite shattered by a series of high-profile politicians who proposed political or social reform programmes, many of which culminated in acts of bloodshed on the streets of Rome... .... Learn More
  10. Emulating Alexander: How Alexander the Great's Legacy Fuelled Rome's Wars with Persia

    Emulating Alexander: How Alexander the Great's Legacy Fuelled Rome's Wars with Persia [Hardback]

    Glenn Barnett (Author)

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    ISBN: 9781526703002
    Published by : Pen & Sword Books Ltd
    This book gives an account of the Roman relationship with Persia and how it was shaped by the actions of Alexander the Great long before the events. Numerous Roman emperors led armies eastward against the Persians, seeking to emulate or exceed the... .... Learn More

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