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Title Rome and the worlds beyond its frontiers / edited by Daniëlle Slootjes and Michael Peachin.

Publication Info. Boston : Brill, [2016]

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Description 1 online resource
text txt rdacontent
computer n rdamedia
online resource nc rdacarrier
Series Impact of Empire Ser.
Impact of Empire Ser.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Rome, Pontus, Thrace and the military disintegration of the world beyond the Hellenistic east / Toni Naco del Hoyo and Isaias Arrayas-Morales -- Estranging the familiar-Rome's ambivalent approach to Britain / Gil Gambash -- Rome and Persia in the middle of the third century AD (230-266) / Lukas de Blois -- The emperor beyond the frontiers: a double-mirror as a 'political discourse' / Stephane Benoist -- Politics, economics, & society -- Turning the inside out : the divergent experiences of Gaul and Africa during the third century ad / Dan Hoyer -- Raiders to traders? Economics of integration among nomadic communities in North Africa / Wim Broekaert and Wouter Vanacker -- Transfer romischer Technik jenseits der Grenzen : Aneignung und Export / Gunther Schorner -- Perceptions from beyond: some observations on non-Roman assessments of the Roman Empire from the great eastern trade routes / Anne Kolb and Michael A. Speidel -- Hospitium : understanding 'ours' and 'theirs' on the Roman frontier / John Nicols -- Material culture and culture -- Palmyrenes in Transtiberim : integration in Rome and links to the eastern frontier / Blair Fowlkes-Childs -- Rival powers, rivals images : Diocletian's palace at Split in light of Sasanian palace design / Anne Hunnell Chen -- The reception of figurative art beyond the frontier: Scandinavian encounters with Roman numismatics / Nancy L. Wicker.
Summary "This volume offers an expansive approach to interactions between Romans and those beyond the borders of Rome. The range of papers included here is wide, both in terms of subject matter and with respect to approach. That said, a number of important themes bind the essays. Who is an insider, and who the outsider? How were these categories of person, or identity, fashioned and/or recognized in antiquity? How shall we recognize them now? What are the categories, or standards, for measuring or determining inside and outside in the Roman world? And then, of course, what are the repercussions when inside and outside come into contact? What happens when the outside is in, or the inside out?"--Provided by publisher.
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Subject Rome -- Foreign relations -- 510-30 B.C.
Rome -- Foreign relations -- 30 B.C.-284 A.D.
Group identity -- Rome -- Provinces.
Rome -- Colonies -- Administration -- History.
Rome -- Relations extérieures -- 510-30 av. J.-C.
Rome -- Relations extérieures -- 30 av. J.-C.-284.
Identité collective -- Rome -- Provinces.
Rome -- Colonies -- Administration -- Histoire.
HISTORY -- Ancient -- Rome.
Diplomatic relations. (OCoLC)fst01907412
Colonies -- Administration. (OCoLC)fst00868457
Roman colonies. (OCoLC)fst01930865
Rome (Empire) (OCoLC)fst01204885
HISTORY / Europe / General
Chronological Term 510 B.C.-284 A.D.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
History. (OCoLC)fst01411628
Added Author Slootjes, Daniëlle, editor.
Peachin, Michael, 1954- editor.
Other Form: Print version: Rome and the worlds beyond its frontiers. Boston : Brill, [2016] 9789004325616 (DLC) 2016036673
ISBN 9789004326750 (E-book)
9004326758 (E-book)
9789004325616 (hardback ; alk. paper)
9004325611 (hardback ; alk. paper)
Standard No. AU@ 000065052640

 
    
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