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ISBN-10: 9004235930

ISBN-13: 9789004235939

A spouse to Roman Imperialism , written through a exotic physique of students, explores Romes upward thrust to empire, and its big historic impression on her topic peoples and, both momentous, at the Romans themselves, an impression nonetheless felt this day.

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After 272 Samnium and Tarentum could not put up any claim to independence, and Rome was arbiter of all the free and allied states of the peninsula. The hegemon’s good faith and pragmatic ability to export tensions would be the test of the new system. J. Cornell, The Beginnings of Rome (Routledge, 1995); Gary Forsythe, A Critical History of Early Rome (Univ. , vol. 7 Part 2 (Cambridge UP, 1989). T. J. Toynbee Hannibal’s Legacy (Oxford UP, 1965). Excellent and conceptually provocative on non-Roman aspects of the rise of Rome is Arthur M.

Excellent and conceptually provocative on non-Roman aspects of the rise of Rome is Arthur M. Eckstein Mediterranean Anarchy, Interstate War, and the Rise of Rome (Univ. , 2006). For ongoing influence note William V. C. (Oxford UP, 1979) and Kurt A. Raaflaub, ‘Born to be wolves? Origins of Roman imperialism’, in Transitions to Empire, ed. Robert W. Wallace and Edward M. Harris (Univ. , 1996), Chapter 15.  Oakley’s four-volume A Commentary on Livy, Books VI-X (Oxford UP, 1997–2005) has become indispensable for many purposes, not least for recent work on Samnium.

Cornell, The Beginnings of Rome (Routledge, 1995); Gary Forsythe, A Critical History of Early Rome (Univ. , vol. 7 Part 2 (Cambridge UP, 1989). T. J. Toynbee Hannibal’s Legacy (Oxford UP, 1965). Excellent and conceptually provocative on non-Roman aspects of the rise of Rome is Arthur M. Eckstein Mediterranean Anarchy, Interstate War, and the Rise of Rome (Univ. , 2006). For ongoing influence note William V. C. (Oxford UP, 1979) and Kurt A. Raaflaub, ‘Born to be wolves? Origins of Roman imperialism’, in Transitions to Empire, ed.

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