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Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Salmon, Edward Togo. End of Roman imperialism. [Adelaide?] Australian Humanities Research Council, Examines diverse aspects of Roman imperialism, from the Romans' motivations in acquiring an empire and their ideological justifications for imperial domination, to the complex political, economic, and cultural interactions between the Romans, their allies, and the subjected peoples/5.

This broad-ranging reader on Roman imperialism brings together ancient documents in translation and a selection of the best recent scholarly essays, in order to introduce students to the major problems and controversies in studying this central aspect of Roman history.

This book examines diverse aspects of Roman imperialism, from the Romans' motivations in acquiring an empire and their ideological justifications for imperial domination, to the complex political, economic, and cultural /5(4). Over a millennium after the end of its unrivalled dominance, the spectre of Rome figures highly in western culture.

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This book explores what the empire meant to its subjects. The idea of Rome has long outlived the physical empire that gave it form, and now holds sway over vastly more people and a far greater geographical area than the Romans ever ruled. The Roman Empire: Roots of Imperialism by Neville Morley.

Publisher: Pluto Press Number of pages: Description: A millennium and a half after the end of the period of its unquestioned dominance, Rome remains a significant presence in western culture. This book explores what the empire meant to its subjects.

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In this book Dr Gerrard describes and explains that process of transformation and explores the role of the 'Anglo-Saxons' in this time of change. This profound ideological shift returned Britain to.

or became gradually, critical of Roman imperialism or Roman rule, most in fact agree that he admired Rome as imperial ruler and welcomed her domi-nance over Carthage, the Eastern powers, and even Greece.

Some of the analyses of Polybius’ thought provided by Baronowski later in the book are. “Roman Imperialism between Republic and Empire” Prof.

Carlos Noreña, History, UCB. Summarized by Timothy Doran The period of Rome’s rapid imperial expansion occurred during the Republic ( – 27 BC); ironically, slower expansion marked the period of the Empire (after 27 BC).

Roman Imperialism During the Punic War era, the extent of Roman Imperialism was founded on the basis of making the world as one. Like the American’s Manifest Destiny in the ’s, Rome wanted to unite the world in its civilization, which they believed was the most culture-rich of all the nations.

He concentrates on the impact of Roman rule on the subject and the effect of empire on imperial power, topics that have long been controversial among modern scholars. Views on Roman imperialism have traditionally been informed by contemporary perceptions of international power relations—one reason students engage with the subject so readily.

A millennium and a half after the end of the period of its unquestioned dominance, Rome remains a significant presence in western culture. This book explores what the empire meant to its subjects. The Roman Empire. Book Description: A millennium and a half after the end of the period of its unquestioned dominance, Rome remains a significant presence in western culture.

This book explores what the empire meant to its subjects. Acts of the Apostles and the Rhetoric of Roman Imperialism is a “thoroughly revised” version of Drew Billings’s McGill University dissertation, supervised by Ellen Bradshaw Aitken. Billings argues that the composition of the book of Acts—particularly its characterizations of male protagonists, “the Jews,” and women—reflects certain strategies of self-representation that appeared in imperial monuments during the reign of Trajan (98– CE).

About this Item: John Wiley and Sons Ltd, United Kingdom, Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. This broad-ranging reader on Roman imperialism brings together ancient documents in translation and a selection of the best recent scholarly essays, in order to introduce students to the major problems and controversies in studying this central aspect of Roman history.

The Carthaginians were a formidable enemy and it took the Romans three wars spanning the years to BCE to conquer them. Following the end of the Third Punic War, the Romans turned much of Carthage’s territory in Africa into a Roman province, the first African land under Roman control.

The books in the section Sourcebooks and Readers provide excellent introductions to the subject of Roman imperialism per se, while those in the sections Defining Imperialism, Evaluating Empire, and Theorizing Empire collect together essential readings for answering these basic questions.

This book explores what the empire meant to its subjects. The idea of Rome has long outlived the physical empire that gave it form, and now holds sway over vastly more people and a far greater geographical area than the Romans ever ruled. It continues to shape our understanding of the nature of imperialism and influence the workings of the world.

Roman Imperialism Paul J. Burton BRILL pages $ Ancient History DG62 Within the current scholarly debate about Roman imperialism, Burton investigates the nature and processes by which Rome was able to acquire and maintain such a.

In this book, Louise Revell examines questions of Roman imperialism and Roman ethnic identity and explores Roman imperialism as a lived experience based around the paradox of similarity and difference.

Her case studies of public architecture in several urban settings provides an understanding of the ways in which urbanism, the emperor and Reviews: 3. This book traces the beginnings and the first years of the Roman presence in Spain, showing how what began as a purely military commitment developed in addition into a range of civilian activities including taxation, jurisdiction and the founding of both Roman and native settlements.

The author uses literary sources, the results of recent and earlier archaeology, numismatics, and. Apostle Opposed Rome’s Empire with God’s Kingdom, emphasizes Jew, Rome, and r you start or end with the Roman Empire, the Roman Empire is always there.

But there is now a further reason for studying the textual and archaeological history of the Roman Empire. Study of Roman imperialism has profited from much scholarly activity in the last 30 years, but the breadth of work can easily overwhelm or elude the non-specialist reader. This book provides a useful survey of current scholarship on a number of vital issues connected with Roman imperialism.

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Public users can however freely search the site and view the abstracts and keywords for each book and chapter. Roman imperialism by Tenney Frank,Macmillan edition, in English Share this book.

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Roman Imperialism and Provincial Art book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Although Roman provincial art is often portrayed as a 4/5(1).

Polybius and Roman Imperialism explores in depth the complexity of the Greek historian Polybius'views on the expansion of Roman power. Although he considered imperialism intrinsically noble, and both admired and supported Roman domination, Polybius also evinced detachment from the ruling power.

This detachment came in different forms: personal, cultural, patriotic and cultural.

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In general, he. David J. Mattingly is professor of Roman archaeology at the University of Leicester and a fellow of the British Academy. His many books include An Imperial Possession: Britain in the Roman Empire, Tripolitania, Farming the Desert, Archaeology and Desertification, and The Cambridge Dictionary of Classical Civilization.

"Imperialism, Power, and Identity is an ambitious attempt to map the. Dawn Summers and the Rise of Roman Imperialism. By Dave Turner. Crankie Manor, Cornwall, It was now mid-spring, the flowers and trees were in bloom and even the weather was improving; some days you could go out without fear of being blown off the moor.

This profound ideological shift returned Britain to a series of 'small worlds', the existence of which had been hidden by the globalizing structures of Roman imperialism. Highly illustrated, the book includes two appendices, which detail Roman cemetery sites and .Read the full-text online edition of Roman Imperialism ().

Home» Browse» Books» Book details, Roman Imperialism Roman Imperialism.The book is divided into two halves.

Part I treats some of the main issues in modern debates about Roman imperialism, while Part II offers a selection of the most important source material allowing readers to enter these debates themselves. Key features: central issues in modern debates about Roman imperialism are identified and discussed.