Roman Imperial Themes
Clarendon Press, 1990 - History - 551 pages
The Roman empire, unlike the British, evoked no national resistance except from the Jews. This collection of essays by eminent historian P.A. Brunt critically examines various aspects of Roman history, from Roman aspirations to world dominion to Rome's success in winning the loyalty and acquiescence of its subjects. Two previously unpublished essays, as well as addenda and corrigenda, bring the collection completely up to date.
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