Frontiers of the roman empire a social and economic study ancient society and history c r whittaker on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers although the roman empire was one of the longest lasting in history it was never ideologically conceived by its rulers or inhabitants as a territory within fixed limits. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for frontiers of the roman empire a social and economic study ancient society and history at amazoncom read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users. C r whittaker frontiers of the roman empire a social and economic study ancient society and history baltimore and london johns hopkins university press 1994 pp xvi 341 51 illus isbn 0 8018 4677 3 us3300 volume 85 benjamin isaac. To ask other readers questions about frontiers of the roman empire please sign up be the first to ask a question about frontiers of the roman empire the principle argument of frontiers is that the idea of a well defined border between roman civilization and rabid hordes of barbarians is nonsense . Yet the roman armies clearly reached certain points which today we call frontiers where they simply stopped advancing and annexing new territories in frontiers of the roman empire c r whittaker examines the roman frontiers in terms of what they meant to the romans and in their military economic and social function
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