The Roman economy; studies in ancient economic and administrative history. Edited by P. A. Brunt.
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Rome -- Economic conditions.
Rome -- Economic policy -- 284-476.
Rome -- Politics and government -- 284-476.
xi, 450 p. 23 cm.
Includes bibliographical references.
The cities of the Roman Empire.--The economic life of the towns of the Roman Empire.--Numismatics and history.--Over-taxation and the decline of the Roman Empire.--The Greeks under the Roman Empire.--Ancient empires and the economy: Rome.--Asian trade in antiquity.--Taxation in antiquity.--Inflation under the Roman Empire.--Census records of the later Roman Empire.--Notes on the genuineness of the Constantinian documents in Eusebius' Life of Constantine.--The date and value of the Verona list.--Capitatio and iugatio.--The Roman colonate.--Were ancient heresies national or social movements in disguise?--The origin and early history of the follis.--Church finance in the 5th and 6th centuries.--The cloth industry under the Roman Empire.--The constitutional position of Odoacer and Theodoric.--Collegiate prefectures.--The caste system in the later Roman Empire.
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