The fall of Rome : can it be explained? / edited by Mortimer Chambers.

New York : Holt, Rinehart and Winston, [1963] .

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Subjects Rome (Empire)
Rome -- Histoire -- 284-476 (Bas-Empire)
Rome -- History -- Empire, 284-476.
Series European problem studies (Huntington, N.Y.)
Description 121 pages ; 24 cm.
Copyright Date [1963]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents The historical fact. The decline and fall of the Roman Empire / Edward Gibbon -- The later Roman Empire / J.B. Bury -- The question of population. Manpower shortage and the fall of Rome / Arthur E.R. Boak -- The question of population / Moses I. Finley -- The Roman army and the disintegration of the Roman Empire / Edward T. Salmon -- Race mixture in the Roman Empire / Tenney Frank -- The economic factor. Climatic change and agricultural exhaustion as elements in the fall of Rome / Ellsworth Huntington -- The decay of the ancient world and its economic explanations / M. Rostovtzeff -- The social organization. The oriental despotism / M. Rostovtzeff -- Historian of the classic world : a critique of Rostovtzeff / Meyer Reinhold -- Shrinkage, crisis, and the corporative state / F.W. Walbank -- The survival of the Empire. Some modern explanations / Norman H. Baynes -- The Roman empire : retrospect and prospect / Max Cary -- The Roman legacy / Solomon Katz.
Genre History.
Geographic Area Middle East
Africa, North
Network Numbers (OCoLC)710885
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WorldCat Identities Chambers, Mortimer,
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