Conquerors and Slaves
CUP Archive, 1978 - 268 sider
The enormous size of the Roman empire and the length of time it endured call for an understanding of the institutions which sustained it. In this book, Keith Hopkins, who is both classicist and sociologist, uses various sociological concepts and methods to gain new insights into how traditional Roman institutions changed as the Romans acquired their empire. He examines the chain reactions resulting from increased wealth; various aspects of slavery, especially manumission and the cost of freedom; the curious phenomenon of the political power wielded by eunuchs at court; and in the final chapter he discusses the Roman emperor's divinity and the circulation of untrue stories, which were a currency of the political system. Professor Hopkins has developed an exciting approach to social questions in antiquity and his book should be of interest to all students of ancient history and of historical sociology.
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The dynamics of imperial expansion, with a special focus on slaves, eunuchs, and emperor-worship.
The intrusion of slaves
A sketch of the economy
3c Marcus Aurelius Rome Museo Capitolino Imperatori 38 From
The products of war
3d Lucius Verus Turin Museo di Antichita From Wegner Antonine
The formation of large estates
On the probable size of the population
Preliminary analysis of 1237 manumissions recorded and sur
Appendix 1ll 1 Conditions of release in manumissions from Calymna
THE POLITICAL POWER OF EUNUCHS
DIVINE EMPERORS OR THE SYMBOLIC UNITY
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Life and death in the ancient world
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