Journal of Roman Studies 91, 2001

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Journal of Roman Studies 91, 2001.


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Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies
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Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies and Gregory D. Woolf University of St Andrews, UK
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ARTICLES
Walter Scheidel: Roman Age Structure: Evidence and Models, 1-26
Andrew Meadows and Jonathan Williams: Moneta and the Monumenta: Coinage and Politics in Republican Rome, 27-49
Neville Morley: The Transformation of Italy 225-28 B.C., 50-62
Stefan G. Crissanthos: Caesar and the Mutiny of 47 B.C., 63-75
Matthew Fox: Dionysius, Lucian and the Prejudice against Rhetoric in History, 76-93
Katherine Clarke: An Island Nation: Re-reading Tacitus' Agricola, 94-112
Luke Roman: The Representation of Literary Materiality in Martial's Epigrams, 113-145
Carlos F. Noreña: The Communication of the Emperor's Virtues, 146-168
Peter Temin: A Market Economy in the Early Roman Empire, 169-181

REVIEW ARTICLE
T.P. Wiseman: Reading Carandini, 182-193

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Journal of Roman Studies 91, 2001. in: H-Soz-Kult, 10.02.2003, <www.hsozkult.de/journal/id/zeitschriftenausgaben-836>.
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