Über den Autor
Peter Garnsey is Emeritus Professor of the History of Classical Antiquity and a Fellow of Jesus College, University of Cambridge, UK. His publications include Social Status and Legal Privilege in the Roman Empire (1970), Famine and Food Supply in the Graeco-Roman World (1988), Ideas of Slavery from Aristotle to Augustine (1996), Cities, Peasants and Food (1998), Food and Society in Classical Antiquity (1999) and Thinking about Property: From Antiquity to the Age of Revolution (2007). Richard Saller is the Dean of the School of Humanities and Sciences at Stanford University, USA. He is the author of Personal Patronage under the Early Empire (1982) and Patriarchy, Property, and Death in the Roman Family (1994), and co-editor of The Cambridge Economic History of Greco-Roman World (2007).
Preface Abbreviations Map Part I 1. Introducing the Principate 2. A Mediterranean Empire, Addendum 3. Government without Bureaucracy, Addendum 4. Enemies of Rome by M. Goodman, Addendum by M. Goodman Part II 5. An Underdeveloped Economy, Addendum 6. The Land, Addendum 7. Supplying the Roman Empire, Addendum Part III 8. The Social Hierarchy, Addendum 9. Family and Household, Addendum 10. Social Relations, Addendum Part IV 11. Religion, Addendum by R.L. Gordon 12. Culture, Addendum by J. Elsner and G. Woolf Conclusion Bibliography Supplementary bibliography List of Emperors Index
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