- Author:A. H. M. Jones
- Publisher:Johns Hopkins University Press (June 1, 1986)
- Pages:1546 pages
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Classic study of the late Roman Empire 284-602, volume I. These books are the seminal works on Late Roman history. The complete set is 1546 pages. If 1500 pages sounds a bit of a hurdle, it may help to know that the last 500 of them are just the footnotes and bibliography
These books are the seminal works on Late Roman history. All historiography of the past fifty years has begun here. Much like Gibbon's Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire inspired writers of the 18th and 19th Century, this book inspired the authors who would create the field of Late Antiquity. If 1500 pages sounds a bit of a hurdle, it may help to know that the last 500 of them are just the footnotes and bibliography. This is just the second volume which is a problem since the set is split simply for length. The juncture isn't at a particularly good place.
The Later Roman Empire 284-602, a Social Economic and Administrative Survey, by A. H. M. Jones (Oxford, 1964), in three volumes. Contents: 15. Senators and Honorati; 16. Civil Service; 17. Army; 18. Rome and Constantinople; 19. Cities; 20. The Land; 21. Industry, Trade, Transport; 22. The Church; 23. Religion and Morals; 24. Education and Culture; 25. The Decline of the Empire. Uploaded by Robert Bedrosian. Jones' classic work, which is considered one of the best narrative histories of late Rome and early Byzantium, begins with the reign of the Roman ruler Diocletian (285-305) and ends with that of the Byzantine emperor Maurice (582-602)
The Later Roman Empire 284-602: A Social, Economic and Administrative Survey. 0801832853 (ISBN13: 9780801832857). This book is still the authority on this period though some more modern historians question its conclusions eg that Diocletian actually doubled nos in the army. It's exhaustive and clearly written with the original documents in Latin and Greek he's made his deductions from given in the notes along with any elaboration of a point.
Volume 34, Issue 4. December 1965, pp. 458-459. The Later Roman Empire 284–602: a Social, Economic and Administrative Survey. Norman, Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma Press, 1964. University of Chicago.
The Later Roman Empire, 284-602: A Social Economic and. Common terms and phrases. Bibliographic information. The Later Roman Empire, 284-602: A Social Economic and Administrative Survey, Volume 2 A Johns Hopkins paperback Volume 2 of Later Roman Empire, 284-602 Series The Later Roman Empire, 284-602: A Social Economic and Administrative Survey, Arnold Hugh Martin Jones. Arnold Hugh Martin Jones.
The later roman empire 284-602 a social economic and administrative survey. By a. jones professor of ancient history in the university of cambridge. VOLUME ll. Basil blackwell oxford 1964. Vice cancellariis et magistris et scholaribus universitatum oxoniensis, babyloniensis, londiniensis, cantabrigiensis; custodi sociis scholaribus clericis et choristis collegii b. V. mariae winton.
Items related to Later Roman Empire 284-602: A Social Economic . Both volumes are in very good condition, with some rubbing and fading to spine text. Bibliographic Details. Title: Later Roman Empire 284-602: A Social.
Items related to Later Roman Empire 284-602: A Social Economic and Administra. Bindings are square and tight. Text is clean and bright and appears virtually unread. A lovely set. Secure packaging for safe delivery. Bookseller Inventory 419818951. Ask Seller a Question. Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press.
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Declining Rome Surveyed. Declining Rome Surveyed - JonesA. A Social, Economic and Administrative Survey. Pp. xvi + 1–522; vi + 523–1068; 448; 7 maps in portfolio. Oxford: Blackwell, 1964.
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