On The Edge Of Empires Explores The Mixed Culture Of North Mesopotamia In The Roman Period This Volatile Region At The Eastern Edge Of The Roman World Became During The Imperial Period The Theater Of Confrontation For Multiple Political Entities Rome, Parthia, Sasanian Persia Roman Presence Is Only Recognizable Through Military Installations Forts, Barracks, Military Camps Yet These Fascinating Lands Tell A Story Of Frontier People And Soldiers, Of Trade Despite War, And Daily Life Between The Empires This Volume Combines Archaeological And Historical, Literary And Environmental Evidence In Order To Explore This Important Borderland Between East And WestOn The Edge Of Empires Is A Valuable Addition To Researchers Engaged In The Historical And Archaeological Reconstruction Of The Frontier Areas Of The Roman Empire, And A Fascinating Study For Students And Scholars Of The Romans And Their Neighbours, Borderlands In Antiquity, And The History And Archaeology Of Empires
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- 344 pages
- On the Edge of the Empires (2nd - 4th C. Ce)
- Rocco Palermo
- 05 May 2018 Rocco Palermo