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by Mary T. Boatwright

Author: Mary T. Boatwright
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Princeton University Press; 1st ed. edition (November 21, 1987)
Pages: 340 pages
Category: Other
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Mary Taliaferro Boatwright is professor of classical studies at Duke University. She is a specialist in Roman history. 1 Early life The Shapes of City Life in Rome and Pompeii, Caratzas, 2000. Peoples of the Roman World, Cambridge University Press, 2012. A Brief History of the Romans, Oxford University Press, 2013. With D. Gargola, N. Lenski, and . Duke Classical Studies.

Hadrian and the City of Rome. analysis of this evidence provides a clear picture of how image dissemination and imperial benefactions worked in practice, while raising specific questions about Hadrian's interaction with the East. A welcome addition to scholarship. --Caroline Vout, Times Literary Supplement. An original, readable, and thought-provoking. --James C. Anderson, The Classical Outlook. nuanced attention to social and gender issues deepens understanding of Roman urban life.

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The Description for this book, Hadrian and the City of Rome, will be forthcoming. com User, April 19, 1998. Boatwright has made the understanding of architectural remains of Rome more meaningful

The Description for this book, Hadrian and the City of Rome, will be forthcoming. Boatwright has made the understanding of architectural remains of Rome more meaningful. She has made the character, intent and intellect of Hadrian take on a purpose. Not only did Hadrian change the face of Rome, but by his efforts Rome became more representative of the multi-cultural world she ruled.

Boatwright's treatment of Hadrian and Rome's cities is unique in that it encompasses events throughout the empire, drawing insights from archaeology and art history as well as literature, economy, and religion. Hadrian and the Cities of the Roman Empire. πό τον/την Mary T. Format Paperback 264 pages

Boatwright's treatment of Hadrian and Rome's cities is unique in that it encompasses events throughout the empire, drawing insights from archaeology and art history as well as literature, economy, and religion. Format Paperback 264 pages. Dimensions 152 x 235 x 1. 6mm 425g. Publication date 29 Dec 2002. Publisher Princeton University Press. Publication City/Country New Jersey, United States.

Mary T. Boatwright, Duke University, Classical Studies Department, Faculty Member. Studies Classical Studies, Topography of Ancient Rome (Archaeology), and Roman History. "Acceptance and Approval: Romans' Non-Roman Population Transfers, 180 . by Mary T. Roman authorities sanctioning population transfers of free non-Romans into Roman territory are attested but eight times 180 BCE - ca. 70 CE.

Авторы: Mary T. Источник: Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik. The Traianeum in Italica (Spain) and the Library of Hadrian in Athens. Авторы: MARY T. Источник: Studies in the History of Art. 49:192-217.

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