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By the year AD 116 a Spamard who was one of Rome's greatest emperors - Trajan - stood on the shores of the Persian Gulf: the first time that a ... The Atlantic had brought Rome to a full stop in the West, but the East seemed unlimited.
Author: Warwick Ball
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Although the period of 129–96 BC saw Rome gain two further stretches of the Mediterranean coastline, Rome's focus was not on affairs of the east. This is understandable given the situation amongst the old powers of the Hellenistic world ...
Author: Gareth Sampson
Publisher: Casemate Publishers
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In this lavishly illustrated and arresting study, Warwick Ball presents the story of Rome's overwhelming fascination with the East through a coverage of the historical, architectural and archaeological evidence unparalleled in both breadth ...
Author: Warwick Ball
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5 Polybius, Rome, and the East* I Sixteen years ago, in an article entitled 'Polybius and Rome's eastern policy', F. W. Walbank raised and examined aspects of what seemed to be an absolutely central flaw in the fabric of Polybius' ...
Author: Peter Derow
Publisher: Oxford University Press
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In effect, the history of the period may be viewed as the story of the conflict between Roman imperialism and Judaean nationalism.
Author: Martin Sicker
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
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206 However , the east Roman empire could draw on the resources of other highly developed regions besides Egypt . City life , with its roots in the distant Phoenician and Greek pasts , was firmly established on all the eastern shores of ...
Author: J. D. Howard-Johnston
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
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Sartre has written a long overdue and comprehensive history of the Semitic Near East (modern Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, and Israel) from the eve of the Roman conquest to the end of the third century C.E. and the rise of Christianity.
Author: Maurice Sartre
Publisher: Belknap Press
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Let us look now in more detail at the controversy over early Roman involvement in the Greek East. Sharp disagreement exists, first, over the causes of Rome's two wars in Illyria, in 229/228 BC and in 219 BC. Sharp disagreement exists ...
Author: Arthur M. Eckstein
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
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Rome. and. the. Distant. East. In the closing years of the Republican era, the Romans completed their conquest of the remaining Mediterranean kingdoms. Yet few in that Empire appreciated the scale of the ancient world they inhabited.
Author: Raoul McLaughlin
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
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C . PAYNGOT , Homage to Mar Cariattil : Pioneer Malabar Ecumenist , Rome , 1987 . 2 . P . YOUSIF ( ed . ) , A Classified Bibliography on the East Syrian Liturgy , Rome , 1990 . 3 . C . GALLAGHER ( ed . ) , The Code of Canons of the ...
Author: Francis Eluvathingal
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