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1 Wilson, A. J. N. EMIGRATION FROM ITALY IN THE REPUBLICAN AGE OF ROME
Manchester University Press 1966 0719000629 / 9780719000621 Hardcover Very Good+ with no dust jacket 
Ex-library copy with one single institution stamp to title-page and pocket with discard stamp to endpage. Minor fading to spine. ; 208 pages; During the last two centuries of the Roman Republic emigration from Italy to the provinces was widespread and increasing. This book is the first to survey the movement throughout the Empire; the emphasis is on private rather than state-organised settlement. The first part is about the Western Mediterranean provinces, whose Romanization began in this period; the second part treats emigration to the Greek East, where, by contrast, the settlers tended to become more and more hellenized. The principal matters considered are the volume of emigration, the kinds of communities formed overseas by the emigrants, their motives and origins, the regions and places settled, the fortunes of the settlers in the upheavals of the late Republican period, and their relations with the people among whom they lived. 
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2 Wilson, A. J. N. EMIGRATION FROM ITALY IN THE REPUBLICAN AGE OF ROME
Manchester University Press 1966 0719000629 / 9780719000621 Hardcover Very Good in Very Good dust jacket 
Ex-library copy with one single institution stamp to title-page and pocket affixed to inner cover. Call numbers on spine of DJ. Dustjacket has minor shelfwear and rubbing. DJ is price-clipped and has minor edgewear. ; 208 pages; During the last two centuries of the Roman Republic emigration from Italy to the provinces was widespread and increasing. This book is the first to survey the movement throughout the Empire; the emphasis is on private rather than state-organised settlement. The first part is about the Western Mediterranean provinces, whose Romanization began in this period; the second part treats emigration to the Greek East, where, by contrast, the settlers tended to become more and more hellenized. The principal matters considered are the volume of emigration, the kinds of communities formed overseas by the emigrants, their motives and origins, the regions and places settled, the fortunes of the settlers in the upheavals of the late Republican period, and their relations with the people among whom they lived. 
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