LATER ROMAN EGYPT Society, Religion, Economy and Administration

By: Bagnall, Roger S.

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A couple of corners very slightly bumped. ; Egypt, with its ever-growing wealth of evidence from the papyri, has in recent decades been one of the liveliest areas of scholarship on the later Roman Empire. This volume collects two dozen articles on the social, economic, and administrative history of Egypt. In these studies some of the main themes of Roger Bagnall's work are visible, in particular attempts to explore the possibilities for quantifying not only questions like the burden of taxation or the distribution of land-ownership, but more tantalizing and controversial matters like the rate at which the population of Egypt was Christianized. ; Variorum Collected Studies Series, 758; 324 pages

Title: LATER ROMAN EGYPT Society, Religion, Economy and Administration

Author Name: Bagnall, Roger S.

Categories: Egyptology, Political Science, Business and Economy,

Publisher: Variorum: 2003

ISBN Number: 0860788997

ISBN Number 13: 9780860788997

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good+ with no dust jacket

Seller ID: 13139

Keywords: Roman Empire Egypt & Egyptology Business & Culture Economic Conditions Society, Politics & Philosophy Political Science