4 edition of Money in the late Roman Republic found in the catalog.
Money in the late Roman Republic
David B. Hollander
|Statement||by David B. Hollander.|
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The Roman Republic engaged in series of wars that expanded the republic's territory and brought it large sums of money. These increases in the treasury led to increased competition for public office and increased cases of bribery throughout the public as citizens tried to gain access to the money. The Late Republic (–31 bc) The aftermath of the victories. The fall of Carthage and Corinth did not even mark a temporary end to warfare. War and military glory were an essential part of the Roman aristocratic ethos and, hence, of Roman political life. Apart from major wars still to come, small wars on the frontiers of Roman power—never precisely fixed—continued to provide an.
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This book is highly recommended for those who seek a deeper, more nuanced understanding of Roman society. In laying out the scope and variety of economic life in the Late Republic, the author not only conveys a trove of information--he also shows that we can't truly Cited by: Money in the Late Roman Republic David B.
Hollander Roman monetary history has tended to focus on the study of Roman coinage but other assets regularly functioned as, or in place of, money.
Roman monetary history has tended to focus on the study of Roman coinage but other assets regularly functioned as, or in place of, money. This book places coinage in its broader monetary context by also examining the role of bullion, financial instruments, and commodities such as grain and wine in making payments, facilitating exchange, measuring value and storing by: The first few pages lay out the scope of the book, defining “the Late Roman Republic” as the period from the introduction of the denarius in BC to Octavian’s victory at Actium in 31 BC, and “money” in the broadest possible terms, as anything that can perform the function of a “medium of exchange, measure of value, unit of account, store of wealth, and means of payment” (2) and “the stock of assets readily.
Money in the late Roman Republic. [David B Hollander] -- "Roman monetary history has tended to focus on the study of Roman coinage but other assets regularly functioned as, or in place of, money. This book places coinage in its broader monetary context by. Roman Rule in Greek and Latin Writing explores the ways in which Greek and Latin writers from the late 1st to the 3rd century CE experienced and portrayed Roman cultural institutions and power.
The central theme is the relationship between cultures as reflected in Greek and Latin authors’ responses to Roman power; in practice the collection revisits the orthodoxy of two separate intellectual groups.
Books; Journals; Additional Products; Titles No Longer Published by Brill; Awards; Librarians. Preliminary Material In: Money in the Late Roman Republic. Author: D.B. Hollander. Money in the Late Roman Republic Series: Columbia Studies in the Classical Tradition. A Hunger for Reasons, thereby Myths or Beliefs Professor David Roochnik puts formed this Money in the Late Roman Republic of 24 numbers as a ' creative ' StarBook(the film takes from the wonderful Wurlitzer: to receive).
out of 5 stars Excellent Reference Book for Roman Republic Coinage. Reviewed in the United States on Ma Verified Purchase. Great reference book for collectors of Roman Republic coinage. This really complements my reference base. Read more. Helpful. Comment Report abuse.5/5(1). Using literary, archaeological, anthropological and numismatic evidence he examines the nature and use of money in the late Roman Republic ( to 31 BC).
His ultimate goal is to get a better insight in the Roman economy at large in this turbulent : Fleur Kemmers. "Chapter Five.
Monetary Zones" published on 01 Jan by : D.B. Hollander. Money in the late Roman Republic. [David B Hollander] -- Places coinage in its broader monetary context by examining the role of bullion, financial instruments, and commodities such as grain and wine in making payments and facilitating exchange Rome's.
Author: David Bruce Hollander: Publisher: Leiden: Brill, Dissertation: New York--Columbia University Titre de soutenance: Roman money in the late Republic. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Plebs and Politics in the Late Roman Republic analyses the political role of the masses in a profoundly aristocratic society. Constitutionally the populus Romanus wielded almost unlimited powers, controlling legislation and the election of officials, a fact which has inspired 'democratic' readings of the Roman by: Greek and Roman authors tell us at least as much about the money and assets individuals held (or sought to hold) as they do about their transactions.
This chapter focuses on ancient money at rest. Examining the demand for money within the context of the demand for other assets provides a better understanding of the development of the Roman economy, particularly in the Late Republic.
An overview of money, coinage, and the economy in the period 49BC-AD The chapter explains Roman coin denominations and coin production, what constituted money in the Roman world, how money operated within the Roman economy, and gives an introduction to numismatic terminology and standard reference works.
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This book investigates the working mechanisms of public opinion in Late Republican Rome as a part of informal politics. It explores the political interaction (and sometimes opposition) between the elite and the people through various means, such as rumours, gossip, political literature, popular verses and : Cristina Rosillo-López.
Hollander David B., Money in the Late Roman Republic. Leiden & Boston, Brill,1 vol. XI : Koenraad Verboven. out of 5 stars Good summary of current historical issues surrounding the late Roman Republic Reviewed in the United States on February 7, This is a concise but very informative overview of key concepts, historical trends, useful sources and historiography of the late by: 1.
David B. HOLLANDER, Money in the Late Roman Republic. Leyde, Brill, 1 vol. 16,5 x 24,5 cm, IX p. (COLUMBIA STUDIES IN THE CLASSICAL TRADITION, 29).Author: Koenraad Verboven.Rome in the Late Republic book.
Read 11 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This textbook outlines the key features of the period of /5.