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Title: The Rural Roman Peloponnese: Continuity and Change
Authors: Stewart, Daniel R.
First Published: 2010
Publisher: Kentron Ellinikis kai Romaïkis Archaiotitos / Diffusion de Boccard
Citation: Stewart, D.R. The Rural Roman Peloponnese: Continuity and Change, ed. Rizakis, A.D.; Lepeniotti, C.E., 'Roman Peloponnese III: Studies on Political, Economic and Socio-cultural History', Kentron Ellinikis kai Romaïkis Archaiotitos/ Diffusion de Boccard, 2010, pp. 217-233.
Abstract: The rural Roman Peloponnese is often presented as abiding by the trends established for the rest of Roman Greece. However, the case can be made for viewing the Peloponnese not just as a sub-region of a larger Greece, but as a region in itself, and also as an entity composed of still further, smaller regions. When viewed in this way, the rural landscapes of the Peloponnese can be seen to follow a number of divergent paths in the Roman period. This contribution used data from intensive archaeology field survey, ancient authors and epigraphy in order to write a more nuanced understanding of the peninsula over time.
Series/Report no.: Meletēmata;63
ISBN: 9789607905543
Embargo on file until: 1-Jan-10000
Version: Publisher Version
Status: Peer-reviewed
Type: Chapter
Rights: © 2010 The Nationale Hellenic Research Foundation, Institute for Greek and Roman Antiquity.
Description: Embargo length currently unknown. Permission to make the text available has been requested from the publisher and the full text may be made available once this has been received.
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