Hellenistic and Roman Egypt: Sources and Approaches

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Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2006 - 336 pagina's
Roger Bagnall brings together a further two dozen of his studies, this time covering Hellenistic, Roman, and Byzantine Egypt, published over the last thirty years. Many of the articles deal with issues of historical and papyrological method; the restorati
 

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Preface ixx
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CONTENTS
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Evidence and models for the economy of Roman Egypt 187204
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HELLENISTIC EGYPT
211
Decolonizing Ptolemaic Egypt 225241
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Archagathos son of Agathocles Epistates of Libya 195209
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The origins of Ptolemaic Cleruchs 720
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library of dreams 348362
Egypt and the Lex Minicia 2528
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Army and police in Roman Upper Egypt 6786
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Public administration and the documentation of Roman
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a review
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un choix de langue
11
rhetoric law and patronage in
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Womens petitions in late antique Egypt 5360
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Greek papyri and Coptic studies 19901995 219230
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three rolls 1125
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An unrecognized date by the rebellion of 131 B C 5860
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The beginnings of the Roman census in Egypt 255265
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Over de auteur (2006)

Roger S. Bagnall is Professor of Classics and History in the Department of Classics, Columbia University, USA.

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