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Storming The Heavens: Soldiers, Emperors and Civilians in the Roman Empire

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At the close of the third century B. C., the ancient world was in awe of Rome's clear political, military, and cultural hegemony. But however secure Rome's power may have seemed from the outside, from within it faced a challenge which was to seriously to threaten its supremacy. Social turmoil prevailed at the heart of the Roman territories, and in Storming the Heavens, Santosuosso argues that the behaviour of the Roman armies played a central role in this unrest. The troops became the enemies within, pillaging and ...

Storming The Heavens: Soldiers, Emperors and Civilians in the Roman Empire 2004, Pimlico, London

ISBN-13: 9780712698863

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Storming the Heavens: Soldiers, Emperors, and Civilians in the Roman Empire 2003, Westview Press, Boulder, CO

ISBN-13: 9780813341606

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Storming the Heavens: Soldiers, Emperors, and Civilians in the Roman Empire 2001, Westview Press, Boulder, CO

ISBN-13: 9780813335230

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