This book offers a new perspective on the evolution of cities across the Roman Empire in late antiquity and the early Middle Ages.... death, cities were again deprived of their revenues, 40 with undoubtedly grave consequences for the maintenance of urban ... to my mind unsurpassed, notwithstanding the important modifications proposed in, e.g., Bransbourg 2008 and 2009. ... 35 Sed si ex praecepto iudicum monumenta deiecta sunt, ne sub specie publicae fabricationis poena vitetur, eosdem ... 36 Whether civic lands and properties had been appropriated to the fisc already under Constantius II ( Jones 1964, esp.
|Title||:||The Afterlife of the Roman City|
|Author||:||Hendrik W. Dey|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2014-11-17|