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SINEWS OF EMPIRE.

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Main Author: SELAND, EIVIND.
Format: Online Book
Language:English
Published: [S.l.] : OXBOW BOOKS, 2017.
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505 0 |a Front Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Introduction: Sinews of empire and the relational turn in classical scholarship Håkon Fiane Teigen and Eivind Heldaas Seland; 1 Going mental: Culture, exchange and compromise in Rome's trade with the East Wim Broekaert; 2 Sinews of belief, anchors of devotion: the cult of Zeus Kasios in the Mediterranean Anna Collar; 3 Numismatic communities in the northern South Caucasus 300 BCE-300 CE: A geospatial analysis of coin finds from Caucasian Iberia and Caucasian Albania Lara Fabian 
505 8 |a 4 The diffusion of architectural innovations: Modelling social networks in the ancient building trade Henrik Gerding and Per Östborn5 Texture of empire: Personal networks and the modus operandi of Roman hegemony Michael Sommer; 6 Sinews of the other empire: The Parthian Great King's rule over vassal kingdoms Leonardo Gregoratti; 7 Speech patterns as indicators of religious identities: The Manichaean community in Late Antique Egypt Mattias Brand; 8 Networking beyond death: Priests and their family networks in Palmyra explored through the funerary sculpture Rubina Raja 
505 8 |a 9 Trade networks among the army camps of the Eastern Desert of Roman Egypt Yanne Broux10 Palmyrene merchant networks and economic integration in competitive markets Katia Schörle; 11 Businessmen and local elites in the Lycos valley Kerstin Droß-Krüpe; 12 The social networks of Late Antique western Thebes Elisabeth O'Connell and Giovanni R. Ruffini 
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