Fergus Millar’s works have renewed our approach of the Roman world. He had studied the functioning of the Roman Empire in the perspective of the Emperor’s activities, from Augustus to Constantine; as well as the Republic during the last two centuries BC in order to revalue the people within the institutions; and finally the Near East from Augustus to Constantine, and then to the Muslim conquest. He uses to be engaged with the whole evidence (literary, epigraphic, papyrological, juridical and archaeological) that he examines closely with revived view-points. Distinguished and younger scholars have dealt, during a seminar, with the main aspects of Millar’s research, its reception and the reactions it has raised, and proposed surveys about current inquiries, as well as perspectives for future studies.
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Rome, a City and Its Empire in Perspective: The Impact of the Roman World through Fergus Millar's Research
Edited by Lukas de Blois and Elio Lo Cascio, with the aid of Olivier Hekster and Gerda de Kleijn
This sixth volume of the network Impact of Empire offers a comprehensive reading on the economic, political, religious and cultural impact of Roman military forces on the regions that were dominated by the Roman Empire.
Edited by Lukas de Blois, Peter Funke and Johannes Hahn
The fifth volume Impact of Empire (Roman Empire, 200 BC-AD 476) focuses on the impact of imperial Rome on religion, treating connections between Roman expansion and religion; the imperial impact on local cults; priests, priestesses and bishops and the divinity of Roman Emperors.
Edited by L. de Ligt, E.A. Hemelrijk and H.W. Singor
Edited by Lukas de Blois, Paul Erdkamp, Olivier Hekster, Gerda de Kleijn and Stephan Mols
Edited by L. de Blois and J. Rich
Edited by L. de Blois
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