Space, Geography, and Politics in the Early Roman Empire
Studies the effect of Rome's geographic worldview on its politics
Praise / Awards
"It is the great merit of Nicolet's book that it makes one see very familiar things, like Tiberius' survey, in a new light."
—Fergus Millar, Journal of Roman Archaeology
". . . thoughtful and thought-provoking, acute in its reasoning, often original, and admirably erudite. . . . [Nicolet] assembles a wealth of material, proposes new and often ingenious connections, and substantially broadens the dimensions of the Augustan age. The work will have a place in all future discussions of that era."
—Erich S. Gruen, Classical Philology
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