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Romans & Barbarians: Four Views From the Empire's Edge, First Century A.D.
Derek Williams (au). From 27 B.C. to A.D. 117, the Roman dreams of boundless empire began to falter. The Caesars had to accept the scale & intractability of the problems posed by the barbarians. For the Romans this was a time when power was passing; for the barbarians it was a time when internal stresses & fear of Roman aggression were creating shifts in the tribal equilibrium. This book sees the clash of cultures from the standpoint of 4 people who ventured beyond the Roman empire. Each portrait reveals different aspects of the Sarmatian, German, & Celtic peoples facing the empire’s European frontiers. Together they provide a rich portrait of the classical & Iron Age worlds. Illustrated.
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