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The Hellenistic World and the Coming of Rome
Volume I Introduction Part I: The Instruments of Diplomacy Part II: Attitudes and Motivation Volume II Part III: The Patterns of Behavior Conclusion Bibliography Index
Culture and national identity in Republican Rome
  • E. Gruen
  • Political Science, History
  • 1 October 1993
Few encounters in antiquity have had more profound consequences than that between Greek culture and Republican Rome. Focusing on the ruling elites of the middle and later Republic, for whom HellenicExpand
The Grand Strategy of the Roman Empire: From the First Century A.D. to the Third
Luttwak believes that `the Roman achievement in the realm of grand strategy remains entirely unsurpassed and even two millennia of technological innovation have not invalidated its lessons.' HeExpand
Studies In Greek Culture And Roman Policy
This book is an examination of the impact of Greek learning, literature, and religion on central aspects of Roman life in the middle Republic. Acclaimed historian Erich S. Gruen discusses theExpand
Diaspora: Jews amidst Greeks and Romans
Introduction Part I: Jewish Life in the Diaspora 1. The Jews in Rome 2. The Jews in Alexandria 3. Jews in the Province of Asia 4. Civic and Sacral Institutions in the Diaspora Part II: JewishExpand
Heritage and Hellenism: The Reinvention of Jewish Tradition
The interaction of Jew and Greek in antiquity intrigues the imagination. Both civilizations boasted great traditions, their roots stretching back to legendary ancestors and divine sanction. In theExpand
The Last Generation of the Roman Republic
Available for the first time in paperback, with a new introduction that reviews related scholarship of the past twenty years, Erich Gruen's classic study of the late Republic examines institutions asExpand
The expansion of the empire under Augustus
  • E. Gruen
  • Political Science
  • 1 February 1996
A survey of territorial expansion under Augustus tempts conclusions about strategic designs, empire-wide policy, and imperialist intent. It has been claimed, for example, that Augustus adopted andExpand
Rethinking the Other in Antiquity