Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Rulers, Nomads, and Christians in Roman North Africa (Collected Studies)

<p>A collection of 10 essays on three areas of North Africa in the Roman Empire. They examine the history of political institutions, followed by details of interaction between sedentry communities in the African provinces. It concludes with two studies on African Christianity. The essays are grouped under three general headings that reflect different aspects of the same problem: the mutation of African political and administrative institutions; the interaction between nomads and

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