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The Cambridge Economic History of the Greco-Roman World
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1. Introduction Ian Morris, Richard Saller and Walter Scheidel; Part I. Determinants of Economic Performance: 2. Ecology Robert Sallares; 3. Demography Walter Scheidel; 4. Household and gender Richard Saller; 5. Law and economic institutions Bruce W. Frier and Dennis P. Kehoe; 6. Technology Helmuth Schneider; Part II. Early Mediterranean Economies and the Near East: 7. The Aegean Bronze Age John Bennet; 8. Early Iron Age Greece Ian Morris; 9. The Early Iron Age in the western Mediterranean Michael Dietler; 10. Archaic Greece Robin Osborne; 11. The Persian Near East Peter R. Bedford; Part III. Classical Greece: 12. Classical Greece: production John K. Davies; 13. Classical Greece: distribution Astrid Moeller; 14. Classical Greece: consumption Sitta von Reden; Part IV. The Hellenistic States: 15. The Hellenistic Near East Robartus J. van der Spek; 16. Hellenistic Egypt Joseph G. Manning; 17. Hellenistic Greece and western Asia Minor Gary Reger; Part V. Early Italy and the Roman Republic: 18. Early Rome and Italy Jean-Paul Morel; 19. The Late Republic William V. Harris; Part VI. The Early Roman Empire: 20. The early Roman empire: production Dennis P. Kehoe; 21. The early Roman empire: distribution Neville Morley; 22. The early Roman empire: consumption Willem M. Jongman; 23. The early Roman empire: the state and the economy Elio Lo Cascio; Part VII. Regional Development in the Roman Empire: 24. The western provinces Philippe Leveau; 25. The eastern Mediterranean Susan E. Alcock; 26. Roman Egypt Dominic W. Rathbone; 27. The frontier zones David Cherry; Part VIII. Epilogue: 28. The transition to late antiquity Andrea Giardina.

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A major advance in our understanding of the economic expansion that made the civilisation of the classical Mediterranean world possible.

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Walter Scheidel is Dickason Professor in the Humanities and Professor of Classics and History at Stanford University. His publications include Measuring Sex, Age and Death in the Roman Empire (1996), Death on the Nile: Disease and the Demography of Roman Egypt (2001) and, as editor, Debating Roman Demography (2001) and The Ancient Economy (2002, with Sitta von Reden). Ian Morris is Jean and Rebecca Willard Professor of Classics and Professor of History at Stanford University and directs Stanford's excavation at Monte Polizzo, Sicily. His publications include The Greeks: History, Culture, and Society (2005, with Barry Powell) and The Ancient Economy: Evidence and Models (2005, with Joe Manning). Richard Saller is Kleinheinz Family Professor of European Studies and Professor of Classics and History and the Vernon R. and Lysbeth Warren Anderson Dean of the School of Humanities and Sciences at Stanford University. His publications include Personal Patronage under the Early Empire (Cambridge, 1982) and Patriarchy, Property and Death in the Roman Family (Cambridge, 1994) and he is co-author of The Roman Empire: Economy, Society and Culture (1987).

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Review of the hardback: 'By presenting current scholarship and its prospective future course, the editors have produced a very important work. Prodigious bibliography ... Summing up: highly recommended.' Choice
Review of the hardback: 'This is certainly an extraordinary book on the Ancient Mediterranean economies that ought to be read and quoted by all historians who work in the field of pre-industrial economics. This excellent project was brought to completion by its 3 editors and 27 contributors over the span of a decade.' Bryn Mawr Classical Review
"By presenting current scholarship and its prospective future course, the editors have produced a very important work. Prodigious bibliography (148 pages). Summing up: Highly recommended." --Choice
"This is certainly an extraordinary book on the Ancient Mediterranean economies that ought to be read and quoted by all historians who work in the field of pre-industrial economics. This excellent project was brought to completion by its 3 editors and 27 contributors over the span of a decade." --BMCR

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