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A provocative reassessment of the relationship between Romans and 'barbarians' in Europe uses plentiful archeological evidence to debunk oversimplifications of Celtic and German culture, arguing that these pre-literate civilizations were much more sophisticated than their conquerors officially acknowledged and in fact helped shape the Roman Empire over time. (view table of contents)

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9780691058719 | Princeton Univ Dept of Art &, September 1, 1999, cover price $45.00 | About this edition: A provocative reassessment of the relationship between Romans and 'barbarians' in Europe uses plentiful archeological evidence to debunk oversimplifications of Celtic and German culture, arguing that these pre-literate civilizations were much more sophisticated than their conquerors officially acknowledged and in fact helped shape the Roman Empire over time.

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9780691089782 | Reprint edition (Princeton Univ Pr, July 16, 2001), cover price $32.95

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Presents literary, epigraphical, and papyrological sources of information and archaeological findings on agricultural, industrial, and commercial conditions and developments and public finances throughout the history of the Roman Empire.
By Tenney Frank (editor)

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9780374928483 | Octagon Books, August 1, 1972, cover price $150.00 | About this edition: Presents literary, epigraphical, and papyrological sources of information and archaeological findings on agricultural, industrial, and commercial conditions and developments and public finances throughout the history of the Roman Empire.

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An assessment of the rise and fall of the Roman empire, told from the perspectives of the civilizations that were vanquished by Rome, argues that such groups as the Celts, Hebrews, and Phoenicians were civilizations in their own right in spite of beliefs about Roman superiority and examines the impact of leadership ambition, political choices, and rivalry on the empire's downfall.

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9780500251249, titled "The Enemies of Rome: From Hannibal To Attila The Hun" | Thames & Hudson, November 30, 2004, cover price $31.95 | About this edition: An assessment of the rise and fall of the Roman empire, told from the perspectives of the civilizations that were vanquished by Rome, argues that such groups as the Celts, Hebrews, and Phoenicians were civilizations in their own right in spite of beliefs about Roman superiority and examines the impact of leadership ambition, political choices, and rivalry on the empire's downfall.

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9780500287729, titled "The Enemies of Rome: From Hannibal to Attila the Hun" | 1 ill edition (Thames & Hudson, April 6, 2009), cover price $22.95

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