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By Hekster, O. (ed.), Kleijn, G. de (ed.), Slootjes, D. (ed.), Olivier Hekster, Gerda De Kleijn, Danielle Slootjes

This quantity offers the complaints of the 7th workshop of the foreign thematic community effect of Empire, which concentrates at the historical past of the Roman Empire. It makes a speciality of the influence that crises had at the improvement and functioning of the Roman Empire from the Republic to overdue Imperial occasions.

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Auch die Semnones sive Iouthungi, die im Jahr 259 nach Italien eingebrochen waren, wurden am 24. und 25. 18 Es wurden ihnen auch Tausende von gefangenen Itali wieder abgenommen. Durch den Sieg wurden jedoch das vorausgegangene Geschehen in Italien, der Schrecken und die Schäden bei der dortigen Bevölkerung nicht ungeschehen gemacht, höchstens ein wenig gemildert. Denn wenn die Germanen so viele Gefangene gemacht hatten, wie es die Inschrift sagt, war das in den betroffenen italischen Regionen nicht ohne Kämpfe und Zerstörungen abgegangen.

L. D. ’, in L. de Blois und J. ), The Transformation of Economic Life under the Roman Empire. Impact of Empire 2 (Amsterdam 2002), 204 ff. 5 De Blois 2002 (Anm. 4), 217. 6 K. Strobel, Das Imperium Romanum im ‘3. Jahrhundert’ (Stuttgart 1993). 4 krise oder nichtkrise 25 das Werk von Christian Witschel: Krise, – Rezession – Stagnation? Der Westen des römischen Reiches im 3. Jahrhundert n. 7 In anderen Werken, vor allem außerhalb des deutschen Sprachraums,8 wird dagegen ohne allzu viele Einschränkungen das Wort Krise auf das gesamte oder zumindest Teile des 3.

Gallienus/Saloninus (253/68), Regalianus (260) und Macrianus/Quietus (260/62) (Wien 2000), 96 ff. 31 Vgl. die Bemerkung bei A. Eich und P. , bes. S. 103: das Heer sei von einem beutesuchenden Offensivinstrument zu einem ressourcenverschlingenden Defensivinstrument geworden. 1, 7–8; Elmer 1941 (Anm. 29), 1 ff. Nr. 1. 4. 12a. 15; Göbl 2000 (Anm. 30), Tafelband Nr. 867 a und e. 1, 17–19; Ellmer 1941 (Anm. 29), Nr. 19, 26; Göbl 2000 (Anm. 30), Tafelband Nr. 872b, d, l, m, n, o, p, q. Vgl. VICTORIA GERMANICA: Nr.

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