Table of contents for The Cambridge economic history of the Greco-Roman world / edited by Walter Scheidel, Ian Morris, Richard Saller.


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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 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 Bedford; Part III. Classical Greece: 12. Classical Greece: production John Davies; 13. Classical Greece: distribution Astrid Möller; 14. Classical Greece: consumption Sitta von Reden; Part IV. The Hellenistic States: 15. The Hellenistic Near East Robert van der Spek; 16. Hellenistic Egypt Joseph 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 Kehoe; 21. The early Roman empire: distribution Neville Morley; 22. The early Roman empire: consumption Willem 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 Alcock; 26. Roman Egypt Dominic Rathbone; 27. The frontier zones David Cherry; Part VIII. Epilogue: 28. The transition to late antiquity Andrea Giardina.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Greece -- Economic conditions -- To 146 B.C.
Rome -- Economic conditions -- 510-30 B.C.