Table of contents for A companion to the Roman Empire / edited by David Potter.

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Illustrations								vi-xi
Charts and Tables							xii
Abbreviations								xiii-xv
Section 1: The Sources
1.	Constructing a narrative 		
 Cynthia Damon				37-55
2.	Roman Imperial Numismatics 
 Bill Metcalf					56-70
3.	Documents				
 Traianos Gagos and David Potter		71-140
4.	Art, Architecture and Archaeology in the Roman Empire			
 Lea Stirling					141-173
5.	Interdisciplinary approaches					
 James Rives					174-197
Section 2: Narrative
6.	The emergence of monarchy: 44 BCE-96 CE	
 Greg Rowe					198-212
7.	Rome the super-power: 96- 235 CE		
 Michael Peachin				213-264
8.	The transformation of the empire 235-337 CE			
 David Potter					265-300
Section 4: Administration
9.	The administration of the provinces		
 Cliff Ando					301-329
10.	Transformation of Government under Diocletian and Constantine 
 Hugh Elton					330-349
11.	The Roman Army
 Nigel Pollard					350-386
12.	Greek cities under Roman rule
 Maud Gleason					387-421
13.	Cities and urban life in the western provinces of the Roman empire 
 30 BCE -250 CE
 Jonathan Edmondson				422-464
Section 5: Social and Economic Life
14.	The imperial economy
 David Mattingly				465-489
15.	Landlords and tenants
 Dennis Kehoe					490-514
16.	The family
 Judith Evans Grubbs				515-541
17.	Sexuality in the Roman Empire
 Amy Richlin					541-595
18.	On food and the body
 Veronika Grimm				596-623
19.	Leisure
 Garrett Fagan					624-650
20.	Spectacle
 David Potter					651-694
Section 6: Intellectual Life
21.	The construction of the past in the Roman Empire
 Rowland Smith				695-742
22.	Imperial poetry
 Sara Myers					743-769
23.	Greek fiction
 Joe Rife					770-812
24.	Roman law and Roman history
 John Matthews				813-839
25.	Roman medicine
 Ann Hanson					840-891
26.	Philosophy in the Roman empire
 Sara Ahbel-Rappe				892-921
Section 7: Religion
27.	Traditional cult
 David Franfurter				922-963
28.	Jews and Judaism 70-429 CE
 Yaron Eliav					964-999
29.	Christians in the Roman Empire in the first three centuries CE
 Paulla Frederiksen				1000-1034
30.	Christian thought
 Mark Edwards					1035-1057
 
 Chronological Table						1058-1083
 
 Bibliography							1084-1187

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Rome -- History -- Empire, 30 B.C.-476 A.D.
Rome -- History -- Empire, 30 B.C.-476 A.D. -- Sources.
Rome -- Civilization.