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William Bowden
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59.02
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ISBN10: 0715631160, ISBN13: 9780715631164, Hardcover 2003 Bristol Classical Press hardcover edition. Ex library copy with stamps and labels and without dustjacket else good condition.
[Cirencester, United Kingdom] [Publication Year: 2003]
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Bowden William
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87.07
Schwabe Books /Biblio
Date: 2003-08-22. LikeNew. 2003. ISBN 0715631160 [US]
Bowden, William
USD
87.07
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ISBN10: 0715631160, ISBN13: 9780715631164, [publisher: Bristol Classical Press] Hardcover
[Simi Valley, CA, U.S.A.] [Publication Year: 2003]
Bowden, William
USD
89.71
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Bristol Classical Press 2003 Hardcover Fine As New Condition-Over 500, 000 Internet Orders Shipped.
Bowden, William
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89.93
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ISBN10: 0715631160, ISBN13: 9780715631164, [publisher: Bristol Classical Press] Hardcover
[Simi Valley, CA, U.S.A.] [Publication Year: 2003]
Bowden William
USD
90.84
Schwabe Books /Biblio
Bristol Classical Press, Date: 2003-08-22. Hardcover. Very Good. 1.1000 9.3000 6.1000. 2003. Bristol Classical Press ISBN 0715631160 [US]
Bowden, William
USD
92.66
Books From California via Alibris /Alibris
Bristol Classical Press 2003 Hardcover Very good in very good dust jacket. Very Clean Copy-Over 500, 000 Internet Orders Filled.
Bowden William
USD
161.70
Ancient World Books /Biblio
Duckworth. Fine in Near Fine dust jacket. Date: 2003. Hardcover. 0715631160 . Book is fine. DJ is protected in mylar sleeve. ; The land that once formed the late antique Roman province of Epirus Vetus now straddles the border between Albania and Greece, a volatile area whose history since the Second World War has meant that modern political boundaries rather than those of antiquity have defined study of the ancient province. In this readable, well illustrated account, William Bowden reassesses the archaeological evidence from the fourth to the seventh century AD, when the area changed from a Roman province to a distant region beyond the limits of the empire, using the data to construct a model of the changing social structures that underlay this important transition. His analysis reveals that these changes were not gradual transformations but rather a series of sharply defined discontinuities, and suggests that these processes resulted in a more fragmented society, in which groups coalesced around individuals rather than concepts of town or state. The book also examines the controversial issue of Slavic settlement in the area in the immediate post-Roman period, a subject that even today remains dominated by the questions of nationalism and ethnic identity that have recently had such tragic consequences in the Balkans. ; Duckworth Archaeology; 256 pages . 2003. Duckworth ISBN 0715631160 [CA]
Bowden, William
USD
165.00
Ancient World Books /Abebooks
ISBN10: 0715631160, ISBN13: 9780715631164, [publisher: Duckworth] Hardcover Book is fine. DJ is protected in mylar sleeve. ; The land that once formed the late antique Roman province of Epirus Vetus now straddles the border between Albania and Greece, a volatile area whose history since the Second World War has meant that modern political boundaries rather than those of antiquity have defined study of the ancient province. In this readable, well illustrated account, William Bowden reassesses the archaeological evidence from the fourth to the seventh century AD, when the area changed from a Roman province to a distant region beyond the limits of the empire, using the data to construct a model of the changing social structures that underlay this important transition. His analysis reveals that these changes were not gradual transformations but rather a series of sharply defined discontinuities, and suggests that these processes resulted in a more fragmented society, in which groups coalesced around individuals rather than concepts of town or state. The book also examines the controversial issue of Slavic settlement in the area in the immediate post-Roman period, a subject that even today remains dominated by the questions of nationalism and ethnic identity that have recently had such tragic consequences in the Balkans. ; Duckworth Archaeology; 256 pages
[Toronto, ON, Canada] [Publication Year: 2003]
Bowden, William
USD
168.00
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Duckworth 2003 Hardcover Fine in Near Fine dust jacket 0715631160. Book is fine. DJ is protected in mylar sleeve.; The land that once formed the late antique Roman province of Epirus Vetus now straddles the border between Albania and Greece, a volatile area whose history since the Second World War has meant that modern political boundaries rather than those of antiquity have defined study of the ancient province. In this readable, well illustrated account, William Bowden reassesses the archaeological evidence from the fourth to the seventh century AD, when the area changed from a Roman province to a distant region beyond the limits of the empire, using the data to construct a model of the changing social structures that underlay this important transition. His analysis reveals that these changes were not gradual transformations but rather a series of sharply defined discontinuities, and suggests that these processes resulted in a more fragmented society, in which groups coalesced around individuals rather than concepts of town or state. The book also examines the controversial issue of Slavic settlement in the area in the immediate post-Roman period, a subject that even today remains dominated by the questions of nationalism and ethnic identity that have recently had such tragic consequences in the Balkans.; Duckworth Archaeology; 256 pages.
William Bowden
USD
220.69
Books Express /Biblio
Date: 2003-08-22. Good. Ships with Tracking Number! INTERNATIONAL WORLDWIDE Shipping available. May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. May be re-issue. May be ex-library. Shipping & Handling by region. Buy with confidence, excellent customer service! 2003. ISBN 0715631160 [US]
William Bowden
USD
480.15
Books Express /Biblio
Date: 2003-08-22. New. Ships with Tracking Number! INTERNATIONAL WORLDWIDE Shipping available. May be re-issue. Buy with confidence, excellent customer service! 2003. ISBN 0715631160 [US]
Bowden William
USD
1060.00
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United Kingdom: Duckworth Pub. New. Date: 2003. Hardcover. 0715631160 .*** FREE UPGRADE to Courier/Priority Shipping Upon Request *** – – *** IN STOCK AND IMMEDIATELY AVAILABLE FOR SHIPMENT - FLAWLESS COPY, BRAND NEW, PRISTINE, NEVER OPENED -- 256 pages; 6 1/8 x 9 1/4 inches -- The first detailed analysis of the archaeology of an important late antique Roman province. - The land that once formed the late antique Roman province of Epirus Vetus now straddles the border between Albania and Greece, a volatile area whose history since the Second World War has meant that modern political boundaries rather than those of antiquity have defined study of the ancient province. In this readable, well illustrated account, William Bowden reassesses the archaeological evidence from the fourth to the seventh century AD, when the area changed from a Roman province to a distant region beyond the limits of the empire, using the data to construct a model of the changing social structures that underlay this important transition. His analysis reveals that these changes were not gradual transformations but rather a series of sharply defined discontinuities, and suggests that these processes resulted in a more fragmented society, in which groups coalesced around individuals rather than concepts of town or state. He book also examines the controversial issue of Slavic settlement in the area in the immediate post-Roman period, a subject that even today remain ...

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