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Ancient states and infrastructural power [online] : Europe, Asia, and America / Clifford Ando, Seth Richardson

By: ANDO, Clifford.
Contributor(s): RICHARDSON, Seth.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Publisher: Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, 2017Description: 1 resursă online (320 p.).ISBN: 9780812294170.Subject(s): | DE-Istorie | | cărți achiziții | cărți electronice | cărți străine | istorie antică | istoriografieOnline resources: Acces la textul integral numai din contul de acces mobil.
Contents:
Frontmatter Contents Introduction: States and state power in antiquity Chapter 1 : Before things worked: A “low-power” model of early Mesopotamia Chapter 2 : Property claims and state formation in the archaic greek world Chapter 3 : Western zhou despotism Chapter 4 : The ambitions of government: Territoriality and infrastructural power in ancient Rome Chapter 5 : Populist despotism and infrastructural power in the later Roman Empire Chapter 6 : Territorializing Iran in late antiquity: Autocracy, aristocracy, and the infrastructure of Empire Chapter 7 : Kinship and the performance of inca despotic and infrastructural power Chapter 8 : Statehood, taxation, and state infrastructural power in visigothic Iberia Chapter 9 : Did the Byzantine Empire have “ecumenical” or “universal” aspirations? Contributors Index of Subjects Index of Citations
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Frontmatter Contents Introduction: States and state power in antiquity Chapter 1 : Before things worked: A “low-power” model of early Mesopotamia Chapter 2 : Property claims and state formation in the archaic greek world Chapter 3 : Western zhou despotism Chapter 4 : The ambitions of government: Territoriality and infrastructural power in ancient Rome Chapter 5 : Populist despotism and infrastructural power in the later Roman Empire Chapter 6 : Territorializing Iran in late antiquity: Autocracy, aristocracy, and the infrastructure of Empire Chapter 7 : Kinship and the performance of inca despotic and infrastructural power Chapter 8 : Statehood, taxation, and state infrastructural power in visigothic Iberia Chapter 9 : Did the Byzantine Empire have “ecumenical” or “universal” aspirations? Contributors Index of Subjects Index of Citations

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