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The Demography of Roman Italy: Population Dynamics in an Ancient Conquest ...
Limited preview - 2013
Chapter 1 Evidence theories and models in Roman population history
Chapter 2 Polybius manpower figures and the size of the Italian population on the eve of the Hannibalic War
Chapter 3 Census procedures and the meaning of the republican and earlyimperial census figures
Chapter 4 Peasants citizens and soldiers 201 bc28 bc
Chapter 5 The Augustan census figures and Italys urban network
Chapter 6 Survey archaeology and demographic developments in the Italian countryside
according to Str adult male citizens allies Apulia archaeological evidence argued assume Augustus average Beloch Brunt Campanians Cascio censors cent central and southern central-western Italy Chapter Cisalpine Gaul citizen population Conventi decline demographic developments early Empire early-imperial early-imperial Italy early-modern estimate Etruria Etruscans farms free Italian free population free rural population Gracchan land reforms hectares high count Hopkins implied interpretation Italian Italian population iugera iuniores Kron large number Larinum late Republic late-republican Latin Latium legionaries Ligt Livy Livy’s low count mainland Italy medium-sized towns military million northern number of adult p.ha period Polybius population densities population growth possible proletarians provincial reconstruction regions republican Roman citizens Roman Italy Rome Samnium Scheidel second century bc Second Punic seems slaves small according southern Italy square kilometre suggests theory Tiberius Gracchus total number town wall Umbria urban network urban population densities urbanization rate viritane walled area Witcher