What did the creation of a standing and regularly-paid professional army during the Roman Empire mean for politics, social and financial administration, army service, and the daily life of civilians? The 32 studies collected in this volume, some of them previously unpublished, approach these questions from different perspectives and shed light on the imperial army as an instrument in the exertion of power, on the concepts of its deployment, and on its significance for the Imperium Romanum. German text.
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