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Law and citizenship in the Roman Greek East: the provinces of Macedonia and Achaia (c. 146 BCE – 212 CE)

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This thesis is a contribution to the legal history of the Roman provinces of Macedonia and Achaia, from the end of the Macedonian wars to the general enfranchisement of the free population of the Roman Empire in 212 CE.

Chapter One explores the extent of Roman authority in the jurisdictional sphere on the one hand, and the fate of local jurisdictions and judicial institutions on the other. It argues that, while Roman authorities swiftly took charge of interstate jurisdiction, local ...

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Type of award:
DPhil
Level of award:
Doctoral
Awarding institution:
University of Oxford

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