- a study of settlement and administration to A.D. 14
This thesis treats three interconnected topics of Spanish history between 206 B.C. and Augustus: immigration from Italy, provincial and local government and the extension of civitas Romana and ius Latii to Spaniards. In different ways, these formed the framework of, and lent encouragement to, the Romanization of the Peninsula, the effects of which still endure.
Though not overlooked by English-speaking scholars, Spain has not attracted attention as consistent and e...Expand abstract
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The romanization of Spain
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