Late Roman Spain and Its Cities (Ancient Society and History)

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This book will result in a significant re-evaluation of the way we view late and post-Roman Spain.

(Ralph Mathisen, University of Illinois, Urbana/Champaign)

Late antiquity is emerging as a field in its own right, and an earlier review... noted three essential works. Kulikowski's is a fourth.

( Choice)

This book makes a valuable contribution with its vivid presentation and synthesis of recent Spanish archaeological research.

(Rachel L. Stocking Speculum)

Kulikowski has succeeded in laying the foundations for ever more detailed enquiries about the history of a period which scholars are less and less ready to characterize as 'of limited interest' and 'transitional.'

(Patrick Le Roux Mediterranean Historical Review)

Kulikowski's book is one of extraordinary sweep, vision, and scholarship... Provides a comprehensive picture of Roman urban institutions and society in Spain, as well as a detailed examination of their transformation into the Christian world of the early Middle Ages in a fashion that is at once accessible, informed, and illuminating.

(Evan W. Haley American Historical Review)

A valuable and fascinating contribution... which shows us how the history of this period should be written.

(John Richardson Catholic Historical Review)

This thought-provoking and stimulating study demands a fundamental reappraisal of some of the long-standing assumptions of social and urban transformation: not only in Spain, but in the western empire as a whole.

(A. H. Merrills Early Medieval Europe)

Well-produced and easy to use... Extremely useful.

(Gareth Sears Journal of Roman Studies)

A powerful and important contribution to debates about the nature of the peninsula at this time.

(A. T. Fear Classical Review)

Has the merit of introducing the Anglophone reader reader to the most recent archaeological research from Spain and Portugal, a subject he knows very well.

(José Carlos Saquete Ancient West and East)

A narrative history of Spain from AD 400 to 500, the establishment of a Gothickingdom in the early 6th century and what this meant for the mechanics and institutions of town and city life, complete the work.

( Oxbow Book News)

Críticas:

Late antiquity is emerging as a field in its own right, and an earlier review... noted three essential works. Kulikowski's is a fourth.

( Choice)

This book makes a valuable contribution with its vivid presentation and synthesis of recent Spanish archaeological research.

(Rachel L. Stocking Speculum)

Kulikowski has succeeded in laying the foundations for ever more detailed enquiries about the history of a period which scholars are less and less ready to characterize as 'of limited interest' and 'transitional.'

(Patrick Le Roux Mediterranean Historical Review)

Kulikowski's book is one of extraordinary sweep, vision, and scholarship... Provides a comprehensive picture of Roman urban institutions and society in Spain, as well as a detailed examination of their transformation into the Christian world of the early Middle Ages in a fashion that is at once accessible, informed, and illuminating.

(Evan W. Haley American Historical Review)

A valuable and fascinating contribution... which shows us how the history of this period should be written.

(John Richardson Catholic Historical Review)

This thought-provoking and stimulating study demands a fundamental reappraisal of some of the long-standing assumptions of social and urban transformation: not only in Spain, but in the western empire as a whole.

(A. H. Merrills Early Medieval Europe)

Well-produced and easy to use... Extremely useful.

(Gareth Sears Journal of Roman Studies)

A powerful and important contribution to debates about the nature of the peninsula at this time.

(A. T. Fear Classical Review)

Has the merit of introducing the Anglophone reader reader to the most recent archaeological research from Spain and Portugal, a subject he knows very well.

(José Carlos Saquete Ancient West and East)

A narrative history of Spain from AD 400 to 500, the establishment of a Gothickingdom in the early 6th century and what this meant for the mechanics and institutions of town and city life, complete the work.

( Oxbow Book News)

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