Policing the Roman Empire: Soldiers, Administration, and Public Order

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Abbreviations

The abbreviations of ancient authors and texts in the notes follow Hornblower and Spawforth’s Oxford Classical Dictionary, 3rd edition, although I have expanded some for greater clarity. Abbreviations for Judeo-Christian sources that are not included in the OCD list generally conform to the 1999 SBL Handbook of Style for Ancient Near Eastern, Biblical, and Early Christian Studies. Citations of papyri, ostraka, and tablets use the standard abbreviations of Oates et al., Checklist of Greek, Latin, Demotic and Coptic Papyri, Ostraca and Tablets, continuously updated at http://scriptorium.lib.duke.edu/papyrus/ texts/clist.html.

Abbott & JohnsonF. F. Abbott and A. C. Johnson, Municipal Administration in the Roman Empire
Acta Alex.H. Musurillo, ed., The Acts of the Pagan Martyrs: Acta Alexandrinorum
AEL’Année épigraphique
ANRWAufstieg und Niedergang der römischen Welt
ARSA. C. Johnson et al., eds., Ancient Roman Statutes
BARBritish Archaeological Reports, International Series
BASPBulletin of the American Society of Papyrologists
BAtlasR. J. A. Talbert, ed., Barrington Atlas of the Greek and Roman World
BEBulletin épigraphique
BÉFARBibliothèque des Écoles Françaises d’Athènes et de Rome
BrunsC. G. Bruns et al., eds., Fontes Iuris Romani Antiqui, 7th ed.
CAHThe Cambridge Ancient History, 2nd ed.

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