War and Society in Imperial Rome, 31 BC-AD 284

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BRIEF CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE

31 BC

Battle of Actium

AD 6-9

Revolt of Pannonians

AD 9

Defeat of P. Quinctilius Varus in Germany

42

Revolt of L. Arruntius Cammilus Scribomanus

43

Invasion of Britain

66

Jewish revolt

69

Two civil war battles at Bedriacum, first the defeat of Otho by Vitellius, then the defeat of the Vitellians by the Flavian forces

70

Capture of Jerusalem by Titus

73 or 74

Fall of Masada

77-84

Agricola governor of Britain

85

Oppius Sabinus, governor of Moesia, defeated and killed by the Dacians

85-92

Wars against the Dacians and Pannonians

89

Rebellion of L. Antonius Saturninus, governor of Upper Germany

101-2

First Dacian War

105-6

Second Dacian War; creation of province of Dacia

106

Annexation of kingdom of Nabataeans and creation of province of Arabia

113

Trajan launches campaign against Parthia

116-17

Uprising of Jews of the Diaspora

121-5

Hadrian’s first provincial tour

122

Start of building of Hadrian’s Wall in Britain

128-32

Hadrian’s second provincial tour

130

Aelia Capitolina founded on site of Jerusalem

132-5

Bar Kochba revolt in Judaea

131-7

Arrian governor of Cappadocia

161

M. Sedatius Severianus, governor of Cappadocia, defeated and killed in Armenia

162-6

Parthian War of L. Verus

167-75

Northern Wars, especially against the Marcomanni and Quadi

-155-

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations ix
  • Preface and Acknowledgements x
  • Abbreviations xi
  • 1 - The Origins of War 1
  • 2 - Soldiers and War 22
  • 3 - The Nature of War 47
  • 4 - War and the Community 77
  • 5 - War and Politics 106
  • 6 - War and Public Opinion 122
  • 7 - Epilogue 151
  • Brief Chronological Table 155
  • Notes 157
  • Bibliography 189
  • Index 203
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