The Marriage of Roman Soldiers (13 BC-AD 235): Law and Family in the Imperial Army

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

Collections of Inscriptions
(besides CIL, ILS and L’Année Epigraphique)

Barkóczi, L. and A. Mócsy, eds. (1972–) Die römischen Inschriften Ungarns. Amsterdam. Bernand, A. (1984) Les portes du désert: Recueil des inscriptions grecques d’Antinooupolis, Tentyris, Koptos, Apollonopolis Parva and Apollonopolis Magna. Paris.

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Secondary Literature

Absil, M. and Y. Le Bohec. (1985) “La libération des soldats romains sous le HautEmpire.” Latomus 44: 855–70.

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Alföldy, G. (1968) “Zur Beurteilung der Militärdiplome der Auxiliarsoldaten.” Historia

17: 215–227.

_____. (1969) Die Personennamen in der römischen Provinz Dalmatien. Heidelberg.

_____. (1972) “Die Freilassung von Sklaven und die Struktur der Sklaverei in der römischen Kaiserzeit.” RSA 2: 97–128 = Alföldy (1986) 286–322.

_____. (1974) Noricum. Tr. A. Birley. London.

_____. “Namen” (1986) “Die Namen der Diplomempfänger.” In Eck and Wolff (1986) 437–66.

_____. Römische Gesellschaft (1986) Die römische Gesellschaft. Stuttgart.

_____. (1987) “Das Heer in der Sozialstruktur des römischen Kaiserreiches.” In Alföldy (1987), 26–42.

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