By Nathan Rosenstein
Bellum se ipsum alet? Financing Republican Imperialism
By William V. Harris
Rome at Sea: the Beginnings of Roman Naval Power
By Jonathan R. W. Prag
Beyond Polybios: quantifying Roman imperialism east and west
By John Ma
Seeing the elephant: beyond the querelle of “Roman imperialism” in the Hellenistic world
How should we define and interpret Roman “imperialism” in the Hellenistic world during the third and second century BCE? The answers to this question have exhibited three major characteristics.
By Carlos F. Noreña
Law’s Imperialism: Conceptions of Empire in Republican Statutes
This paper examines the various articulations of empire in surviving statutes (leges) from the mid- and late Republic, and argues that the language employed in these texts provides a useful, and underexplored, window onto the collective representation of Roman imperialism in the last two centuries BCE.