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In: Women and the Roman City in the Latin West
In: Migration and Mobility in the Early Roman Empire
In: Migration and Mobility in the Early Roman Empire
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Considering the Roman Mediterranean in terms of flows of material, people and information offers a way to examine the notion of “connectivity”. Flows of material and people were predominantly local: long-distance flows were mostly unidirectional and directed. Information flowed more widely, but its processing was rudimentary. These conclusions imply a low level of connectivity beyond the local level, even if some connections were nevertheless influential.

In: Mediterranean Flows: People, Ideas and Objects in Motion
In: Power, Politics and the Cults of Isis
In: Power, Politics and the Cults of Isis
In: The Jewish Revolt against Rome
In: The Impact of Mobility and Migration in the Roman Empire
In: The Impact of Mobility and Migration in the Roman Empire
In: The Impact of Mobility and Migration in the Roman Empire