Roman Technology and Crafts book. Roman Technology and Crafts (Aspects of Roman Life).
Roman Technology and Crafts book. 0582201624 (ISBN13: 9780582201620). She lectures on Early Celtic Studies and contributes to the third-year undergraduate Theory course.
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Part of a series on Aspects of Roman Life published for Open University Tutor in Classical Studies by Longman Group. The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work.
Miranda Green, Roman Technology and Crafts, Aspects of Roman Life, Longman, 1975. Peter James and Nick Thorpe, Ancient Inventions, Ballantine Books, New York, 1994. Traditional Beliefs and New Religious Ideas. Michael Massey, Roman Religion, Aspects of Roman Life, Longman, 1979. John Sharwood Smith, Temples, Priests and Worship, Greek and Roman Topics, George Allen & Unwin, 1975.
Miranda Jane Aldhouse-Green, FSA, FLSW (née Aldhouse; born 24 July 1947) is a British archaeologist and academic. She was Professor of Archaeology at Cardiff University from 2006 to 2013. Until about 2000 she published as Miranda Green or Miranda J. Green. She took her first degree at Cardiff University, her MLitt at Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford in 1974, and a PhD from The Open University in 1981.
This article assesses the impact of innovation on Roman society. It starts from a critical engagement with past debate about technological progress, which over the past decades has been too strongly focused on economic growth, and a re-appreciation of the literary evidence for innovation, which points to a culture in which technological knowledge and invention were thought to matter.
The legacy of the Roman Empire has been varied and impactful, comparable to that of other hegemonic polities of world history (. Persian Empire, ancient Egypt or imperial China).
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