Augustan Imperialism. / Alston, Richard.

A Companion to Roman Imperialism. ed. / Dexter Hoyos. Leiden, Boston : Brill, 2013. p. 197-211 (History of Warfare; Vol. 81).

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Augustan Imperialism. / Alston, Richard.

A Companion to Roman Imperialism. ed. / Dexter Hoyos. Leiden, Boston : Brill, 2013. p. 197-211 (History of Warfare; Vol. 81).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Harvard

Alston, R 2013, Augustan Imperialism. in D Hoyos (ed.), A Companion to Roman Imperialism. History of Warfare, vol. 81, Brill, Leiden, Boston, pp. 197-211.

APA

Alston, R. (2013). Augustan Imperialism. In D. Hoyos (Ed.), A Companion to Roman Imperialism (pp. 197-211). (History of Warfare; Vol. 81). Brill.

Vancouver

Alston R. Augustan Imperialism. In Hoyos D, editor, A Companion to Roman Imperialism. Leiden, Boston: Brill. 2013. p. 197-211. (History of Warfare).

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Alston, Richard. / Augustan Imperialism. A Companion to Roman Imperialism. editor / Dexter Hoyos. Leiden, Boston : Brill, 2013. pp. 197-211 (History of Warfare).

BibTeX

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