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Legionary recruitment and veteran settlement during the principate

Mann, J. C.

Legionary recruitment and veteran settlement during the principate

by Mann, J. C.

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Published by Institute of Archaeology in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Veterans -- Rome.,
  • Rome -- Colonies -- History.,
  • Rome -- Army -- Recruiting, enlistment, etc.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementby J. C. Mann ; edited for publication by M. M. Roxan.
    SeriesOccasional publication / Institute of Archaeology -- no. 7, Occasional publication (University of London. Institute of Archaeology) -- no. 7.
    ContributionsRoxan, Margaret M., University of London. Institute of Archaeology.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsU 35 M28 1983
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 184 p., [1] folded leaf of plates --
    Number of Pages184
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14709030M
    ISBN 100905853113

      The exact numbers of Germani in the Roman army are not easy to estimate because recruitment was by Pattison's ‘alternative’ historical narrative of the Anglo-Saxon immigration is based almost entirely on a single book J. C. Legionary recruitment and veteran settlement during the Principate. Occasional publications, no. 7. Margaret Roxan FSA (–) was a British archaeologist and expert on Roman military diplomas. Her major contribution to the discipline was three edited collections of newly-found diplomas that acquired a scholarly authority and place as the direct successor of Theodor Mommsen and Herbert Nesselhauf. She also edited the diplomas for publication in The Roman Inscriptions of Britain.

      The exact numbers of Germani in the Roman army are not easy to estimate because recruitment was by regions, not by ethnicity The full stature argument is contained in a German-language book (Härke ), J. C. Legionary recruitment and veteran settlement during the Principate Occasional publications, no. 7. London, UK: Institute. Waar ben je naar op zoek? Data Café. J. mann.

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: Legionary Recruitment and Veteran Settlement During the Principate (UCL Institute of Archaeology Publications) (): Mann, J.C., Roxan, Margaret M: BooksCited by: Book Description Table of Contents Book Description This book is a study of the settlement of legionary veterans during the principate, and discovers why legionary veterans were settled in colonies, when such settlements ceased to be made, and where the men preferred to settle when the choice was left to them.

This book is a study of the settlement of legionary veterans during the principate, and discovers why legionary veterans were settled in colonies, when such settlements ceased to be made, and where the men preferred to settle when the choice was left to them.

Get this from a library. Legionary recruitment and veteran settlement during the Principate. [J C Mann; Margaret M Roxan] -- This volume describes the pattern of recruitment of soldiers to the Roman legions and the settlement of legion veterans in Roman colonies during the period of the principate.

Chapter 1. Legionary recruitment and veteran settlement in the Late Republic --chp. The evidence for legionary recruitment and veteran settlement during the Principate --chp. The development of legionary recruitment and veteran settlement in the Principate.

Series Title: Occasional publication (Institute of Archaeology) Responsibility. Legionary Recruitment and Veteran Settlement during the Principate. By J. Mann, edited by M. Roxan. × 21 cm. vii +33 tables. London: Institute of Archaeology (Occasional Publications, 7), ISBN Price not stated.

- Volume 65 Issue 2 - B. Dobson. During the principate most veterans probably received gratuities in cash. Some were settled by the government in colonies, both in Italy and the provinces, but when left to themselves most veterans preferred to end their days in the vicinity of the fortresses in which they had served.

The Settlement of Veterans Discharged from Auxiliary Units Stationed in Britain - Volume 33 - J.C. Mann Skip to main content We use cookies to distinguish you from other users and to provide you with a better experience on our websites.

Patterns of recruitment and settlement and the rewards, both financial and legal, given to the soldiers affected their standing in society. 1 The impact of veterans on the community in which they. Legionary Recruitment and Veteran Settlement During the Principate.

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(University of London, Institute of Archaeology, Occasional Publication, 7.) Pp. vii + ; 33 tables. London: Institute of Archaeology, University of London, Keppie's book is a model of careful and illuminating scholarship.

The. The Roman legionary (in Latin legionarius, plural legionarii) was a professional heavy infantryman of the Roman army after the Marian soldiers would conquer and defend the territories of the Roman Empire during the late Republic and Principate.

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The settlement of veterans in the Roman Empire and under Caesar and Augustus a large number of veteran colonies were established. During the principate most veterans probably received gratuities in cash. and the legions came to rely to a great extent on the recruitment of the sons of their own serving and veteran members.

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The scholarship available on the legions of the Roman Army. General Bishop, M.C., Handbook to Roman Legionary Fortresses, Barnsley, Pollard, N. & Berry, J., The. ); J. C. Mann, Legionary Recruitment and Veteran Settlement during the Principate (Occasional Publications 7), London9 and 32; and M.

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Edited by Margaret M. Roxan. London: University of London. Niemeyer, Hans-Georg. "The Phoenicians in the Mediterranean: A non-Greek model for expansion and settlement in antiquity.".

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