Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press, 1955. Hardcover. G (Binding has light foxing or aging along edges; dj has age and slight soiling; pages are crisp and clear; former owner name and year on first page.). Rust cloth, gilt letters on spine, tan paper dust jacket, maps on flyleaves, 169 pp. "Shows that there was a real and general decline in both rural and town population of the Roman Empire in the West from the middle of the second century on; that the Late Empire was from its beginnings faced with a marked deficiency in human resources; and that this manpower shortage was the cause -- not, as has been held, the consequence -- of much that has been considered authoritarian in the administration of Late Rome. This analysis throws new light on the economic and social legislation of Diocletian, Constantine I, and their successors." (dj). (Inventory #: 155950)
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