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De Africa Romaque : merging cultures across North Africa : proceedings of the international conference held at the University of Leicester (26-27 October 2013) / edited by Niccolò Mugnai, Julia Nikolaus, Nick Ray.

Contributor(s): Mugnai, Niccolò | Nikolaus, Julia | Ray, Nick | University of Leicester | De Africa Romaque (2013 : University of Leicester).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Society for Libyan Studies Conference; volume 1.Publisher: London : The Society for Libyan Studies, 2016Copyright date: 2016Description: x, 262 pages : illustrations, maps ; 30 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781900971331; 190097133X.Subject(s): Rome -- Colonies -- Africa | Africa, North -- Antiquities | Africa, North -- History -- To 647Summary: "When the Roman Empire progressively expanded its influence over the North African continent, it encountered a very heterogeneous mix of peoples with a long and diverse history. This collection of papers from the conference 'De Africa Romaque': Merging Cultures Across North Africa (Leicester, 2013), explores the mutual relationships between North African societies and Rome within this context. Moving away from traditional narratives of dominance and resistance, the discussions focus on bringing the local peoples of North Africa and their varied cultural features back into the foreground."--Back cover.
List(s) this item appears in: BSR new acquisitions 2017
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262.AFR.14 (Browse shelf) 1 Available presented by Niccolò Mugnai

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"When the Roman Empire progressively expanded its influence over the North African continent, it encountered a very heterogeneous mix of peoples with a long and diverse history. This collection of papers from the conference 'De Africa Romaque': Merging Cultures Across North Africa (Leicester, 2013), explores the mutual relationships between North African societies and Rome within this context. Moving away from traditional narratives of dominance and resistance, the discussions focus on bringing the local peoples of North Africa and their varied cultural features back into the foreground."--Back cover.

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