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  Volume 9, Number 2, Fall 2016

Table of Contents

Landholding and Power in Late Antiquity

From the Editor

pp. 303-304
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Articles

Capital in the Sixth Century: The Dynamics of Tax and Estate in Roman Egypt

pp. 305-414
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Vineyard Ownership: A Habitus of Power? The Roots of Land Tenure and the Culture of Wine-Making among a New Political Class, from Constantine to Julian

pp. 415-435
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Landownership and Power in the Senate of Constantinople

pp. 436-461
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Property and Power of the Senatorial Aristocracy of the Eastern Roman Empire in the Fifth and Sixth Centuries

pp. 462-482
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Becoming Roman?: The Not-So-Curious Case of Aspar and the Ardaburii

pp. 483-511
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Property, Social Status, and Church Building in Visigothic Iberia

pp. 512-541
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Book Reviews

Theodora, Actress, Empress, Saint by David Potter (review)

pp. 542-544
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Religious Practices and Christianization of the Late Antique City (4th–7th cent.) ed. by Aude Busine (review)

pp. 544-547
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A State of Mixture: Christians, Zoroastrians, and Iranian Political Culture in Late Antiquity by Richard E. Payne (review)

pp. 547-549
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Jerome, Vita Malchi. Introduction, Text, Translation, and Commentary by Christa Gray (review)

pp. 549-552
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Justinian’s Balkan Wars: Campaigning, Diplomacy and Development in Illyricum, Thrace and the Northern World A.D. 527–65 by Alexander Sarantis (review)

pp. 552-555
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Churches EA and E at Sardis. Archaeological Exploration of Sardis Report 6. by Hans Buchwald (review)

pp. 555-556
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Inside and Out: Interactions between Rome and the peoples on the Arabian and Egyptian Frontiers in Late Antiquity by J.H.F. Dijkstra, G. Fisher (review)

pp. 557-560
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Jews, Christians and Zoroastrians: Religious Dynamics in a Sasanian Context ed. by Geoffrey Herman (review)

pp. 560-563
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Volume Contents

pp. 567-568
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Research Areas

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