|Series||Studia historica -- 30|
|LC Classifications||JC85 P9 J37 1950A|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||174|
The origins and history of the pro-consular and the propraetorian imperium to 27 B. C. - Jashemski, Wilhelmina Mary Feemster, - Call Number: JCP9 J3 This book is divided into four chapters, as well as multiple appendices. The Origins and History of the Proconsular and Propraetorian 'Imperium' to 27 B.C. by Wilhelmina Feemster Jashemski (p. ) Review by: A. F. Giles DOI: / The Origins and History of the Proconsular and the Propraetorian Imperium to 27 B.C. by Wilhelmina Feemster Jashemski (pp. ) Review by: W. F. McDonald DOI: / Promagistracy Wilhelmina Feemster Jashemski: The Origins and History of the Proconsular and the Propraetorian Imperium to 27 B.C. Pp. Ix+ Chicago: University of Chicago Press (London: Cambridge University Press), Paper, 37s. 6d. [REVIEW] H. H. Scullard - - The Classical Review 2 (02)Author: J. March.
Book Reviews. Roman Rule in Asia Minor to the End of the Third Century after Christ, Vol. The Origins and History of the Proconsular and the Propraetorian Imperium to 27 B.C. Wilhelmina Feemster Jashemski. E. T. Salmon. 47(4), pp. – Jashemski W. F. Jashemski, The Origins and History of the Proconsular and the Propraetorian Imperium to 27 B. C., Chicago Jordán Lorenzo A. A. Jordán Lorenzo, Homenaje senatorial en la península Ibérica, Po , –Author: Alejandro Díaz Fernández. After the senatusconsultum of 52 B.C. by which proconsular governorships were not filled up until five years after the consulship was held, a proconsul might be sent out at any time: Cicero's government of Cilicia began on July 31st (ad Att. , 2); and from this power of filling up proconsular governments at the earliest date at which they. The Origins and History of the Proconsular and the Propraetorian Imperium to 27 b.c. By Wilhelmina Feemster Jashemski. (Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
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