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Title: Policing and the Roman Empire
Author: Couper, James Grant
Keywords: Roman Empire
Policing
Issue Date: 13-Jun-2007
Publisher: Trinity College Dublin
Abstract: The Roman Empire, from the beginning of the Principate (28 BC onwards), had no full-time dedicated police force as we understand the concept. However the state had to deal with individuals and groups who were intent on threatening local law and order: thieves, cattle rustlers, murderers, bandits and their supporters.
Description: Exhibited at the second Glucksman Memorial Symposium on June 13th 2007
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2262/10640
Appears in Collections:Glucksman Memorial Symposium Posters 2007

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