Tonisch, Mareike : Omnia Romae cum pretio. Löhne, Preise und Werte im Römischen Reich

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"Tonisch, Mareike : Omnia Romae cum pretio. Löhne, Preise und Werte im Römischen Reich "

Mareike Tonisch,
Omnia Romae cum pretio. Löhne, Preise und Werte im Römischen Reich
(Veröffentlichungen des Institutes für Numismatik und Geldgeschichte, Band 25)

Wien 2022

ISBN 978-3-9504268-4-7


382 S.,  zahlreiche Abbildungen, Grafiken und Tabellen, 29,7 x 23,5 cm; kartoniert


Die Dissertation zielt auf die möglichst vollständige Erfassung der lateinischen Inschriften mit Angaben zu Löhnen, Preisen und Werten. Damit wird eine Forschungslücke geschlossen und auf Grundlage der epigraphischen, literarischen und papyrologischen Evidenz eine Gesamtauswertung ermöglicht. Geographisch umfasst das Untersuchungsgebiet die weströmischen Provinzen einschließlich des Alpen- und Balkanraumes sowie die nordafrikanischen Provinzen des Römischen Reiches und Ägypten. Der zeitliche Rahmen reicht von der Einführung des Denars 211 v. Chr. bis zu der von Diokletian 294 n. Chr. durchgeführten, umfassenden Währungsreform.  


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