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By Jean Andreau,Raymond Descat,Marion Leopold

Jean Andreau and Raymond Descat holiday new floor during this comparative heritage of slavery in Greece and Rome. targeting slaves’ financial function in society, their the most important contributions to Greek and Roman tradition, and their day-by-day and kin lives, the authors learn different ways that slavery developed within the cultures. available to either students and scholars, this e-book presents an in depth evaluate of the traditional facts and the trendy debates surrounding the gigantic and mostly invisible populations of enslaved peoples within the classical world.

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