Peasants, Pastoralists, and Pax Romana: A Different View

In a recent article in "BASOR", E. B. Banning argued through evidence from the Wadi el-Ḥasā Survey that the relationship between the sedentary and nomadic populations of the region was characterized by beneficial "mutualism" rather than the traditional view of conflict. This pape...

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Main Author: Parker, S. Thomas (Author)
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Language:English
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Published: The University of Chicago Press 1987
In: Bulletin of ASOR
Year: 1987, Volume: 265, Pages: 35-51
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