Law and Society in the Ancient World (Series)

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The Reputation of the Roman Merchant

Defying a reputation for deceit and greed, Roman merchants strategized to present their good traits and successes

The Discovery of the Fact

Lively investigation of the role of legal institutions in shaping notions of fact from classical Greece and Roman, and beyond

Law and Transaction Costs in the Ancient Economy

A critical element of economic performance from antiquity to the present

The Law of Ancient Athens

A topic fundamental to understanding the ancient world

The Justice of Constantine

Law, Communication, and Control

An examination of Constantine the Great's legislation and government

Gardens and Neighbors

Private Water Rights in Roman Italy

The first in-depth study of Roman water rights in Italy