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More from Lukas De Ligt. Mon 17 Sep Peasants, citizens and soldiers: De Ligt, Lukas Publisher: Cambridge ; New York: Cambridge University Press, Includes bibliographical references p. This book argues that the combined literary, epigraphic and archaeological evidence supports the theory that early-imperial Italy had about six million inhabitants.

At the same time the traditional view that the last century of the Republic witnessed a decline in the free Italian population is shown to be untenable. His book Fairs and Markets in the Roman Empire continues to be cited as a standard work on the rural economy of the Roman world.


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  • He has also published widely on the interplay between legal and economic developments with edited volumes including People, Land and Politics: Demographic Developments and the Transformation of Roman Italy, BCD 14 , which has been greeted as a compulsory starting point for all those aspiring to understand the demographic, economic, social and political structures of Roman Republican Italy. This book argues that the combined literary, epigraphic and archaeological evidence supports the theory that early-imperial Italy had about six million inhabitants.

    At the same time the traditional view