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THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE (241 BC - AD 193). - Braud, David C., ed.  (Joyce Reynolds, W.S. Hanson, David C. Braud.)
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Harmondsworth: Penguin Hardcover . Very Good/Good. 1953. First Edition. Hardcover. 4to 28.2 x 22.6 x 4.4 Cm Dust jacket unclipped, some loss to edges. Red cloth, with gilt titling on spine, title backed in black. No ownership marks. A very few spot to page tips. xviii, 373p + 192 pages of plates, numerous plans and over 300 half tone illustrations.Bibliog, index clean and tight.. A very heavy book but no extra postage will be asked for beyond default. No international Air Mail available on this title. This companion volume to Professor Water-house's Painting in Britain 1530-7790 describes the architecture of the period that stretches from the Early Renaissance to the post-Waterloo Greek and Gothic Revivals. Among the great names of those centuries were Inigo Jones, Christopher Wren, Vanbrugh, Robert Adam, and John Nash. During the same period were built Hampton Court, Hatfield, the new St Paul's, the City Churches, the graceful London Squares, and the crescents and terraces of Bath. In addition to the main text there are two long appendices, one on Scottish architecture and the other on the architecture c f the Thirteen Colonies. Numerous plans, the majority of which have been especially drawn for this book, and over three hundred half-tone illustrations form an integral part of the author's discourse. ., Penguin Hardcover, 1953, Berkeley. 2008. University Of California Press. 1st American Edition. Very Good In Dustjacket. With Essays by Victoria Steele and Marc Treib and Contributions by Claudine Dixon and Allegra Pesenti. 192 pages. February 2008. hardcover. ISBN: 9780943739335. inventory # 36314. FROM THE PUBLISHER - For nearly thirty years, starting in the 1960s, Franklin D. Murphy was a dominant figure in the cultural development of Los Angeles. As chancellor of UCLA and later as chief executive of the Times Mirror company, Murphy channeled more than a billion dollars into the city’s universities, museums, concert halls, and libraries. The Franklin D. Murphy Sculpture Garden, one of his landmark projects, is also one of the UCLA campus’s great treasures. Standing as a model for sculpture gardens internationally since its dedication in 1967, the Murphy Garden features seventy-two important modern and contemporary sculptures in a five-acre site designed by landscape architect Ralph Cornell. This fully-illustrated catalog documents the entire Murphy Garden collection and provides a scholarly entry for each artist–a sampling of which includes Deborah Butterfield, Alexander Calder, Henri Matisse, Joan Miró, Henry Moore, Isamu Noguchi, Auguste Rodin, and David Smith. Three essays–by Victoria Steele, Cynthia Burlingham, and Marc Treib– focus respectively on the role of Franklin Murphy in the garden’s planning and execution, the acquisition of the sculptures, and the garden’s significance within the history of sculpture garden design. Cynthia Burlingham has been director of the UCLA Grunwald Center for the Graphic Arts since 2004 and deputy director of collections at the Hammer Museum since 1999. Her research focuses primarily on the history of European prints from the sixteenth through the twentieth century, with additional focus on the development of visual culture and printed books. Recent publications include The French Renaissance in Prints (1995); Picturing Childhood: Illustrated Children’s Books from University of California Collections (1997); The World from Here: Treasures of the Great Libraries of Los Angeles (2001); The Eunice and Hal David Collections of Nineteenth-and Twentieth-Century Works on Paper (2004), and Masters of American Comics (2006). Victoria Steele heads the Department of Special Collections in the Charles E. Young Research Library at UCLA, where she created and also serves as director of the Center for Primary Research and Training. Coauthor of an award-winning book on library development and a former Fulbright Fellow to the United Kingdom, she holds a doctorate in art history and writes about both special collections and art topics. Marc Treib is professor of architecture at the University of California, Berkeley; a practicing designer; and a frequent contributor to architecture, landscape, and design journals.He has held Fulbright, Guggenheim, and Japan Foundation fellowships, as well as an advanced design fellowship at the American Academy in Rome. Recent publications include Noguchi in Paris: The Unesco Garden (2003); Thomas Church, Landscape Architect: Designing a Modern California Landscape (2004); The Donnell and Eckbo Gardens: Modern California Masterworks (2005); and Settings and Stray Paths: Writings on Landscape Architecture (2005). ISBN: 9780943739335., Princeton, NJ, U.S.A.: Princeton University Press, 1988. Trade Paperback. Near Fine. 8 1/2" X 11. This is an illustrated study of the Roman villa as architecture and as a retreat to a country residence for urban Romans, whose political, social, religious, or commercial activities were centered within the city; the emphasis is on the leisure activities the Romans pursued during their retreats and the meaning that the country retreat had for their lives; it explores twenty of the most important residences built by dignitaries of the church and the state; includes early plans and drawings as well as photographs (red covers with black lettering and photo of villa on the front; slight edge wear, otherwise a bright, clean, tight, unmarked copy; this is a very large, heavy volume that can only be shipped by domestic media mail for the listed shipping charge), Princeton University Press, 1988, Paris: Chez Tous Les Libraires. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1855. Hardcover. Rebound in hardcover. Some pencil notations on title page, otherwise no stamps or marks. Light random foxing. Crisp copy. Although rebound in sturdy, institutional-style binding, with bibliographic notations on title page, there is no evidence of ex-library status. ; French language text. Covers the main building 1533-1628, as well as the two wings contructed 1835-1846. This building was destroyed during the French Commune uprising of 1871. The present City Hall in Paris retains the exterior style of the original, but has a completely different floor plan internally. This guidebook was very likely issued for the crowds visiting the 1855 Paris Universal Exposition. ; 102 pages ., Chez Tous Les Libraires, 1855, University of Exeter Press, Exeter, 1993, reprint. 109 pp, 8 1/4" H, soft cover. Map, 2 plans. ISBN 0859892042 "The overseas empire which Rome acquired from the third century BC onwards was perhaps the single most important issue in Roman history thereafter, as the Roman city-state became ever mo re like a world-state. The empire had to be administered. This volume shows how, to a large extent, it came to run itself. In his introduction, David Braund examines the essential framework of the empire as it developed throughout the p e r i o d . H e draws attention to the impact of empire upon Rome itself - an impact that was not only social and economic but also political and ideological. Joyce Reynolds utilises neglected sources - particularly inscriptions - to present an a cc ou nt o f th e r ol e of cities in the life of the empire. W.S. Hanson formulates recent advances in archaeology in his discussion of Roman involvement in the creation of towns in non-urban areas of the western empire, most notably Britain. In the fi nal c hap te r , D avi d Braund presents the results of the latest research on the client kings and queens who bore much of the brunt of empire and who became, from Augustus onwards, ever more a part of the empire, obtaining citizenship and eve n se ats in the Rom an Sen ate by the beginning of the second century AD. A substantial bibliography is appended." Interior - previous owner's small stamp on inside of front cover, very small soft bump to top corner of textblock, otherwi se c lean and t ight wi th n o ot her owne rshi p marks. Exterior - tiny soft crease at corners, minor rubbing, minor wear at top/bottom of spine. Very Good., University of Exeter Press, Exeter, 1993, reprint.

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SAGE, 2009. Hardbound. New Book. Hardbound. This, the fifth volume in a series, explores how to sustain the achievements of school communities while building shared leadership to continue improvements in schools, even under the weight of lean budgets and leadership changes. The book is a collection of essays by leading thinkers in education with topics including: characteristics and nature of effective leadership, sustainable leadership built on shared vision, improving classroom teaching and learning, large-scale reforms, and recruiting and developing new leaders. The book is intended as a reference for school administrators. Editors Houston (Center for Empowered Leadership), Blankstein (founder, HOPE Foundation), and Cole (founder, Edu-Data), and nine authors contributed to the book. (2009 Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR), SAGE, 2009, Blackie & Son, 1944 . Hardback in Dust Wrapper.. Good - in Poor DJ. | 8vo Crown (19 x 13cm Approx.). 299pp. Index. | an account of present-day physical and mental hygiene, designed to meet the requirements of administrators, teachers, parents, health visitors, school nurse, and others interested in the health and welfare of the school child. Reprint of the 1938 First Edition. For more photos or information, use the «Ask Bookseller» button and I'll be pleased to help. The book is in stock and ships from the rustic nirvana of Peasedown St. John, near Bath, England from a long-established bookseller - guaranteed by my reputation and the UK Distance Selling Act. Remember! BUYING THIS BOOK means my Jack Russells get their supper! Condition :: Good - in Poor DJ. DJ badly faded and edgeworn with loss at tail of spine, tape-repaired at same. Faded at head and tail. Leans. Top edges of text block dusty. Previous owners inscription to ffep., Blackie & Son, 1944, University of Exeter Press, Exeter, 1993, reprint. 109 pp, 8 1/4" H, soft cover. Map, 2 plans. ISBN 0859892042 "The overseas empire which Rome acquired from the third century BC onwards was perhaps the single most important issue in Roman history thereafter, as the Roman city-state became ever mo re like a world-state. The empire had to be administered. This volume shows how, to a large extent, it came to run itself. In his introduction, David Braund examines the essential framework of the empire as it developed throughout the p e r i o d . H e draws attention to the impact of empire upon Rome itself - an impact that was not only social and economic but also political and ideological. Joyce Reynolds utilises neglected sources - particularly inscriptions - to present an a cc ou nt o f th e r ol e of cities in the life of the empire. W.S. Hanson formulates recent advances in archaeology in his discussion of Roman involvement in the creation of towns in non-urban areas of the western empire, most notably Britain. In the fi nal c hap te r , D avi d Braund presents the results of the latest research on the client kings and queens who bore much of the brunt of empire and who became, from Augustus onwards, ever more a part of the empire, obtaining citizenship and eve n se ats in the Rom an Sen ate by the beginning of the second century AD. A substantial bibliography is appended." Interior - previous owner's small stamp on inside of front cover, very small soft bump to top corner of textblock, otherwi se c lean and t ight wi th n o ot her owne rshi p marks. Exterior - tiny soft crease at corners, minor rubbing, minor wear at top/bottom of spine. Very Good., University of Exeter Press, Exeter, 1993, reprint.

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University of Exeter Press, Exeter, 1993, reprint. 109 pp, 8 1/4" H, soft cover. Map, 2 plans. ISBN 0859892042 "The overseas empire which Rome acquired from the third century BC onwards was perhaps the single most important issue in Roman history thereafter, as the Roman city-state became ever mo re like a world-state. The empire had to be administered. This volume shows how, to a large extent, it came to run itself. In his introduction, David Braund examines the essential framework of the empire as it developed throughout the p e r i o d . H e draws attention to the impact of empire upon Rome itself - an impact that was not only social and economic but also political and ideological. Joyce Reynolds utilises neglected sources - particularly inscriptions - to present an a cc ou nt o f th e r ol e of cities in the life of the empire. W.S. Hanson formulates recent advances in archaeology in his discussion of Roman involvement in the creation of towns in non-urban areas of the western empire, most notably Britain. In the fi nal c hap te r , D avi d Braund presents the results of the latest research on the client kings and queens who bore much of the brunt of empire and who became, from Augustus onwards, ever more a part of the empire, obtaining citizenship and eve n se ats in the Rom an Sen ate by the beginning of the second century AD. A substantial bibliography is appended." Interior - previous owner's small stamp on inside of front cover, very small soft bump to top corner of textblock, otherwi se c lean and t ight wi th n o ot her owne rshi p marks. Exterior - tiny soft crease at corners, minor rubbing, minor wear at top/bottom of spine. Very Good., University of Exeter Press, Exeter, 1993, reprint.

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The Administration of the Roman Empire: 241 BC - Ad 193

Specialist authors consider the growth and workings of the Roman Empire from the end of the first war with Carthage to the accession of Septimus Severus through such aspects as Roman governors, cities, non-urban areas and client kings.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780859892049
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0859892042
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Erscheinungsjahr: 1988
Herausgeber: UNIV OF EXETER
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Gewicht: 0,177 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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