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This index presents the list of modern scholars, terms and concepts of the Later Roman Empire. Arnold Hugh Martin Jones? phenomenal attention to detail and knowledge of the primary sources continue to inspire awe and to make the Later Roman Empire an essential work of reference; yet he was also inevitably influenced by the works of earlier scholars, despite his well-known reluctance to refer to modern authors. A number of the contributors similarly highlight Jones? ambivalent attitude towards archaeology, which already in his own time was transforming the knowledge of the Late Roman world.

Keywords: Arnold Hugh Martin Jones; earlier scholars; Later Roman Empire



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