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This is an introductory chapter of Part Two Between War and Peace. Sulla and the Administration of the Empire of the book Sulla, the Elites and the Empire: A Study of Roman Policies in Italy and the Greek East. Part Two tries to show that Lucius Cornelius Sulla aimed to place his decisions within a more stable institutional framework. The case of the settlement of Asia Minor shows this aspect of Sulla's policies most clearly. This is, after all, his most important contribution to the administration of the empire, since Sulla did not reorganise the Roman presence in Greece, and it is indeed from this problem that the author's discussion will start.

Keywords: Asia Minor; Greek East; Italy; Lucius Cornelius Sulla; Roman policies



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