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Published volumes

Besides the proceedings of the network’s workshops, the Impact of Empire series (IMEM) also publishes high-quality monographs and collections of essays. The publications in the series reflect the aims and scope of the network and focus on the consequences of the actions and sheer existence of the Roman Empire in the wide, culturally heterogeneous region it dominated (i.e. a large part of Europe, North Africa and the Middle East). The proceedings of the workshops are all available open access, which was made financially possible by the Stichting Ammodo, through the Ammodo Science Award 2017 for Humanities.

Below, an overview of all published volumes is shown.

Federico Santangelo, Sulla, the Elites and the Empire. A Study of Roman Policies in Italy and the Greek East [IMEM 8], Leiden-Boston, 2007.

Carsten Hjort Lange, Res Publica Constituta. Actium, Apollo and the Accomplishment of the Triumviral Assignment [IMEM 10], Leiden-Boston, 2009.

Andrew J. Turner - James H. Kim On Chong-Gossard - Frederik Juliaan Vervaet (eds.), Private and Public Lies. The Discourse of Despotism and Deceit in the Graeco-Roman World [IMEM 11], Leiden-Boston, 2010.

Inge Mennen, Power and Status in the Roman Empire, 193 - 284 AD [IMEM 12], Leiden-Boston, 2011.

Achim Lichterberger, Severus Pius Augustus. Studien zur sakralen Repräsentation und Rezeption der Herrschaft des Septimius Severus und seiner Familie (193-211 n. Chr.) [IMEM 14], Leiden-Boston, 2011.

Erika Manders, Coining Images of Power. Patterns in the Representation of Roman Emperors on Imperial Coinage, A.D. 193-284 [IMEM 15], Leiden-Boston, 2012.

Stéphane Benoist (ed.), Rome, a City and Its Empire in Perspective: The Impact of the Roman World through Fergus Millar's Research [IMEM 16], Leiden-Boston, 2012.

Jesper Majbom Madsen - Roger Rees, Roman Rule in Greek and Latin Writing. Double Vision [IMEM 18], Leiden-Boston, 2014.

Lee L. Brice - Daniëlle Slootjes (eds.), Aspects of Ancient Institutions and Geography. Studies in honor of Richard J.A. Talbert [IMEM 19], Leiden-Boston, 2014.

Wolf Liebeschuetz, East and West in Late Antiquity. Invasion, Settlement, Ethnogenesis and Conflicts of Religion [IMEM 20], Leiden-Boston, 2015.

Koenraad Verboven – Christiaan Laes (eds.), Work, Labour, and Professions in the Roman World [IMEM 23], Leiden-Boston, 2016.

Katja Kröss, Die politische Rolle der stadtrömischen Plebs in der Kaiserzeit [IMEM 24], Leiden-Boston, 2017.

Elena Muñiz Grijalvo – Juan Manuel Cortés Copete – Fernando Lozano Gomez (eds.), Empire and Religion. Religious Change in Greek Cities under Roman Rule [IMEM 25], Leiden-Boston, 2017.

Michal Marciak, Sophene, Gordyene, and Adiabene. Three Regna Minora of Northern Mesopotamia Between East and West [IMEM 26], Leiden-Boston, 2017.

Cristina Rosillo-López (ed.), Political Communication in the Roman World [IMEM 27], Leiden-Boston, 2017.

Toni Ñaco del Hoyo – Fernando López Sánchez (eds.), War, Warlords, and Interstate Relations in the Ancient Mediterranean [IMEM 28], Leiden-Boston, 2017.

Alex Imrie, The Antonine Constitution. An Edict for the Caracallan Empire [IMEM 29], Leiden-Boston, 2018.

Ghislaine van der Ploeg, The Impact of the Roman Empire on the Cult of Asclepius [IMEM 30], Leiden-Boston, 2018.

Anne Gangloff, Pouvoir impérial et vertus philosophiques. L’évolution de la figure du bon prince sous le Haut-Empire [IMEM 31], Leiden-Boston, 2018 (forthcoming).

Hamish Cameron, Making Mesopotamia - Geography and Empire in a Romano-Iranian Borderland [IMEM 32], Leiden-Boston, 2018.

Nikolas Hächler, Kontinuität und Wandel des Senatorenstandes im Zeitalter der Soldatenkaiser. Prosopographische Untersuchungen zu Zusammensetzung, Funktion und Bedeutung des amplissimus ordo zwischen 235-284 n. Chr. [IMEM 33], Leiden-Boston, 2019.

Sarah Davies, Rome, Global Dreams, and the International Origins of an Empire [IMEM 35], Leiden-Boston, 2019.

Kamil Cyprian Choda - Maurits Sterk de Leeuw - Fabian Schulz, Gaining and Losing Imperial Flavour in Late Antiquity. Representation and Reality [IMEM 36], Leiden-Boston, 2019.

Catalina Balmaceda, Libertas and Res Publica in the Roman Republic. Ideas of Freedom and Roman Politics [IMEM 37], Leiden-Boston, 2020.

Hendrikus A.M. van Wijlick, Rome and the Near Eastern Kingdoms and Principalities, 44-31 BC. A Study of Political Relations during Civil War [IMEM 38], Leiden-Boston, 2020.

Sophia Bönisch-Meyer, Dialogangebote. Die Anrede des Kaisers jenseits der offiziellen Titulatur [IMEM 39], Leiden-Boston, 2021.

María Pilar García Ruiz - Alberto J. Quiroga Puertas, Emperors and Emperorship in Late Antiquity [IMEM 40], Leiden-Boston, 2021.

Marietta Horster - Nikolas Hächler, The Impact of the Roman Empire on Landscapes [IMEM 41], Leiden-Boston, 2021.