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Failure of empire

Noel Emmanuel Lenski

Failure of empire

Valens and the Roman state in the fourth century A.D.

by Noel Emmanuel Lenski

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Published by University of California Press in Berkeley, London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Valens, -- Emperor of the East, -- ca. 328-378.,
  • Valentinian -- I, -- Emperor of Rome, -- 321-375.,
  • Byzantine Empire -- History -- Valens, 364-378.,
  • Rome -- History -- Valentinian I, 364-375.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 403-442. Includes index.

    StatementNoel Lenski.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 454 p. :
    Number of Pages454
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22081278M
    ISBN 100520233328
    LC Control Number20029716


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About the Book Failure of Empire is the first comprehensive biography of the Roman emperor Valens and his troubled reign (a.d. Valens will always be remembered for his spectacular defeat and death at the hands of the Goths in the Battle of Adrianople.

Failure of Empire is the first comprehensive biography of the Roman emperor Valens and his troubled reign (a.d. Valens will always be remembered for his spectacular defeat and death at the hands of the Goths in the Battle of Adrianople.

This singular misfortune won him a front-row seat among history's great losers.5/5(2). The book uses a notion of counterfactual history to explore the failure of the Roman empire and the great divergence in economic growth in the 19th century, centered on Britain and Northern Europe.

Sadly counterfactual history appears to be a macguffin/5.