Géza Alföldy - Writings


  • Bevölkerung und Gesellschaft der römischen Provinz Dalmatien. Akadémiai Kiadó, Budapest 1965
  • Epigraphische Studien. Rheinland-Verlag, 1968
  • Die Hilfstruppen der römischen Provinz Germania inferior. 1968
  • Fasti Hispanienses. Senatorische Reichsbeamte und Offiziere in den spanischen Provinzen des römischen Reiches von Augustus bis Diokletian. Steiner, Wiesbaden 1969
  • Konsulat und Senatorenstand unter den Antoninen. Prosopographische Untersuchungen zur senatorischen Führungsschicht. Habelt, Bonn 1977
  • Sir Ronald Syme, 'Die römische Revolution' und die deutsche Althistorie. 1983
  • Römische Sozialgeschichte. 3. Aufl. Steiner, Stuttgart 1984 (Wissenschaftliche Paperbacks. Sozial- und Wirtschaftsgeschichte. Band 8)
  • Antike Sklaverei. Widersprüche, Sonderformen, Grundstrukturen. 1988
  • Der Obelisk auf dem Petersplatz in Rom. Ein historisches Monument der Antike. Heidelberg 1990
  • Ungarn 1956. 1998
  • Die römische Gesellschaft. Ausgewählte Beiträge. Steiner, Stuttgart 1998
  • Die Krise des Römischen Reiches. Steiner, Stuttgart 1998
  • Städte, Eliten und Gesellschaften in der Gallia Cisalpina. Epigraphisch-historische Untersuchungen. Steiner, Stuttgart 1999
  • Inschriftliche Denkmäler als Medien der Selbstdarstellung in der römischen Welt. (mit Silvio Panciera) Steiner, Stuttgart 2001
  • Römische Sozialgeschichte. 4., völlig überarbeitete und aktualisierte Aufl. Steiner, Stuttgart 2011

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