The Influence of Wealth in Imperial Rome

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The Influence of Wealth in Imperial Rome  (1910) 
by William Stearns Davis
Published in New York, 1910. (Questia)
Contents
Preface
I The Business Panic of 33 A.D. 1
II Political Corruption and High Finance, Especially Under the Later Republic 6
III Commerce, Trade, the Accumulation of Wealth 37
IV The Expenditure of Wealth 152
V Slaves, Freedmen and Plebeians 194
VI Private Munificence and Some Modern Phases 248
VII Marriage, Divorce and Childlessness 288
VIII Some Reasons Why the Roman Empire Fell 314
Index 265


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