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Rathbone’s Economic Rationalism: Now “more saleable” than title suggests

Dominic Rathbone’s excellent study on economic sophistication in Roman Egypt is now in paperback.

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This is great: it’s one of those studies that anyone interested in papyrology or economic history should really read and thoroughly digest. However, underscoring just how momentous an occasion this is, Cambridge University Press wrote this concerning the book:

• Growing interest in Roman Egypt • Valuable presentation of papyrus records • Much more saleable than is immediately suggested by the title

Indeed. The hardcover’s original list price was $140–the paperback is a mere $55.

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June 28, 2007 - Posted by | Academy, Classics, Papyrology

1 Comment »

  1. Yes, a mere $55. Those European presses really know how to strain the pocketbook.

    Comment by Jared | June 29, 2007 | Reply


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