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Table of Contents
Acknowledgements List of Figures List of Tables Abbreviations Introduction 1. Rome and its economy at the time of the Second Punic War PART I: SOURCES OF REVENUE 2. Indemnities and booty 3. Mining revenues 4. State finance and the lex Sempronia de provincia Asia PART II: THE ROMAN MONEY SUPPLY 5. Cashing in the plunder 6. Credit and financial intermediation PART III: THE APPLICATION OF FUNDS 7. Investment farming and agricultural exploitation 8. Trade, capital, and interconnected markets 9. The creation of 'material complexity' 10. After the credit crunch PART IV: QUANTIFICATION 11. Forecasting the past Summary and conclusions Bibliography Index of Literary Sources General Index