"Rather than trying to understand the [Roman] Empire through the lens of modern organizations and institutions, Gargola looks at the idiosyncratic way the elite viewed the geographical world around them and how it fundamentally informed the way they ruled over their dominion. From what geometrical patterns they preferred to how they constructed their hierarchies in space, Gargola brings together a wide body of disparate materials to demonstrate how spatial orientation dictated action"--
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