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    Roman Imperial Policy from Julian to Theodosius by R. Malcolm Errington


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    Roman Imperial Policy from Julian to Theodosius by R. Malcolm Errington

     

    Book Review by Ian Hughes

     

    In 395 the Roman Empire was divided between the brothers Arcadius in the East and Honorius in the West. It was never reunited in anything but the loosest sense. Until the late-twentieth century historians used the date of 395 as the major cut off point in the history of the Empire: understandably, as after 395 the West went into terminal decline and within three generations had disappeared. This was the accepted analysis until historians such as R. Malcolm Errington published an alternative chronology for the division. In addition, there was debate as to whether the Empire and the Emperor simply reacted to events rather than attempting to influence them by proactive policies, either at home or abroad...

     

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