Award Date

12-2011

Degree Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Master of Arts in History

Department

History

First Committee Member

Andrew Bell, Chair

Second Committee Member

John Curry

Third Committee Member

Elspeth Whitney

Graduate Faculty Representative

William Jankowiak

Number of Pages

123

Abstract

Romanization is the process of understanding how Rome culturally expanded beyond military actions. This study seeks to compare how Romanization proceeded in the provinces of Britain and Egypt.

Keywords

Britain; Civilization – Roman influences; Egypt; Great Britain; History, Ancient; Romanization; Romans; Rome; Social sciences

Disciplines

African History | Cultural History | European History | History | Political History | Social History

Language

English


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