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Edward Gibbon and Francis Haverfield : the traditions of imperial decline.

Rogers, Adam and Hingley, Richard (2010) 'Edward Gibbon and Francis Haverfield : the traditions of imperial decline.', in Classics & imperialism in the British Empire. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 189-209.


An article that explores Gibbon's writings about declime and fall and the impact of this work on the late Victorian and Edwardian archaeologists, Francis Haverfield. Part of a book that explores the relationship of classical knowledge to the maintenance of the British empire.

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Date of first online publication:September 2010
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