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Many paths to walk: the political and economic integration of nomadic communities in Roman North Africa (I-III cent. A.D.)

Wouter Vanacker (UGent)
(2014) AFRIKA FOCUS. 27(2). p.98-104
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imperialism, integration, nomads Roman Empire, insurgence, trans-Saharan trade, North Africa, coexistence patterns, clio-anthropology

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Vanacker, Wouter. 2014. “Many Paths to Walk: The Political and Economic Integration of Nomadic Communities in Roman North Africa (I-III Cent. A.D.).” Afrika Focus 27 (2): 98–104.
APA
Vanacker, W. (2014). Many paths to walk: the political and economic integration of nomadic communities in Roman North Africa (I-III cent. A.D.). AFRIKA FOCUS, 27(2), 98–104.
Vancouver
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Vanacker W. Many paths to walk: the political and economic integration of nomadic communities in Roman North Africa (I-III cent. A.D.). AFRIKA FOCUS. 2014;27(2):98–104.
MLA
Vanacker, Wouter. “Many Paths to Walk: The Political and Economic Integration of Nomadic Communities in Roman North Africa (I-III Cent. A.D.).” AFRIKA FOCUS 27.2 (2014): 98–104. Print.
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  language     = {eng},
  number       = {2},
  pages        = {98--104},
  title        = {Many paths to walk: the political and economic integration of nomadic communities in Roman North Africa (I-III cent. A.D.)},
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