Invisible Citizens : Captives and Their Consequences

Title

Invisible Citizens : Captives and Their Consequences

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Description

Throughout history, warfare and raiding forced captives from one society into another, forming an almost invisible stratum of many people without kin and largely outside the social systems in which they lived. Invisible Citizens explores the profound effects this mingling of societies and customs had on cultural development around the world. (Amazon.com)

ISBN

9780874809367

Publication Date

1-1-2008

Document Type

Book

Publisher

University of Utah Press

Department

Civil, Environmental & Architectural Engineering

Keywords

Human remains (Archaeology); Social archaeology; Slaves; Slave trade

Comments

Edited by Catherine M. Cameron

4 Captivity, Slavery, and Cultural Exchange between Rome and the Germans from the First to the Seventh Century CE / Noel Lenski 80