Luuk de Ligt - Selected Publications#


Peasants, Citizens and Soldiers. Studies in the Demographic History of Roman Italy, 225 BC - AD 100 (Cambridge University Press 2012).

(2005-2011) Spruit, J.E., Chorus, J.M.J. en de Ligt, L. (eds.), Corpus Iuris Civilis. Tekst en Vertaling: Codex Iustinianus, 3 vols, Amsterdam.

(2008) de Ligt, L. en Northwood (eds.), People, Land and Politics. Demographic Developments and the Transformation of Roman Italy, 300 BC-AD 14, Leiden.

(2004), de Ligt L, Hemelrijk EA, Singor HW (eds.), Roman Rule and Civic Life: Local and Regional Perspectives, Amsterdam.

(2002) de Ligt L, de Ruiter J, et al. (eds.), Viva vox iuris Romani. Essays in honour of Johannes Emil Spruit, de Ligt L, de Ruiter J, et al. (eds.), Amsterdam.

Fairs and Markets in the Roman Empire. Economic and Social Aspects of Periodic Trade in a Pre-Industrial Society (Amsterdam 1993).

Edited volumes:
  • (with L.E. Tacoma) (eds), Migration and Mobility in the Early Roman Empire (Leiden 2016).
  • (with S. Northwood) (eds), People, Land and Politics. Demographic Developments and the Transformation of Roman Italy (Leiden 2008).

  • 'Urban systems and the politcal and economic structures of early-imperial Italy,' Rivista di Storia Economica 32 (2016), 17-75.
  • (with P. Garnsey), ‘The Album of Herculaneum and a model of the town’s demography,’ Journal of Roman Archaeology 25 (2012), 69-94.
  • ‘Provincial dediticii in the epigraphic Lex Agraria of 111 BC?’, Classical Quarterly n.s. 58 (2008), 362-367.
  • ‘Poverty and demography: the case of the Gracchan land reforms’, Mnemosyne 57 (2004), 725-757.

  • Urbanization in Former-Han China and in the early Roman empire,’ in: Wang Dunshu (ed.), Proceedings of the Fourth International Symposium on Ancient World History in China (Beijing 2016), 248-258.
  • ‘Livy 27.38 and the vacatio militiae of the maritime colonies,’ in: T. Stek & J. Pelgrom (eds), Roman republican colonization. New perspectives from archaeology and ancient history (Rome 2014), 105-119.
  • Production, consumption and trade in the Roman Republic,’ in D. Hammer (ed.), A Companion to Greek Democracy and the Roman Republic (Oxford 2014), 368-385.
  • Population and Migration’, in: P. Clark (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Cities in World History (Oxford 2013), 147-163.
  • ‘Urban archaeology, urban networks and population dynamics in Roman Italy,’ in: G.J. Burgers, C. Corsi, S. Keay & F. Vermeulen (eds), Urban Landscape Survey in Italy and the Mediterranean (Oxford 2012), 183-196.
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