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Title: El impacto del ejército romano en la sociedad bajo imperial
Author: Martín Merino, Mario
Director: Oller Guzmán, Joan  
Tutor: Glòria, Munilla  
Others: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya
Abstract: The outbreak of the Third Century Crisis will imply several changes in the configuration and idea of the imperial structure as it was known until that moment, leading to severe sociopolitical consequences that redefined the relations between the Imperial army and the Roman society of the Lower Empire. Those changes will run parallel with the evolution of the society, and therefore of the Roman state itself. In a period marked by instability and difficulties, both internal and external, relations between the Roman army and society will not be easy, which will lead to situations that eventually led to abuses of various types and scope that will eventually lead to the disaffection of the population, that perceived the army as an ineffective institution, unable to fulfill its tasks. In addition, it demanded a large amount of resources for their livelihood, which led, among other things, to an increase in tax pressure and a lesser identification with Rome itself and its values.
Keywords: social crises
Roman army
low Roman heritage
Document type: info:eu-repo/semantics/masterThesis
Issue Date: 3-Jul-2017
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