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41 Finley (1999 [1973]). 42 For good discussion of Finley’s views on the ancient economy see Morris (1994) and (1999). 43 Finley (1998 [1980]), see in particular Shaw’s introduction (pp. 38–9) for a good summary of Finley’s views. For the most recent discussion of late Roman slavery, see Harper (2011), who criticises the notion of a ‘merger’ of slaves and the free poor in the later Roman world. 44 Finley (1983), (1985). 45 Love (1991). 46 Engels (1990). 47 Morgan (2003); Cohen (2002); Hall (2002); Verboven (2007); N.

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