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How to Manage Your Slaves by Marcus Sidonius Falx (The Marcus Sidonius Falx Trilogy) Paperback – 7 May 2015
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Falx deus domesticus est! Luce sunt clariora sua consilia omnia (Marcus Tullius Cicero)
Entertaining and well-researched (Patrick Kidd Times 2014-05-31)
Thought-provoking and illuminating (Orlando Bird FT 2014-06-07)
Toner's commentary ... is excellent ... This book is at its best when Toner analyses Roman attitudes to slavery, and how little they changed even when Christianity began to take hold in the ancient world ... packed with fascinating references to the earliest writings about slavery (Natalie Haynes Independent 2014-06-14)
Marcus dispenses advice with aplomb ... he is a fascinating creation (Nick Romeo TLS 2014-10-31)
An entertaining and amazingly informative guide to the realities of slavery in ancient Rome, with an introduction by Mary BeardSee all Product description
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It now sits on my shelves between Marcus Aurelius and Seneca.
Separate from Roman History, I found much in it that I could have used in my Management Classes as a lecturer - for are we not "wage slaves" - how to treat people fairly and get improved performance from them.
By no means heavy and a great access point for anyone interested in Roman slavery. Highly recommended.