04742cam a22006734a 4500a12908723SIRSIm o d cr cnu---unuuu050701s2005 enkab ob 001 0 eng d 2004050871N$TengpnN$TOCLCQYDXCPOCLCQCUSERUBYE7BOCLCQTULIBOCLCQOCLCFOCLCQCRCPROCLCQOTZLOAAGLDBCOCUFCOOOCLCQICGU3GK6UOCLCAU3WD6HSTFVNSWRMOCLCQVTSCEFVT2OCLCQAU@FVLWYUG3BUKAHLOCLCQHS0UWKGBA455037bnb012959276Uk326969099505109808646792525994808827999745039103776491810386869881044271671104812424410553147871056422210105806421510597846831060907154106642997010744321371081286482108692326610869470941107340779110911931011103706500203005562(electronic bk.)9780203005569(electronic bk.)978071465480507146548090714654809(alk. paper)128015768297812801576849786610157686661015768511357710739781135771072MYILIB_CUp(OCoLC)60789238(OCoLC)326969099(OCoLC)505109808(OCoLC)646792525(OCoLC)994808827(OCoLC)999745039(OCoLC)1037764918(OCoLC)1038686988(OCoLC)1044271671(OCoLC)1048124244(OCoLC)1055314787(OCoLC)1056422210(OCoLC)1058064215(OCoLC)1059784683(OCoLC)1060907154(OCoLC)1066429970(OCoLC)1074432137(OCoLC)1081286482(OCoLC)1086923266(OCoLC)1086947094(OCoLC)1107340779(OCoLC)1109119310(OCoLC)1110370650e------aw-----ff-----http://id.loc.gov/vocabulary/geographicAreas/ehttp://id.loc.gov/vocabulary/geographicAreas/awhttp://id.loc.gov/vocabulary/geographicAreas/ffmarcgacJC85.I6S54 2005ebTRU001000bisacshPOL036000bisacsh327.123722Sheldon, Rose Mary,1948-https://svde.org/agents/71631289252857https://svde.org/roles/autIntelligence activities in ancient Rome :trust in the gods, but verify /Rose Mary Sheldon.London ;New York :Frank Cass,2005.https://svde.org/agents/5516313484466051 online resource (xxvii, 317 pages) :illustrations, mapstexttxtrdacontenthttp://rdaregistry.info/termList/RDAContentType/1020computercrdamediahttp://rdaregistry.info/termList/RDAMediaType/1002online resourcecrrdacarrierhttp://rdaregistry.info/termList/RDACarrierType/1018data filerdaStudies in IntelligenceIncludes bibliographical references (pages 290-309) and index.Trust in the gods, but verify -- Rome conquers Italy: methods and motives -- Hannibal's spies -- Diplomat, trader, messenger, client, spy: Rome's eyes and ears in the east -- The high price of failure: Crassus and the Parthians -- Caesar goes to Britain -- Julius Caesar and the end of the Roman Republic -- The Augustan revolution : communications and internal security -- Roman military intelligence -- Intelligence systems failure : the slaughter of Varus in the Teutoburgerwald -- Transmission and signaling -- The Roman secret service -- Big brother is watching you.Print version record."Intelligence activities have always been an integral part of statecraft, and the Romans could not have built and protected their empire without them. Professor Sheldon uses the modern concept of the intelligence cycle to trace intelligence activities whether they were done by private citizens, the government, or the military. The range of activities is broad: intelligence and counterintelligence gathering, covert action, clandestine operations, the use of codes and ciphers, and many other types of espionage tradecraft have all left their traces in the ancient sources. This book will certainly dispel the myth that such activities are a modern invention."--Jacket.English.Intelligence serviceRome.https://svde.org/subjects/881631362042216TRUE CRIMEEspionage.bisacshhttps://svde.org/subjects/771631362029023POLITICAL SCIENCEPolitical Freedom & SecurityIntelligence.bisacshhttps://svde.org/subjects/771631362029027Intelligence service.fast(OCoLC)fst00975848https://svde.org/subjects/461631348467863Rome (Empire)fast(OCoLC)fst01204885https://svde.org/subjects/651631348446988Electronic book.https://svde.org/subjects/381631348446313Print version:Sheldon, Rose Mary, 1948-Intelligence activities in ancient Rome.London ; New York : Frank Cass, 20050714654809(DLC) 2004050871(OCoLC)55616493Studies in Intelligence.https://svde.org/opuses/771631362560102https://svde.org/works/771631362560103Available to Stanford-affiliated users.http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?authtype=ip,sso&custid=s4392798&direct=true&scope=site&db=nlebk&AN=115892WMSEBSCO Academic Comprehensive CollectionProvider: EBSCOsubscribedeLoaderURLuc4ucocm6078923892STFNO EXPORTAUTHORITY VENDOR20190128INTERNET RESOURCEASIS112908723-1001INTERNETSULNYSUL1/18/2019http://rdaregistry.info/Elements/m/P30004http://worldcat.org/oclc/60789238Intelligence activities in ancient Romehttps://svde.org/opuses/881631362042206https://svde.org/works/881631362042208https://svde.org/instances/771631362560081STANFORD