Readership: Scholars and advanced students of the history of the late Roman Empire (3rd and 4th centuries AD).
Simon Corcoran, Research Fellow in the Department of History, University College London
"With its undoubted authority and clear organisation, many will be tempted to use The Empire of the Tetrarchs as a reference book; they should not. Corcoran marshals important arguments carefully and quietly, and The Empire of the Tetrarchs deserves to be read from cover to cover." - Roger Rees, Edinburgh University, Hermathena
"A general index and an index locorum complete a thorough and thoroughly impressive work." - Roger Rees, Edinburgh University, Hermathena
"Corcoran enjoys the enviable ability to mine in the murky depths some of Late Antiquity's most impenetrable unaccommodating material - to unearth diamonds ... The Empire of the Tetrarchs is scintillating, valuable and, I'd wager, very
durable." - Roger Rees, Edinburgh University, Hermathena