own workers as army recruits. In The World of Late Antiquity (1971 Peter Brown offers an alternative interpretation of the period between the second and eighth centuries AD, and Framing the Early Middle Ages (2005) by Christopher Wickham presents hitherto unavailable evidence from both documentary and archaeological sources. His successor Jovian, acclaimed by a demoralized army, began his brief reign (363364) trapped in Mesopotamia without supplies. Inflation also weakened the traditional industries and trades. Stilicho sent Sarus, a Gothic general, over the Alps to face the usurper Constantine III, but he lost and barely escaped, having to leave his baggage to the bandits who now infested the Alpine passes. In 392 he forbade even private honor to the gods, and pagan rituals such as the Olympic Games. Constantius continued the siege, defeating a relieving army.
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