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THE ROMAN EMPIRE AND ITS ECONOMY 33 Beloch made an accurate estimate of the area of diﬀerent components of the empire, which was not available in ancient times. He used planimetric estimates by military cartographers: Behm 1866, Petermann 1872, and Strelbitzky 1882, making detailed adjustments for diﬀerences between ancient and modern boundaries (p. 28). All subsequent analysts of Roman demography have accepted Beloch’s territorial estimates. By showing density of settlement, they provide an important crosscheck on the plausibility of his population estimates.
5’. He assumed that a patrician’s residence, domus, had an average of ten inhabitants. This gave him a total of 173,000 inhabitants, but he augmented this low ﬁgure, because, ‘Rome was known for its great apartment houses swarming with people’. Later, in Russell (1985: 12–19), he estimated the average height of insulae from surviving remnants of a large marble map of Rome (Forma Urbis), which apparently indicated the number of stories in each individual insula. 4 people per insula. He reverted to his low estimate of 173,000.
The descriptive text is forthright and reader-friendly. 2. McEvedy published six other historical-demographic atlases of which New Penguin Atlas of the Ancient World (2nd edn, 2002) is the most useful for our purpose. 25 million) is about three-quarters of Beloch’s 54 million. For Europe their total is similar but their estimates are much smaller for Asia and the Maghreb. 5 million; McEvedy and Jones 11 million less. 3 million less. 115 for Cyprus; p. 136 for Asia Minor; p. 140 for Syria; p. 220 for the Maghreb; p.