This introductory chapter shows how the contribution of science has broadened even further as entirely new types of evidence from genetics to climate proxies have been brought to bear on historical inquiries in recent years. Thanks to this accelerating expansion, the study of history in general is now approaching a new stage of interdisciplinarity that is firmly grounded in the recognition that human and natural history are intimately and inseparably intertwined. Indeed, the study of the ancient Roman world is no exception to this trend. The chapter embarks on the potential applications of biohistory for ancient Roman history. It also discusses the integration of conventional evidence with scientific findings.
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