The Greek City from Alexander to Justinian, by A.H.M. Jones (Oxford, 1940), in 399 bookmarked and searchable pdf pages. From the book jacket: "One of the finest works by a great historian of late antiquity, this book tackles a tremendous span of time [about a thousand years]--from Alexander to the Late Empire--and covers a huge geographical area. 'Greek city' here means any community organized on the Greek model and using Greek for the official language. Jones first describes the movement whereby Greek institutions swept over the Near Eastern lands conquered by Alexander. He goes on to deal with the relations of the central government to the cities, to describe the development of their internal political life and the services rendered by civic governments to their citizens, and, finally he assesses the contribution of the cities to ancient civilization." Attached to the document are links to additional resources. Compiled by Robert Bedrosian.