0,00 $

Tel.: +48 604143011, Fax: +48 12 2595690

The Roman Empire in the Light of Epigraphical and Normative Sources

30,00 $

Default Title
ISBN: 978-83-231-2869-4
Description: softcover, 175 pp. (21x15cm), phots.
Condition: very good
Weight: 250g.





Kłodziński Karol, Królczyk Krzysztof, Olszaniec Szymon, Pawlak Marcin, Tatarkiewicz Anna, Wojciechowski Przemysław, Society and religions, Studies in Greek and Roman History, vol. 4: The Roman Empire in the Light of Epigraphical and Normative Sources, Wydawnictwo Naukowe Uniwersytetu Mikołaja Kopernika, Torun 2013



The monograph is published as a part of Society and Religions, Studies in Greek and Roman History series (the previous volumes were edited by Danuta Musiał in 2005, 2007 and 2010). The book is the result of cooperation by historians from two universities: Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń and Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. The authors decided to publish the volume as a monograph, as all the studies, despite their different subjects, refer to inscriptions and normative sources. We hope that the book presented to readers will constitute a valuable review of study opportunities these types of sources offer to historians of almost all specialties while studying the Roman-Greek Empire.



Introduction
Roman preparation for the Persian campaign (expeditio Persica) of Emperor Severus Alexander – Krzysztof Królczyk
Preaetorian prefects of Italy and Africa as administrators of cursus publicus in the Theodosian Code (until 425 AD) – Szymon Olszaniec
The Office A Memoria in the Imperial Court Offices in the Principate – Karol Kłodziński
Cult Appellations and Hercules Worship in Imperial Rome – Przemysław Wojciechowski
Deputies of the Peloponnesian cities at the Panhellenion – Marcin Pawlak
Childbirth under the care of a midwife in Rome. The ideal of Soranus and the reality of inscriptions. An outline of the problem – Anna Tatarkiewicz
Bibliography

We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. If you continue we'll assume that you understand this. Learn more
Accept