An Index to Roman Imperial Constitutions from Greek Inscriptions and Papyri

An Index to Roman Imperial Constitutions from Greek Inscriptions and Papyri

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Author: Vasilis I. Anastasiadis

Publisher: De Gruyter

ISBN: 3110168367

Category: Law

Page: 225

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Roman Imperial Constitutions, preserved in Greek inscriptions and papyri (letters, edicts, subscripts, etc.) are indispensable sources for the history of the Roman Empire. This index provides a research tool for scholars, illustrating the language variety of Greek used by the imperial chancellery.
Categories: Law

Selbstdarstellung und Kommunikation

Selbstdarstellung und Kommunikation

Weiterhin werden folgende Abkürzungen benutzt : Anastasiadis - Souris , Index = V. I. Anastasiadis - G. A. Souris , An Index to Roman Imperial Constitutions from Greek Inscriptions and Papyri . 27 BC to 284 AD , 2000 Crawford , Statutes ...

Author: Rudolf Haensch

Publisher: C.H.Beck

ISBN: 3406582877

Category: Diplomatics, Latin

Page: 488

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Categories: Diplomatics, Latin

Deleto paene imperio Romano

Deleto paene imperio Romano

Ein historisches Monument der Antike , Heidelberg 1990 Anastasiadis , Vasilis I. / Souvis , George A. , An Index to Roman Imperial Constitutions from Greek Inscriptions and Papyri , Berlin u . a . 2000 Ando , Clifford , Imperial ...

Author: Klaus-Peter Johne

Publisher: Franz Steiner Verlag

ISBN: 3515089411

Category: History

Page: 472

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Kaum eine andere Periode der r�mischen Geschichte bietet ein so turbulentes Bild wie die Soldatenkaiserzeit zwischen 235 und 284 n. Chr. Zahlreiche Einf�lle von Germanen und Persern, h�ufige Herrscherwechsel und wirtschaftliche Probleme erschuetterten das R�mische Reich in seinen Grundfesten. Neben Krisensymptomen lassen sich aber auch Reformans�tze aufzeigen. Der Band vereinigt die Vortr�ge einer Berliner Tagung vom Juli 2005. Die 20 Autorinnen und Autoren untersuchen die Transformationsprozesse auf Reichsebene, in den Regionen und auf dem Gebiet der Religion sowie die Deutungsmodelle in der Forschungsgeschichte. Sie leisten damit einen Beitrag zur kontroversen Diskussion ueber den Charakter dieser Epoche. Inhalt Klaus-Peter Johne / Thomas Gerhardt / Udo Hartmann: Einleitung Er�ffnungsvortrag: Hartwin Brandt: Facts and Fictions - Die Historia Augusta und das 3.�Jahrhundert I. Die Transformation des R�mischen Reiches im 3. Jahrhundert I.1. Die politische Transformation des Reiches: Lukas de Blois: The Onset of Crisis in the First Half of the Third Century A.�D. Ulrich Huttner: Zwischen Traditionalismus und Totalitarismus. Zur Ideologie und Praxis der Regierung des Kaisers Decius Bruno Bleckmann: Zu den Motiven der Christenverfolgung des Decius Michael P. Speidel: Gallienus and the Marcomanni Udo Hartmann: Der Mord an Kaiser Gallienus � Klaus-Peter Johne: Die Illyrischen Kaiser als Herrscher neuen Typs Olivier Hekster�/ Erika Manders: Kaiser gegen Kaiser: Bilder der Macht im 3.�Jahrhundert I.2. Wandel und Kontinuit�t in den Regionen des R�mischen Reiches: Christian Witschel: Zur Situation im r�mischen Africa w�hrend des 3.�Jahrhunderts Kai Ruffing: Wirtschaftliche Prosperit�t im 3. Jahrhundert: Die St�dte �gyptens als Paradigma? Werner Oenbrink: Shahba�/ Philippopolis - Die Transformation einer safaitisch-arabischen Siedlung in eine r�mische Colonia Johannes Noll�: Bronzene Reflexe einer Krise. Das st�dtische Muenzwesen Kleinasiens als Indikator von Ph�nomenen der Reichskrise des 3.�Jahrhunderts und von zeitgen�ssischem Krisenempfinden I.3. Transformation religi�ser Vorstellungen im 3. Jahrhundert: Thorsten Fleck: Isis, Sarapis, Mithras und die Ausbreitung des Christentums im 3. Jahrhundert Desmond Durkin-Meisterernst: Die manich�ische Mission in Palmyra. Die Quellen und ihre Auswertung II. Die Rezeption der Soldatenkaiserzeit II.1. Die Rezeption im Mittelalter und in der Fruehen Neuzeit: Andreas Goltz: Zerrbilder eines Herrschers und Christenverfolgers. Zur Rezeption Kaiser Valerians in Sp�tantike, Mittelalter und Neuzeit Kathrin Schade: Palladio und die Soldatenkaiser. Renaissancezeichnungen verlorener Monumentalbauten des 3.�Jahrhunderts in Rom II.2. Das 3.�Jahrhundert in der modernen Forschung: Monika Schuol: Die Wuerdigung der Soldatenkaiserzeit in der rechtsgeschichtlichen Forschung Thomas Gerhardt: Zur Geschichte des Krisenbegriffs Matth�us Heil: �Soldatenkaiser� als Epochenbegriff Die Soldatenkaiser � Abkuerzungsverzeichnis � Abbildungsverzeichnis � Autorenverzeichnis � Register � Tafeln.
Categories: History

Violence in Roman Egypt

Violence in Roman Egypt

Herwig Maehler, “Greek, Roman, and Egyptian Law,” Journal of Juristic Papyrology 35 (2005): 125–26; ... An Index to Roman Imperial Constitutions from Greek Inscriptions and Papyri: 27 B.C. to 284 A.D. (Berlin: de Gruyter, 2000). 67.

Author: Ari Z. Bryen

Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press

ISBN: 9780812208214

Category: History

Page: 376

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What can we learn about the world of an ancient empire from the ways that people complain when they feel that they have been violated? What role did law play in people's lives? And what did they expect their government to do for them when they felt harmed and helpless? If ancient historians have frequently written about nonelite people as if they were undifferentiated and interchangeable, Ari Z. Bryen counters by drawing on one of our few sources of personal narratives from the Roman world: over a hundred papyrus petitions, submitted to local and imperial officials, in which individuals from the Egyptian countryside sought redress for acts of violence committed against them. By assembling these long-neglected materials (also translated as an appendix to the book) and putting them in conversation with contemporary perspectives from legal anthropology and social theory, Bryen shows how legal stories were used to work out relations of deference within local communities. Rather than a simple force of imperial power, an open legal system allowed petitioners to define their relationships with their local adversaries while contributing to the body of rules and expectations by which they would live in the future. In so doing, these Egyptian petitioners contributed to the creation of Roman imperial order more generally.
Categories: History

Local Knowledge and Microidentities in the Imperial Greek World

Local Knowledge and Microidentities in the Imperial Greek World

G.A. (2000) An Index to Roman Imperial Constitutions from Greek Inscriptions and Papyri, 27 BC–284 AD, Berlin Anderson, B. (1991) Imagined Communities: Reflections on the Origin and Spread of Nationalism, New York Ando,C. (1999) 'Was ...

Author: Tim Whitmarsh

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9780521761468

Category: History

Page: 243

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A reappraisal of current ideas about Greek identity under the Roman empire, first published in 2010.
Categories: History

The Oxford Handbook of Roman Epigraphy

The Oxford Handbook of Roman Epigraphy

An Index to Roman Imperial Constitutions from Greek Inscriptions and Papyri 27 BC to 284 AD. new York. Barnes, T.D. 1989. “Emperors on the Move.” JRA 2: 247–261. Birley, A.R. 1997. Hadrian, the Restless Emperor. London and new York.

Author: Christer Bruun

Publisher: Oxford Handbooks

ISBN: 9780195336467

Category: Art

Page: 929

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"Inscriptions are for anyone interested in the Roman world and Roman culture, whether they regard themselves as literary scholars, historians, archaeologists, anthropologists, religious scholars or work in a field that touches on the Roman world from c. 500 BCE to 500 CE and beyond. The goal of The Oxford Handbook of Roman Epigraphy is to show why inscriptions matter and to demonstrate to classicists and ancient historians, their graduate students, and advanced undergraduates, how to work with epigraphic sources"--
Categories: Art

A Companion to the Flavian Age of Imperial Rome

A Companion to the Flavian Age of Imperial Rome

An Index to Roman Imperial Constitutions from Greek Inscriptions and Papyri. New York: De Gruyter. Brunt, Peter A. 1977. “Lex de Imperio Vespasiani.” JRS 67: 95–116. Bruun, Christer. 2009. “Riflessioni sulla parte perduta della lex de ...

Author: Andrew Zissos

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781118878095

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 624

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A Companion to the Flavian Age of Imperial Rome provides a systematic and comprehensive examination of the political, economic, social, and cultural nuances of the Flavian Age (69–96 CE). Includes contributions from over two dozen Classical Studies scholars organized into six thematic sections Illustrates how economic, social, and cultural forces interacted to create a variety of social worlds within a composite Roman empire Concludes with a series of appendices that provide detailed chronological and demographic information and an extensive glossary of terms Examines the Flavian Age more broadly and inclusively than ever before incorporating coverage of often neglected groups, such as women and non-Romans within the Empire
Categories: Literary Criticism

Emperors and Ancestors

Emperors and Ancestors

210, with 617–27 for an overview of Greek nomenclature of the relevant emperors, supplemented by V.I. Anastasiadis and G. A. Souris (eds), An Index to Roman Imperial Constitutions from Greek Inscriptions and Papyri 27 bc to AD 284 ...

Author: Olivier Hekster

Publisher: Oxford Studies in Ancient Cult

ISBN: 9780198736820

Category: History

Page: 428

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This is the first systematic analysis of the different ways in which Roman imperial lineage was represented in the various 'media' through which images of emperors could be transmitted. Rather than focusing on individual rulers of the Roman Empire, it evaluates evidence over an extended period of time and differentiates between various types of sources, such as inscriptions, sculpture, architecture, literary text, and particularly central coinage, which forms the most convenient source material for a modern reconstruction of Roman representations of power over a prolonged period of time.
Categories: History

Elenchus of Biblica

Elenchus of Biblica

9480 Visilis , I. Anastasiadis ; Souris , George A. An index to Roman imperial constitutions from Greek inscriptions and papyri 27 BC to 284 AD . 2000⇒16,8847 . RHZ 275 ( 2002 ) 713-714 ( Bartels , Jens ) . 9481 Wagner , G. Les ostraca ...


Publisher: Gregorian Biblical BookShop

ISBN: 8876536272


Page: 856

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Cosmopolitanism and Empire

Cosmopolitanism and Empire

An Index to Roman Imperial Constitutions from Greek Inscriptions and Papyri: 27 bc to 284 ad. Berlin. Anderson, A. (1998). “Cosmopolitanism, Universalism, and the Divided Legacies of Modernity,” in P. Cheah and B. Robbins, eds., ...

Author: Myles Lavan

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780190465674

Category: History

Page: 432

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The empires of the ancient Near East and Mediterranean invented cosmopolitan politics. In the first millennia BCE and CE, a succession of territorially extensive states incorporated populations of unprecedented cultural diversity. Cosmopolitanism and Empire traces the development of cultural techniques through which empires managed difference in order to establish effective, enduring regimes of domination. It focuses on the relations of imperial elites with culturally distinct local elites, offering a comparative perspective on the varying depth and modalities of elite integration in five empires of the ancient Near East and Mediterranean. If cosmopolitanism has normally been studied apart from the imperial context, the essays gathered here show that theories and practices that enabled ruling elites to transcend cultural particularities were indispensable for the establishment and maintenance of trans-regional and trans-cultural political orders. As the first cosmopolitans, imperial elites regarded ruling over culturally disparate populations as their vocation, and their capacity to establish normative frameworks across cultural boundaries played a vital role in the consolidation of their power. Together with an introductory chapter which offers a theory and history of the relationship between empire and cosmopolitanism, the volume includes case studies of Assyrian, Seleukid, Ptolemaic, Roman, and Iranian empires that analyze encounters between ruling classes and their subordinates in the domains of language and literature, religion, and the social imaginary. The contributions combine to illustrate the dilemmas of difference that imperial elites confronted as well as their strategies for resolving the cultural contradictions that their regimes precipitated.
Categories: History