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Título Imagining Emperors in the Later Roman Empire / edited by Diederik W.P. Burgersdijk and Alan J. Ross

Publicación Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2018
Ubicación Signatura Tipo de préstamo Estado Notas
 B.Filosofía-Depósito  H.ANT 5-1118    PRÉSTAMO LARGO  DISPONIBLE
Descripción física XI, 356 p. ; 24 cm
Colección Cultural interactions in the Mediterranean ; 1
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Bibliografía Bibliografía
Contiene: Decius and Valerian / David Potter -- Scelerum Inventor Et Malorum Machinator. Diocletian and the Tetrarchy in Lactantius, De Mortibus Persecutorum / Jürgen K. Zangenberg -- An Emperor for all Seasons' Maximian and the Transformation of His Political Representation / Alessandro Maranesi -- Maxentius and the Aeternae Urbis Suae Conditores: Rome and its Founders from Maximian to Constantine (289-313) / Raphael G.R. Hunsucker -- Constantine, the Tetrarchy, and the Emperor Augustus / Catherine Ware -- Constantine's Son Crispus and His Image in Contemporary Panegyrical Accounts / Diederik Burgersdijk -- Uncovering Constans' Image / George Woudhuysen -- The Constantinians' Return to the West: Julian's Depiction of Constantius in Oration 1 / Alan J. Ross -- Julian's Self- Representation in Coins and Texts / Ma Pilar García Ruiz -- Jovian between History and Myth / Jan Willem Drijvers -- Valentinian as Portrayed by Ammianus: A Kaleidoscopic Image / Daniël den Hengst -- Gratitude to Gratian: Ausonius' Thanksgiving for His Consulship / Bruce Gibson -- Authorising Freedom of Speech under Theodosius / Roger Rees -- Claudian's Stilicho at the Urbs: Roman Legitimacy for the Half-Barbarian Regent / Álvaro Sánchez-Ostiz
Resumen: Imagining Emperors in the Later Roman Empire offers new analysis of the textual depictions of a series of emperors in the fourth century within overlapping historical, religious, and literary contexts. Drawing on the recent Representational Turn in the study of imperial power, these essays examine how literary authors working in various genres, both Latin and Greek, and of differing religious affiliations construct and manipulate the depiction of a series of emperors from the late third to the late fourth centuries CE. In a move away from traditional source criticism, this volume opens up new methodological approaches to chart intellectual and literary history during a critical century for the ancient Mediterranean world
Materia Emperadores romanos
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Autor secundario Burgersdijk, Diederik W. P., ed. lit.
Ross, Alan J., ed. lit.
ISBN 9789004370890