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AEVUM. Abbonamento annuale 2022 novitàdigital
formato: Abbonamento cartaceo + digitale | editore: Vita e Pensiero | anno: 2022
Anno: 2022
Abbonamento annuale alla rivista AEVUM. Rassegna di scienze storiche, linguistiche e filologiche.
€ 143,00
AEVUM - 2021 - 1 novitàdigital
formato: Fascicolo digitale
Anno: 2021
Primo fascicolo del 2021
Philip Austin Stadter (1936-2021) novitàdigital
formato: Articolo | AEVUM - 2021 - 1
Anno: 2021
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Il decreto ateniese sulle misure, i pesi e le monete. Un testo di politica finanziaria novitàdigital
formato: Articolo | AEVUM - 2021 - 1
Anno: 2021
This paper analyses the content of the so-called ‘Coinage Decree’ of Athens with some thoughts on the economic and financial purposes of the prescriptions addressed to the poleis of the Delian-Attic League. The interpretation of the text reduces the imperialist character usually attributed to the decree and highlights the chance that the implementation of Attic coins, measures, and weights in the whole Athenian arche was promoted in a moment of financial recovery following the Peace of Nicias....
€ 6,00
From Aristotle to the Hypotheseis. Didascalic Information between Athens and Alexandria novitàdigital
formato: Articolo | AEVUM - 2021 - 1
Anno: 2021
The hypotheseis to some ancient dramas contain valuable information concerning the year of performance, as well as the authors and plays competing in the same contest. Similar information is also found in five fragments from the Διδασκαλίαι by Aristotle, in ten fragments from an anonymous work entitled Διδασκαλίαι (and attributed to Aristotle by the most important editors of Aristotle’s fragments, Rose and Gigon), and in a group of inscriptions found in Athens and edited by Millis and Olson...
€ 6,00
Rhegium, Rome and the legio Campana: From Historical Reality to Political Propaganda novitàdigital
formato: Articolo | AEVUM - 2021 - 1
Anno: 2021
This paper examines the famous episode of the so-called legio Campana, the Roman garrison of Campanian troops, which, at the time of the Tarentine/Pyrrhic War, killed or exiled a major part of the male population of Rhegium and arbitrarily seized the power over the city. My aim is not to provide a new reconstruction of each step of the affair...
€ 6,00
Herakles as a Weapon of War: Religious Discourses and Local Responses in Ancient Iberia during the Second Punic War novitàdigital
formato: Articolo | AEVUM - 2021 - 1
Anno: 2021
This paper explores the religious discourses used in Hispania’s front lines during the Second Punic World and immediately afterwards, highlighting the significance of Herakles- Melkart as an ideological middle ground for Romans, Carthaginians and Iberian communities. We will pay attention to the ideological agendas of Romans and Carthaginians, both of whom resorted to gods in order to legitimise their political decisions...
€ 6,00
Saturnino y la Rhetorica ad Herennium: una mirada microhistórica novitàdigital
formato: Articolo | AEVUM - 2021 - 1
Anno: 2021
The evidence of the Rhetorica ad Herennium, whose authorship is unknown, offers relevant information regarding the political dynamic of Lucius Appuleius Saturninus, especially in its passage I.21. As it is well known, the information in relation to these historical figures is often directed towards partiality...
€ 6,00
La successione augustea: il rapporto tra Tiberio e Germanico novitàdigital
formato: Articolo | AEVUM - 2021 - 1
Anno: 2021
Our sources have maintained a deformed interpretation of the relationship between Tiberius and Germanicus, due to the fact that they insisted to attack the emperor on a moral and behavioural basis. Perhaps Augustus hoped for Germanicus to become emperor, but it was Tiberius who realized Augustus’ aspiration...
€ 6,00
«Non può dirsi ricco chi non ha mai toccato un solido d’oro» (Temistio II, 30c). Monete e gioielli in età tardoantica novitàdigital
formato: Articolo | AEVUM - 2021 - 1
Anno: 2021
Coin set jewellery was particularly popular in the Roman world during the 3rd century AD, but it continued to be appreciated in late antiquity when new types were introduced and artefacts were created that combined exceptional sumptuousness, extraordinary artistic quality and considerable economic value. A further characteristic element is represented by the increasingly wide acceptance of the transformation of gold coins into ornaments by the populations settled beyond the limes...
€ 6,00
“In oculis lenitatis”. Amable y complaciente: la bondad de carácter en la representación oficial de Constantino novitàdigital
formato: Articolo | AEVUM - 2021 - 1
Anno: 2021
In order to define and disseminate the public image of the emperor, it was common to emphasize he had certain qualities, among others, magnanimity and generosity. In this sense he could be usually described as affable, and the kingdom of Constantine was especially signified for that...
€ 6,00
El motivo del iter durum en el centón cristiano De Ecclesia novitàdigital
formato: Articolo | AEVUM - 2021 - 1
Anno: 2021
While describing the descent of Jesus to the netherworld in the virgilian-Christian cento De Ecclesia, the anonymous author establishes a clear intertextual connection with Aeneas’ catabasis in the sixth book of the Aeneid. As a result, Jesus is seen in a heroic light, related to the iter durum motif...
€ 6,00

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