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Nos sumus Romani qui fuimus ante... : memory of ancient Italy / Michel Aberson, Maria Cristina Biella, Massimiliano Di Fazio, Manuela Wullschleger (eds).

Contributor(s): Aberson, Michel [editor.] | Biella, Maria Cristina [editor.] | Di Fazio, Massimiliano [editor.] | Wullschleger, Manuela [editor.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: ÉGeA (Series): vol. 6.Publisher: Berne : Peter Lang, 2020Description: 242 p. ; 30 cm.Subject(s): Italic peoples -- History -- Congresses | Italy -- History -- To 476 -- Congresses
Contents:
The Augustan invention of Italy reconsidered / Christopher Smith -- The regiones of Italy : between Republic and Principate / Edward Bispham -- Patterns of advancement, demotion and frustration in Late Republican Italy / Federico Santangelo -- New citizens in the late Republican army : from etnic contingents to the professional legion / Will Broadhead -- Roman law and the laws of the Italian peoples : relations and influences / Roberto Fiori -- Etruscan and Italic memories through images in the late Republic and early Empire / Eugenio Polito -- The making of Latin in the midst of the other languages of Italy in the late Republic / Rudolf Wachter -- Mos et ritus sacrorum : religion in the construction of Augustan Italy / Eric Orlin -- Reflets hellénistiques sur l'Étrurie livienne? / Bernard Mineo -- Evander and the invention of the prehistory of Latium in Virgil's Aeneid / Sergio Casali -- Les peuples de l'Italie au miroir de la géographie augustéenne / Mathilde Simon -- Varro and Italy : the De lingua Latina ad the Gauls / Valentina Arena -- Italian identity and the western provinces : Roman emperors and Italian origins / Gary D. Farney -- La recherche sur le passé : entreprise culturelle ou instrument politique? Du projet augustéen à Caligula / Clément Chillet -- Italian heritage and the shifting frontiers of romanitas, from Claudius to Trajan / Andrew Gallia.
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Proceedings of the third conference of the series "E Pluribus Unum? Italy from the Pre-Roman Fragmentation to the Augustan Unity" held in 2016 at the Oxford University.

Includes bibliographical references.

The Augustan invention of Italy reconsidered / Christopher Smith -- The regiones of Italy : between Republic and Principate / Edward Bispham -- Patterns of advancement, demotion and frustration in Late Republican Italy / Federico Santangelo -- New citizens in the late Republican army : from etnic contingents to the professional legion / Will Broadhead -- Roman law and the laws of the Italian peoples : relations and influences / Roberto Fiori -- Etruscan and Italic memories through images in the late Republic and early Empire / Eugenio Polito -- The making of Latin in the midst of the other languages of Italy in the late Republic / Rudolf Wachter -- Mos et ritus sacrorum : religion in the construction of Augustan Italy / Eric Orlin -- Reflets hellénistiques sur l'Étrurie livienne? / Bernard Mineo -- Evander and the invention of the prehistory of Latium in Virgil's Aeneid / Sergio Casali -- Les peuples de l'Italie au miroir de la géographie augustéenne / Mathilde Simon -- Varro and Italy : the De lingua Latina ad the Gauls / Valentina Arena -- Italian identity and the western provinces : Roman emperors and Italian origins / Gary D. Farney -- La recherche sur le passé : entreprise culturelle ou instrument politique? Du projet augustéen à Caligula / Clément Chillet -- Italian heritage and the shifting frontiers of romanitas, from Claudius to Trajan / Andrew Gallia.

Contributions in English or French; introduction in Italian.

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