Publications de l’École française de Rome
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(2019)Is it legitimate to use the modern notion of “honor” in connection with the ancient Roman Republic? Did the Romans of that time follow a strict code of conduct? On what did they base social prestige? What marks of distinction ...
(2019)While the claim that the Greeks are a seafaring people can be qualified, it is nonetheless undeniable that the sea represents a major geographic aspect of the ancient Greek world. It is therefore hardly surprising that ...
(2019)Conquering Sicily from the middle of the XIth century, Hauteville are the first to set up a government that is defined as a Christian and, at least in part, from Latin, while exercising its prerogatives at a predominantly ...