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Senators and memory in the funerary epigraphy of Roman Italy ( 1st century BC-3rd century AD)

Abstract : The research focuses on the funerary epigraphic documentation intended to commemorate the members of the senatorial class in Roman Italy between late Republic and III-IV century AD. The novelty of the subject lies in the exploration of the "amplissimus ordo " "in death" and in the evaluation of the information potential deriving from the valorization of the burial ground. The study therefore fills a gap in modern doctrine and explores different strands of historical-lexicon, the topography of senatorial properties. The creation of an epigraphic corpus set on a regional basis, which constitutes a new repertory instrument for the scientific community, has been followed by the analysis of the inscriptions composing the catalogue, in order to deepen the emerging thematic elements and provide a framework, at the same time general and particular, of the collected documentation.
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Clara Stevanato. Senators and memory in the funerary epigraphy of Roman Italy ( 1st century BC-3rd century AD). History. Université Panthéon-Sorbonne - Paris I; Università degli studi (Venise, Italie), 2019. Italian. ⟨NNT : 2019PA01H024⟩. ⟨tel-02529302⟩

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