A Companion to Roman Italy (Blackwell Companions to the by Alison E. Cooley

By Alison E. Cooley

A Companion to Roman Italy investigates the effect of Rome in all its forms—political, cultural, social, and economic—upon Italy’s numerous areas, in addition to the level to which unification happened as Rome grew to become the capital of Italy.

  • The assortment provides new archaeological information with regards to the websites of Roman Italy
  • Contributions talk about new theories of the way to appreciate cultural switch within the Italian peninsula
  • Combines special case-studies of specific websites with wider-ranging thematic chapters
  • Leading members not just make available the newest paintings on Roman Italy, but in addition supply clean perception on lengthy status debates

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1511). They also introduced their own socio‐political structures. Inscriptions attest to the use of the Oscan language and the application of Italic institutional forms with references to magistrates as meddices and the community as touta through the third century bc. On the architrave of the temple of Apollo at Messana, a dedication using the Greek alphabet gives the names of two meddices, Stenius Calinius Statis and Maras Pomptius Numsedis, of the touta Mamertina (Crawford, 2006b; Tagliamonte, 1994: 258–59; Crawford, 2011, Sicilia/ MESSANA 4, p.

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