The roman republican triumph: beyond the spectacle

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A cura di: C.H. Lange, F.J. Vervaet
Anno edizione: 2014
Collana: Analecta Romana Instituti Danici. Supplementa, 45
Isbn: 978-88-7140-576-6
Materie: Storia romana
Formato: 21x29,7
Pagine: 264


Carsten Hjort Lange & Frederik Juliaan Vervaet, Introduction. – Triumphal Conventions – Christoph Lundgreen, Rules for Obtaining a Triumph - The ius triumphandi once more. Richard Westall, Triumph and Closure: Between History and Literature. Christopher James Dart & Frederik Juliaan Vervaet, Claiming Triumphs for Recovered Territories: Reflections on Valerius Maximus 2.8.4. – The Middle Republic – Carsten Hjort Lange, The Triumph Outside the City: Voices of Protest in the Middle Republic. Matteo Cadario, Preparing for Triumph. Graecae Artes as Roman Booty in L. Mummius’ Campaign (146 BC). The Late Republic Jesper Carlsen, Notes on Cn. Domitius Ahenobarbus’ Victory and Triumph over the Arverni. Jesper Majbom Madsen, The Loser’s Prize: Roman Triumphs and Political Strategies during the Mithridatic Wars. Frederik Juliaan Vervaet, ‘Si neque leges neque mores cogunt.’ Beyond the Spectacle of Pompeius Magnus’ Public Triumphs. Josiah Osgood, Julius Caesar and Spanish Triumph-Hunting. – Civil War and Triumph – Wolfgang Havener, A Ritual Against the Rule? The Representation of Civil War Victory in the Late Republican Triumph. Ida Östenberg, Triumph and Spectacle. Victory Celebrations in the Late Republican Civil Wars. – The Roman Republican Triumph – John Rich, The Triumph in the Roman Republic: Frequency, Fluctuation and Policy. Contributors.

Recensione in Journal of Roman Studies, 107, 2017 (leggi la recensione) e in Bryn Mawr Classical Review, 2016 (leggi la recensione) e Latomus (leggi la recensione)