A cura di: K. Mustakallio, V. Vuolanto, J. Hanska
Anno edizione: 2005
Collana: Acta Instituti Romani Finlandiae, 33
Contentes: Bibliographical Abbreviations. In Search of the Passages from Antiquity to the Middle Ages; Beryl Rawson, The Future of Childhood Studies in Classics and Ancient History; Didier Lett, Brothers and Sisters. New Perspectives on Medieval Family History; Eva Cantarella, Roman Marriage. Social, Economic and Legal Aspects; Judith Evans Grubbs, Children and Divorce in Roman Law; Marja-Leena Hänninen, From Womb to Family. Rituals and Social Conventions Connected to Roma Birth; Véronique Dasen, Blessing or Portent? Multiple Births in Ancient Roma; Christian Laes, Childbeating in Antiquity: Some Reconsiderations; Janet Huskinson, Disappearing Children? Children in Roman Funerary Art of the First to the Fourth Century AD; Maura Lafferty, Augustine, the Aeneid and the Roman Family; Ville Vuolanto, Children and Asceticism. Strategies of Continuity in the Late Fourth and Early Fifth Centuries; Nikos Kalogeras, The Role of the Parents and Kin in the Education of Byzantine Children; Sari Katajala-Peltomaa, Parental Roles in the Cananonisation Processes of Saint Nicola of Tolentino and Saint Thomas Cantilupe; Jussi Hanska, Education as an Investment. The Childhood of Pietro del Morrone in the Thirteenth Century Abbruzzi; Susanna Niiranen, Ensenhamen. Educational Ideal and Elite Women in Twelfth and Thirteenth Century Occitania; Katariina Mustakallio, Roman Funerals: Identity, Gender and Participation; Maurizio Bettini, Death and its Double. Imagines, Ridiculum and Honos in the Roman Aristocratic Funeral; Marxiano Melotti, Crossing Worlds: Space, Miths and Rites of Passage in Ancient Greek Culture; Christian Kuhn, Remembering the Death for the Sake of the Living. Family Values in the Bequests of the Nuremberg Tuchers (1450-1550); Michael Goodich, The Death of a Saint: a Hagiographical Topos. General Index. List of Contributors.