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dc.contributorMestre, Francesca-
dc.contributorGómez i Cardó, Pilar-
dc.contributor.authorCamps i Gaset, Montserrat-
dc.contributor.authorChialva, Ivana S.-
dc.contributor.authorDesideri, Paolo-
dc.contributor.authorEgea, Adolfo-
dc.contributor.authorFernández Delgado, J. A.-
dc.contributor.authorGonzález Julià, Lluís-
dc.contributor.authorKaravas, Orestis-
dc.contributor.authorKonstan, David-
dc.contributor.authorMarcos Hierro, Ernest, 1963--
dc.contributor.authorMestre, Francesca-
dc.contributor.authorMiralles, Carles, 1944-2015-
dc.contributor.authorNicolai, Roberto-
dc.contributor.authorNodar, Alberto-
dc.contributor.authorQuiroga Puertas, Alberto J,-
dc.contributor.authorRamelli, Ilaria, 1973--
dc.contributor.authorRuiz Montero, Consuelo-
dc.contributor.authorSánchez, Juan Pablo-
dc.contributor.authorSchouler, Bernard-
dc.contributor.authorSoler, Antònia-
dc.contributor.authorTrapp, Michael B., 1957--
dc.contributor.authorValette, Emmanuelle-
dc.contributor.authorVidal, José Luis-
dc.descriptionRecull de ponències presentades a la International Conference Homo Romanus Graeca Oratione, celebrada a la Universitat de Barcelona el març de 2009 / Edició: Francesca Mestre i Pilar Gómezca
dc.description.abstractThe underlying theme of Three Centuries of Greek Culture under the Roman Empire is the idea that, under Roman rule, Greek culture was still alive and dynamic and continued to exert a degree of cultural domination, either real or apparent. So, we hope to analyse the meanings of concepts such as “Greek” or “Greece” in the Empire. Are we right to assume that there was a clear opposition between Greek and Roman? Or would it be more accurate to speak of a “Graeco-Roman world”? It would certainly be possible to make a list of “elements of identity”, on both sides —Greek and Roman—, but, in this case, where should the borders between identity and community be placed? Three Centuries of Greek Culture under the Roman Empire presents several approaches to the period between the second and fourth centuries AD from a variety of angles, perspectives and disciplines. Until now, this time has usually been considered to be the junction of the decline between the classical world and the emergence of the medieval world; however, this book establishes a basis for considering the Imperial period as a specific stage in cultural, historical and social development with a distinct personality of its
dc.format.extent476 p.-
dc.publisherEdicions de la Universitat de Barcelonaca
dc.relation.isformatofReproducció del document publicat a:
dc.relation.ispartofseriesFilologia UB-
dc.rightscc-by-nc-nd(c) Edicions de la Universitat de Barcelona, 2014-
dc.subject.classificationLiteratura gregacat
dc.subject.classificationImperi Romà, 284-476cat
dc.subject.otherSegle II-segle IV-
dc.subject.otherUniversitat de Barcelona. Facultat de Filologia-
dc.subject.other2nd century-4th century-
dc.titleThree centuries of Greek culture under the Roman empire: Homo Romanus Graeca Orationeca
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