The triumviral period

Civil war, political crisis and socioeconomic transformations

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Interactions between Triumviral and Republican Institutions; Frederik Vervaet; the genesis; lex Titia; non-annual; Republican magistracies; Editorial Universidad de Sevilla.

Autor/es: Pina Polo, Francisco

Nothing from the subsequent Augustan age can be fully explained without understanding the previous Triumviral period (43-31 BC). In this book, twenty experts from nine different countries and nineteen universities examine the Triumviral age not merely as a phase of transition to the Principate but as a proper period with its own dynamics and issues, which were a consequence of the previous years. The volume aims to address a series of underlying structural problems that emerged in that time, such as the legal nature of power attributed to the Triumvirs; changes and continuity in Republican institutions, both in Rome and the provinces of the Empire; the development of the very concept of civil war; the strategies of political communication and propaganda in order to win over public opinion; economic consequences for Rome and Italy, whether caused by the damage from constant wars or, alternatively, resulting from the proscriptions and confiscations carried out by the Triumvirs; and the transformation of Roman-Italian society. All these studies provide a complete, fresh and innovative picture of a key period that signaled the end of the Roman Republic.

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ISBN: 978-84-472-2972-7

Referencia: 900002

Año de Publicación: 2020

Páginas: 510

Formato: 16 x 23 cm

Encuadernación: Rústica

Colección: LIBERA RES PVBLICA

Nº: 2

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