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representation and perception of Roman imperial power

Workshop of the International Network Impact pf Empire (3rd 2002 Rome, Italy)

representation and perception of Roman imperial power

proceedings of the Third Workshop of the International Network Impact of Empire (Roman Empire, c. 200 B.C. - A.D. 476), Netherlands Institute in Rome, March 20-23, 2002

by Workshop of the International Network Impact pf Empire (3rd 2002 Rome, Italy)

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Published by J.C. Gieben in Amsterdam .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Emperors -- Rome -- Congresses.,
  • Power (Social sciences) -- Rome -- Congresses.,
  • Emperors -- Rome -- Iconography -- Congresses.,
  • Propaganda, Roman -- Congresses.,
  • Rome -- Provinces -- Administration -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Lukas de Blois ... [et al.].
    GenreCongresses.
    SeriesImpact of Empire (Roman empire, 27 B.C. - A.D. 406) -- 3
    ContributionsBlois, Lukas de., Impact of Empire (Organization)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 565 p. :
    Number of Pages565
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20959263M
    ISBN 109050633889

    Author: Seminar für Alte Geschichte, Book Series: Hamburger Universitätsreden Neue Folge ISBN: Year: Pages: 78 DOI: / Language: German Publisher: Hamburg University Press Subject: History Added to DOAB on: L. De Blois, P. Erdkamp, O. Hekster, G. De Kleijn and S. Mols, The Representation and Perception of Roman Imperial Power. Proceedings of the Third Workshop of the International Network Impact of.

    All these topics have crated fremedous amount of discussion among schloars, not least because the study of Roman imperialism has alwasys been informed by contemporary perceptions of international power relations. The book is divided into two halves, Part I treats some of the main issues in modern debates about Roman imperialsim, while Part II.   In showing how these poets used reading as a metaphor for the mutual constitution of Augustan authority and a means of exercising interpretive libertas under the principate, this book offers a holistic new vision of Roman imperial power and its representation that will .

    Rich, John W. (). Augustus, war and peace. In The representation and perception of Roman imperial power: Proceedings of the Third Workshop of the International Network, Impact of Empire. Edited by L. de Blois et al, – Richardson, John. (). The language of empire. The Representation and Perception of Roman Imperial Power: Proceedings of the Third Workshop of the International Network Impact of Empire (Roman Empire, c. B.C-A.D. ), Netherlands Institute in Rome, March ,


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The representation and perception of Roman imperial power through particular media: literary texts, inscriptions, coins, monuments, ornaments, and insignia, but also nicknames and death-bed scenes.

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The representation and perception of Roman imperial power in the city of Rome and the various provinces. /5(1). The Representation and Perception of Roman Imperial Power Proceedings of the Third Workshop of the International Network Impact of Empire (Roman Empire, c.

B.C. - A.D. ), Rome, MarchSeries: Impact of Empire, Volume: 3Cited by:   The Representation and Perception of Roman Imperial Power Proceedings of the Third Workshop of the International Network Impact of Empire (Roman Empire, c.

B.C. - A.D. ), Rome, MarchSeries: Impact of Empire, Volume: 3Author: Angelos Chaniotis. Cooley, Alison () Review of The representation and perception of Roman imperial power, by De Blois, L., et al. Ancient West & East, Vol pp. ISSN Research output not available from this repository, contact author.

The Representation and Perception of Roman Imperial Power Proceedings of the Third Workshop of the International Network Impact of Empire (Roman Empire, c. B.C. - A.D. ), Rome, MarchSeries: Impact of Empire, Volume: 3. The Representation and Perception of Roman Imperial Power. Proceedings of the Third Workshop of the International Network Impact of Empire (Roman Empire, c.

B.C. - A.D.Netherlands Institute in Rome, March 1 See in particular the collective volume The Representation and Perception of Roman Imperial Power (de Blois – Hekster et al.

), which includes many chapters on such representations, or the more recent monograph by Erika Manders, Coining Images of Power: Patterns in the Representation of Roman Emperors on Imperial Coinage, A.D. Title: The Emperor and Public Works in the City of Rome: Author(s): Kleijn, G.

de: Publication year: In: Blois, L. de; Erdkamp, P.; Hekster, O. (ed.), The. Book title: Blois, L. de; et al. (ed.), The Representation and Perception of Roman Imperial Power. Proceedings of the Third Workshop of the International Network Impact of Empire (Rome March) Page start: p. Page end: p.

Title: The Cult of Roma Aeterna in Hadrian's Politics: Author(s): Mols, S.T.A.M. Publication year: In: Blois, L. de; et al. (ed.), The Representation and. “The Perception of Imperial Power in Aphrodisias: The Epigraphic Evidence”, in L. de Blois et alii (eds.), The Representation and Perception of Roman Imperial Power, Amsterdam: GiebenTitle: Some Observations on Nero and the City of Rome: Author(s): Moormann, E.M.

Publication year: In: Blois, L. de; e.a. (ed.), The Representation and. The Representation and Perception of Roman Imperial Power. Proceedings of the Third Workshop of the International Network Impact of Empire (Roman Empire, c.

B.C. - A.D. ), Netherlands Instititute in Rome, March), Editors: L. de Blois e.a. Place of Publication: Amsterdam: Publisher: Gieben: Pages: Publication status. This book combines these two approaches.

It examines the diachronic development of the representation of Roman imperial power as a whole in one medium over a longer period of time. Through a quantitative and qualitative analysis of coin types issued between A.D. andpatterns in the representation of third-century Roman emperors on.

The Severan dynasty was a Roman imperial dynasty, which ruled the Roman Empire between and The dynasty was founded by the general Septimius Severus, who rose to power as the victor of the Civil War of – Although Septimius Severus successfully restored peace following the upheaval of the late 2nd century, the dynasty was disturbed by highly unstable family relationships, as.

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B.C. - A.D. ), Netherlands Institute in Rome, March[Lukas de Blois;].This book examines the figure of the Roman emperor as a unifying symbol for the western empire. It documents an extensive correspondence between the ideals cited in honorific inscriptions for the emperor erected across the western empire and those advertised on imperial coins minted at Rome.

This reveals that the dissemination of specific imperial ideals was more pervasive than previously.