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L'"ELITE MUNICIPALE DI PUTEOLI FRA LA TARDA REPUBBLICA E NERONE [Extrait] / [Camodeca, Giuseppe]

Publication : 1996 In : Les élites municipales de l'Italie péninsulaire des Gracques à Néron : actes de la table ronde de Clermont-Ferrand (28-30 novembre 1991) / sous la direction de Mireille Cébeillac-Gervasoni. Naples-RomeDescription : p. 91-110Langue : Italien. Auteur principal: Camodeca, Giuseppe Résumé : The recent acquisitions on the epigrafic patrimony and on the Puteoli archive of the Sulpicii finally allow reconstructing, albeit in great lines, the events of the oligarchy of Puteoli between the late Republic and Nero. One can conclude that the most important families of the Augustan colony's elite substantially remain the same as those of Cicero's time. The intervention of the central power led two years after to the Neronian colony, with which according to the A., there opens a new chapter in the city's history. New men appear more often in the "ordo decurionum", particularly of freedman origin..Sujets:politique -- élite -- magistrature municipale -- principat -- colonie -- aristocratie -- affranchi -- magistrat -- épigraphie -- décurion -- latin (langue) Chrono:Empire romain -- Antiquité romaine -- Époque tardo-républicaine Lieux:Italie -- Pouzzoles Mots libres: inscription latine .
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The recent acquisitions on the epigrafic patrimony and on the Puteoli archive of the Sulpicii finally allow reconstructing, albeit in great lines, the events of the oligarchy of Puteoli between the late Republic and Nero. One can conclude that the most important families of the Augustan colony's elite substantially remain the same as those of Cicero's time. The intervention of the central power led two years after to the Neronian colony, with which according to the A., there opens a new chapter in the city's history. New men appear more often in the "ordo decurionum", particularly of freedman origin.

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