The Family in Ancient Rome: New Perspectives

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Little has been published on the Roman family, a subject of central importance to political as well as social history. It was the family that determined political power; it was within the family that the distinctive relationships of one citizen to another were forged and exemplified. "The Family in Ancient Rome" provides an overview of the state of research by presenting some of the most important work being done in this area. Besides surveying the literature on all aspects of the Roman family, the book begins with a ...

The Family in Ancient Rome: New Perspectives 1987, Cornell University Press, Ithaca

ISBN-13: 9780801494604

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The Family in Ancient Rome: New Perspectives 1985, Routledge, London

ISBN-13: 9780709942023

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