Hemeroteca

Hispania Antiqua
Número 11-12 (1981-85)
Leyenda
Artículo alojado en InterClassica = Artículo alojado en InterClassica
Disponibilidad
Números disponibles de
Hispania Antiqua
Artículo Páginas

El marisqueo en los castros de las rías gallegas

Vázquez Varela, J. M.

7-15

El Bellum Hispaniense y la romanización del sur de la Península

González Román, Cristóbal
Marín Díaz, María Amalia

The Bellum Hispaniense, as a historical and literary document, has roused lively interest since 19th c. to our days amoug historians and philologist, who have studied different elements in it, ranging from its problematic author, the hypotetical Hircio, to military and political aspects. This paper deals with this important source of information, but from the perspective of the Romanization of the Peoples in the South of the Iberian Peninsula, focusing attention on the type of territorial organization and the social structures that existed in this area during the occuorence of the civil war between Caesar and Pompeius (46-45 b.C.). The information given by the Bellum Hispaniense allows us to conclude the persistency, during this period, of the essential elements that made up the pre-Roman reality from the territorial point of view: oppidum and turris; as to society, the references of individual and generic type are about the presence of cives romani in the main urban nuclei, and of equites that witness in the middle of the Ist. C. b.C, the social projection of the Romanization phenomenon.

17-35

El praeses de Diocleciano: título y función

Bravo Castañeda, Gonzalo

37-80

Las «viduae ecclesiae» de la Iglesia occidental (s. IV-V)

Bajo Álvarez, Felicitas

81-87

Las invasiones del siglo III d. C. en Hispania a la luz de los tesorillos monetales

Sagredo san Eustaquio, L.

89-104

La 'Tessera hospitalis' del año 134 d. C. hallada en Montealegre y el municipio romano de Cauca

Montenegro, Ángel

105-118

«Dumus», cofradía religiosa de Apolo

Mangas, Julio

119-125

Los historiadores imperiales y el teatro latino

Pociña, Andrés

Despite the little importance given to the imperial theatre, our reading of the Roman imperial historians surprises us continually with passages dealing with the old theatrical life, or with contemporary life. Historians give the impression that drama is not a dead thing, but rather a thrilling reality in everyday life. There are no people of the calibre of either Plautus, Terence, Titinius or Afranius, and tragedy has restricted itself to Seneca to the learned cotteries. However, the term theatrum, actor or histrio, spectator are still alive; there are references everywhere to imperial ludi scaenici; emperors often issue rules with regard to the theatre. There are five centuries of history of the latin drama which cannot be neglected, even if bellow standard. The author studies the work of the latin historians as a source of information for the research of the imperial and republican theatre, emphasizing the following aspects which correspond to several chapters of the present paper: I.- Historias concerned with the theatre: he gathers the opinions from Livy, Velleius Paterculus, Tacitus, Suetonius, Florus, the Historia Augusta, the Historia Tripertita and Ammianus Marcellinus. II.- Theatre from the historians on: information about theatrical authors, actors and spectators. III.- Emperors and the theatre: Behavior and measures taken in respect of the theatre, by twenty five emperors from Augustus down to Carinus, all based on the writings of above mentioned historians.

127-182

En torno a la transmisión de la obra de Agatárquides

Sánchez León, M. L.

183-195

Sobre los hallazgos egipcios y egiptizantes en la Península Ibérica

Padró, J.

199-264

Volver a página anterior
Inicios | Agradecimientos | Sobre InterClassica | Servicio de notificaciones | Contacto | RSS RSS | Twitter Twitter

Fundación Séneca Universidad de Murcia Campus Mare Nostrum

Copyright © 2006 - 2021 InterClassica - Universidad de Murcia
InterClassica utiliza eZ publish™ como gestor de contenidos.