Hemeroteca

Studia Historica
Número 8 (1990)
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Aspectos de la Hispania romana del s. IV. Límites cronológicos y consideraciones sobre las fuentes para su reconstrucción histórica

Alonso Núñez, José Miguel

In this article there is a description of the features of the Iberian Peninsula during the 4th century A.D., where it is shown how the administrative reforms of Diocletian affected Spain. The main lines of political development are pointed out: existence of the bagaudae, fortification of towns, insecurity, arrival of barbarians at the beginning ot the 5th century. There is also an allusion to the religious situation. It is proposed to study Spain during the 4th century in the general context of the Roman Empire taking into account the specific characteristics of the Iberian Peninsula: The economic, social and demographic evolution is referred to. The way to research these problems is to make use of all the available sources: literary, archaeological, epigraphic, numismatic without forgetting the prosopography, administrative documents and geographic information. Finally, the problem of continuity or break between Antiquity and Middle Ages is displayed; at the same time the period of Late Antiquity is considered as an entity in itself.

7-10

Algunas provincias pónticas: la administración de Bitinia, Paflagonia, Helesponto, Honorias y Ponto Polemoniaco en el s. IV d.C.

Garrido González, Elisa M.

In this paper I try to analyse the political and administrative evolution of the Ponto Dioecese in the Fourth Century A. D. Particularly I concentrate on the provinces located by the Black Sea. My investigation is methodologically founded on prosopographic data. I establish the cronological sequence of the gouvernors of these provinces, and I describe the religious and political facts that, among others, took place in these districts. I also take into consideresation the change or transformation that this century underwent by that time.

11-20

La ciudad de Tarraco y las repercusiones hispánicas de la rebelión de Magnencio: un problema histórico-arqueológico

Járrega Domínguez, Ramón

21-27

Alteridad religiosa y maniqueísmo en el s. IV d.C.

Escribano Paño, María Victoria

29-47

Constantino y la utilización político ideológica de Roma

Rodríguez Gervás, M. J.

49-53

La tradición nupcial pagana en el matrimonio cristiano, según Gregorio de Nacianzo

Torres, J. Mª

55-60

Breves consideraciones en torno a la reacción pagana: 384-410 a. D.

Pérez Medina, Mª

The pagan-christian conflict from second middle fourth century a.D. onward presents us the problema about the reasons that impel to these last pagans to defend the traditional ideals. The battle in favour of the survival against the implantation of a new order, explains us the reasons of this anachronical resistance.

61-71

De Heródoto a Tucídides

López Eire, A.

75-96

‘Graecia Capta’, integradora de la romanidad

Plácido, D.

97-106

El cognomen germanus en Hispania. Reflejo de un status social de servidumbre

Crespo Ortiz de Zárate, Santos
Alonso Ávila, Ángeles

The cognomen Germanus in Hispania shows a social status of servile origin in most of the cases in which it appears. It was widely and almost exclusively used during the 1st and 2nd centuries A.D. amongst slaves or freed slaves. The appearance of the name in the Peninsula must be related to the war events on the Rhine limes during this time. Its development in Hispania is due mainly to owners of slaves imposing it on their workers as onomastic, or to military men who also passed it on to their bondmen or their own offspring. It is likely that both have been in touch, some way or other, with German territories. Several bearers of the cognomen are Hispanic, others Greek, and some others might have been people from German territories who have been imported to the Peninsula. The derived terms of the cognomen are almost non-existent. In any case, the origin of the name defines the servile social origin of its bearers.

107-120

Notas sobre la distribución geográfica de las inscripciones a las divinidades clásicas en la Bética

Rodríguez Cortés, J.

121-147

Teodosio, paradigma de príncipe cristiano. Consideraciones de Ambrosio, Rufino de Aquileya y Agustín sobre la imperial persona

Lomas, F. J.

149-165

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