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Recherche sur les frontières de l’afrique romaine: espaces mobiles et représentations

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It is a commonly known fact that the Roman sphere of action not identical to the area that has been administered by Roman institutions. This chapter demonstrates how Whittaker divided the Romans in the early imperial period the world in three distinct areas which is under direct Roman administration territory that does not is under direct Roman administration territory, and the outer periphery. The close, direct connection between Rome as a center of power and the so-called client kings is evident in the Latin terminology as they occupy literary sources. The chapter presents the analysis on the periphery and not on Rome as the center, the 'Advancing have sole power to act according to a Grand Strategy. It discusses the modes of adaptation of Roman culture elements in two different areas in the field of cults and material culture. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Latin; Romans; Whittaker



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