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Open Access Excursus. Prosopography Of The Senatorial Elite Families

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Excursus. Prosopography Of The Senatorial Elite Families

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This chapter discusses the senatorial elite families in detail. Their background, position before, during, and after the period AD 193 to 284, as well as relations with senators inside and outside their gens, are described both schematically and in a narrative account. The chapter also schematically describes gens Caesonia. Information on careers and relations is generally derived from PIR and PLRE, in which references to the primary sources can be found.

Keywords: gens Caesonia; senatorial elite families; senators



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