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Les Romains et la Grèce égéenne du Ier s. av. J.-C. au Ier s. apr. J.-C. : un monde en transition

Abstract : We owe to Horace the famous verse on conquered Greece (Graecia capta) “which took captive her savage conqueror and brought arts into rustic Latium”. Many centuries later, in 1993, it was adopted also as a title by Susan Alcock for her book on the Landscapes of Roman Greece, one of the few works devoted entirely to the Greek mainland and islands in Roman times. For twenty years, researches in this field have changed our perspective in many ways, the focus now being on local responses by the Greeks to Roman presence, both in their daily lives and in the images that they had of Rome. The question is here addressed in three parts dedicated to the province of Achaia to: territories (destruction, territorial remodelling, colonies and cities), institutional forms (the formation of the province, provincial administration, confederations) and civic societies (Italians and elite Greeks, statuary presence and imperial cult).
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Christel Müller. Les Romains et la Grèce égéenne du Ier s. av. J.-C. au Ier s. apr. J.-C. : un monde en transition. Pallas. Revue d'études antiques, Presses universitaires du Mirail, 2014, pp.193-216. ⟨hal-01668696⟩



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