Part of the Roman history and Late Antiquity Lille Seminar (HALMA, UMR 8164)
Participants can either attend onsite or online.
To attend the event online, please register here: us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIkfu6pqjMoE92GXUN3JF8SCbefuIDIm9su
To deal with Roman Imperial Power, a subject mostly studied and debated since Mommsen’s approach, and especially during the last decades, the Lille Roman History and Late Antiquity Seminar chooses the concept and practice of collegiality during a ‘Longue durée’, from the Antonines to the Justinians. The proposed six papers aim to reconsider how theories and practical approaches of the power of the Roman Principes deliver a real discourse about what was a Roman Emperor —particularly when two or more Augusti were in charge of the Imperium Romanum— and the concrete functioning of an Empire with no parallel in history.
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