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La création des panthéons romains dans la Lusitanie tardo-républicaine et impériale : les colonies césaro-augustéennes de Lusitanie (45 av. J.-C.-68 ap. J.-C.)

Abstract : Cicero had claimed that each city had "its religious obligations" and that these were different from those of Rome (Pro Flacco, 28, 69). In a newly formed province, were those obligations so differents? Roman Lusitania, territory appreciated by Julius Caesar and Augustus, was built in about forty years from its military colonies, also called small Romes (Gelle, XVI, 13, 8) which implied some religious similarities between the metropolis and its cities. Apart from these few common features, the Lusitanian colonies offered an original religious landscape where Roman, Regional and New gods mingled. Nevertheless, this religious singularity of Late-Republican and Imperial Lusitania has only been partially examined by researchers. While many articles have been published on a specific topic of Lusitano-Roman religion, no book containing all the researches has been thought. This essay aims to fill this gap. On the one hand, this dissertation pretends to give an account of the religious specificities of a newly formed province. On the other hand, this study want to analyse the religious role played by the colonies in the Caesar’s, Augustus’s and Julio-Claudian Dynasty’s policy.
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Simon El Husseini-Strintz. La création des panthéons romains dans la Lusitanie tardo-républicaine et impériale : les colonies césaro-augustéennes de Lusitanie (45 av. J.-C.-68 ap. J.-C.). Sciences de l'Homme et Société. 2019. ⟨dumas-03207695⟩

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