Cinnanum tempus y mos maiorum: una nueva lectura.

Autores

  • Carlos Heredia Chimeno Kyoto Prefectural University.

Palavras-chave:

Cinnanum Tempus, Cinnae Dominatio, mos maiorum, Guerra Social.

Resumo

O Cinnanum Tempus (86-84 a.C.) é o primeiro período de certa normalização após a dinâmica das guerras civis que surgiram após a Guerra Social (91-87 a.C.). Este artigo procura analisar o época para observar a transgressão e consolidação de um novo mos maiorum ou de novos pilares constitucionais, criando uma nova visão desse momento histórico crucial.

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Biografia do Autor

Carlos Heredia Chimeno, Kyoto Prefectural University.

I received my PhD in Ancient History by the Autonomous University of Barcelona in 2017, with a dissertation entitled "La transgresión del mos maiorum a raíz del Bellum Sociale (91-81 a.C.)". In fact, my main topics deal with the Social War and its actual impact on the Roman Republican system, and the analysis of the "decline-narratives" in the first century BC.

I am currently an Associate Professor at the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB), as well as a Collaborating Professor at the Open University of Catalonia (UOC). I have also been selected as a Postdoctoral Fellow thanks to the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS), at Kyoto Prefectural University.

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Heredia Chimeno, C. (2019). Cinnanum tempus y mos maiorum: una nueva lectura. Phaos: Revista De Estudos Clássicos, 18(1), 1–28. Recuperado de https://econtents.bc.unicamp.br/inpec/index.php/phaos/article/view/9600

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