The Roman Family in the Empire: Rome, Italy, and Beyond by Michele GeorgeThe Roman Family in the Empire: Rome, Italy, and Beyond by Michele George

The Roman Family in the Empire: Rome, Italy, and Beyond

EditorMichele George

Hardcover | September 16, 2005

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This volume contains a series of articles that examine the Roman family in Italy and the empire using a wide range of evidence and considering a number of critical issues. Its focus on regional differences in family structure, forms of marriage, and kinship patterns make it the firstpublication to include targeted study of the family in the Roman provinces. The chapters cover Roman Egypt, Judaea, Spain, Gaul, North Africa, and Pannonia, and make use of both conventional textual sources and epigraphic evidence and material that is less frequently treated, including the medicalwriters and the Justinianic receipts.
Michele George is Associate Professor of Classics, McMaster University.
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Title:The Roman Family in the Empire: Rome, Italy, and BeyondFormat:HardcoverDimensions:384 pages, 8.5 × 5.43 × 1.03 inPublished:September 16, 2005Publisher:OUPLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:019926841X

ISBN - 13:9780199268412

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Table of Contents

Michele George: Introduction1. Susan Treggiari: Putting the family across: Cicero on natural affection2. Michele George: Family imagery and family values in Roman Italy3. Keith Bradley: The Roman child in sickness and health4. Judith Evans Grubbs: Parent-child conflict in the Roman family: the evidence of Justinian5. Richard Alston: Searching for the Romano-Egyptian family6. Margaret Williams: The Jewish family in Judaea from Pompey to Hadrian - the limits of Romanization7. Jonathan Edmondson: Family relations in Roman Lusitania: social change in a Roman province?8. Greg Woolf: Family history in the Roman North-West9. Mireille Corbier: Family and kinship in Roman Africa10. Mary T. Boatwright: Children and parents on the tombstones of Pannonia