The analysis of a Pisidian funerary marble altar – laying on four faces characters in relief and texts enrolled in Greek related to the family of Aurelius Demetrius, his three children (two males, Aurelius Mabdias and Aurelius Rhodon, and a daughter, Aurelia Marcia) and his grandchildren (two boys descendants of the two sons) – allows to reconstruct the genealogical tree of this family lived between the late second and the second half of the third century AD and to study the role of Olympias, depicted on bomós next to Marcia and bound by legal institute of paramoné.
|Titolo:||Olimpiade, non del tutto libera né per sempre schiava: diritto greco nella Pisidia romana|
ARENA, Gaetano Maria (Corresponding)
|Data di pubblicazione:||2018|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|