The battle of Naulochus (36 B.C.) gave Octavian control over Sicily. In the following years the cities of the island were submitted to a political strategy characterized not only by an attitude of domination and conquest, but also by the search for forms of mediation and gradual inclusion of the inhabitants within the legal and institutional framework of the empire that Augustus was creating and that was defined in subsequent centuries.

L’assetto istituzionale delle città siciliane dall’età augustea al III sec. d.C. Strategie di subordinazione e integrazione politica

C. Soraci
2019

Abstract

The battle of Naulochus (36 B.C.) gave Octavian control over Sicily. In the following years the cities of the island were submitted to a political strategy characterized not only by an attitude of domination and conquest, but also by the search for forms of mediation and gradual inclusion of the inhabitants within the legal and institutional framework of the empire that Augustus was creating and that was defined in subsequent centuries.
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Sicilia; ideologia di conquista; integrazione politica; colonie; municipi; popolazioni stipendiarie
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