An inscription found near Attaleia (Pamphylia, Asia Minor) documents the existence of estates belonging to the domus divina of Marina (daughter of Emperor Arcadius) and managed by Magnus, a Syrian official of highest rank, active under Justin II and Tiberius II, commerciarius and curator of domus divinae both in Syria and in Pamphylia, regions of ‘strategic’ importance in land and sea trade during the second half of the sixth century AD and beyond.

Domus divinae nell’Anatolia tardoantica: il caso della Panfilia

Gaetano Arena
2021

Abstract

An inscription found near Attaleia (Pamphylia, Asia Minor) documents the existence of estates belonging to the domus divina of Marina (daughter of Emperor Arcadius) and managed by Magnus, a Syrian official of highest rank, active under Justin II and Tiberius II, commerciarius and curator of domus divinae both in Syria and in Pamphylia, regions of ‘strategic’ importance in land and sea trade during the second half of the sixth century AD and beyond.
Asia Minor, Management of Imperial Estates, Byzantine Bureaucracy, Late- Antique Urbanism.
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