Magistrates Cum Imperio and their Temples: 396-293 BCE.

Deitrick, Ashley.
2017-04-24T15:09:37.632Z

Abstract: Although temples were constructed in Rome from 396-293 BCE for a variety of reasons, the majority were built in response to victory in warfare and dedicated to a range of deities who reflected the rapid expansion of Rome's sphere of influence within Italy. Generals with imperium (the right of military command) also had the liberty to vow a temple to a chosen deity, to use revenues from t... read more

Subjects
Tufts University. Department of Classics.
Permanent URL
http://hdl.handle.net/10427/012149
ID: tufts:21887
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