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Laughing at domestica facta

Identity construction in mid-Republican Rome through the lens of the togata

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Sprache: Englisch
288 Seiten, gebunden
ISBN: 978-3-949189-96-8
Verlag Antike, 1. Auflage 2024
In this monograph, the author embarks on a captivating journey to shed fresh light on the togata,... mehr
Laughing at domestica facta
In this monograph, the author embarks on a captivating journey to shed fresh light on the togata, a mid-Republican theatrical genre which survives only in fragments. The book seeks to answer pressing questions surrounding the togata's significance in identity construction during the middle Republic from a literary and cultural perspective. Delving deep into the fragmentary textual remains of the togata, the book explores how the Roman elite fashioned their identity. The author challenges the notion of monolithic identity construction, and explores the diverse forms of identity within the togata, offering a new perspective on the subject. This study thus positions the togata as a vital source for discerning the characteristics and beliefs by which the Romans distinguished themselves and their culture from others. By examining how Romans perceived themselves, their ideas about different social groups, and their literary and cultural ties to earlier traditions, this book aims to transform our understanding of the togata's role in Roman drama.
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Maße (BxHxT): 16 x 23,5 x 2,4cm, Gewicht: 0,595 kg
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    • Giuseppe Eugenio Rallo
    • Giuseppe Eugenio Rallo holds a Bachelor's degree in Classics and a Master's degree in Ancient Studies from the University of Palermo, and a Ph.D. in Classics from the University of St Andrews. His academic interests encompass identity and gender studies, Greek and Roman fragmentary texts, and the history of Latin literature.
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