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The commemoration of children in Rome and Italy in the Early Empire

McWilliam, Janette Catherine


What would life have been like for a child growing up in Rome or in any part of Italy during the first three centuries AD? The answer to such a question is not straightforward. How does one determine that someone was a 'child'? Was this child male or female? To what social class did this child belong? 'What position did his or her parents hold in the community? Were his or her parents alive? A series of equally complex questions must therefore be addressed before the first, seemingly...[Show more]

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Date published: 1994
Type: Thesis (Masters)
DOI: 10.25911/5d72399089ff0


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