Clientela or Amicitia? Modeling Roman International Behavior in the Middle Republic (264-146 B.C.)
This article challenges the popular notion that the Romans viewed their international partners in the middle Republic as clientes (the thesis of Ernst Badian), and suggests that the terms the Romans of this period themselves employed -amicus and amicitia
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