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Kinship diplomacy between Sicily and Rome

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"The phenomenon of kinship diplomacy, if not perfectly defined, is nonetheless widely understood and extensively studied. The presence of kinship diplomacy in the political interactions between Rome and other Mediterranean states has in turn received specific treatment. At the same time, the extent of kinship claims in the island of Sicily and the associated claims about origines made by many of the communities on the island have also been studied in very considerable detail. In othe...

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, HUM, Classics

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Editor
Publisher:
Salvatore Sciascia editore
Pages:
179-206
Host title:
Alleanze e parentele: Le “affinità elettive” nella storiografia sulla Sicilia antica. Convegno internazionale, Palermo 14-15 aprile 2010
Publication date:
2011
URN:
uuid:01379e47-61ae-4946-bd05-783f955b3092
Source identifiers:
240670
Local pid:
pubs:240670
ISBN:
9788882413750

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