Browsing Student Scholarship by Subject "Rome"

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Browsing Student Scholarship by Subject "Rome"

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  • Azizo, Kathryn E. (2014)
    In the literature of the early Roman Empire portrayals of necromancy became horrific. The concept of reanimation, or the forcing of the spirit back into the abandoned corpse, was also introduced. While not all literary ...
  • Sullivan, Mary Florence (2011)
    This paper explores the definition of the female gender throughout the Roman female life course and how it was reflected in funerary epitaphs. By applying contemporary secondary research on the female life course to funerary ...
  • Sieteski, Sara Lynn (2011)
    Plutarch writes in his biography of Pyrrhus that after the Battle of Beneventum, the former ruler of Sicily looked upon the land and spoke the following words, “ὦ φίλοι, Καρχηδονίοις καὶ Ῥωμαίοις παλαίστραν” (“My friends, ...


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