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Cornelio Dolabella, la donna di Smirne e l'Areopago (Val. Max., 8,1, amb., 2)

@inproceedings{Campanile2004CornelioDL,
  title={Cornelio Dolabella, la donna di Smirne e l'Areopago (Val. Max., 8,1, amb., 2)},
  author={D. Campanile},
  year={2004}
}
  • D. Campanile
  • Published 2004
  • Philosophy, Art
  • This paper deals with a story reported by Valerius Maximus in the subsection devoted to qui in discrimen capitis adducti neque damnati neque absoluti sunt (Val. Max., 8,1, amb., 2). The events happened when P. Cornelius Dolabella was governor of Asia in 68 B.C. After a survey of the historical, antiquarian, political and juridical evidence, the author proves the truthfulness of the story, the political meaning of the whole episode, and the purposes Valerius Maximus narrated for. Finally, the… CONTINUE READING
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