Rome and the transformation of the imperial office in the late fourth–mid-fifth centuries AD1

  title={Rome and the transformation of the imperial office in the late fourth–mid-fifth centuries AD1},
  author={Meaghan McEvoy},
  journal={Papers of the British School at Rome},
  pages={151 - 192}
  • M. McEvoy
  • Published 1 November 2010
  • Art
  • Papers of the British School at Rome
Sommarii: Questo articolo identifica una ragione finora non riconosciuta circa la crescente presenza imperiale a Roma dall'ascesa di Onorio nel 395 d.C. fino all'assassinio di Valentiniano III nel 455, nella forma della trasformazione dell'ufficio imperiale stesso, che stava prendendo piede in questo periodo, come risultato della ripetuta ascesa degli imperatori-bambini nel Occidente tardo-romano. Questi prolungati governi dei minori, che si verificano a un certo punto nella storia tardo-romana… 
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