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Chapitre 7. Les collèges professionnels et les réseaux de l’élite sociale

By Nicolas Tran

Abstract

UN MODÈLE HISTORIOGRAPHIQUE CONTESTABLE That the Egrilii derived their main wealth from trade cannot be proved, but it is strongly suggested by the wide distribution of the name in the trade guilds. Most of this men were freedmen, or of freedman stock. It is easier to understand the prevalence of the name in trade if the original patrons had trading interests. Ces quelques lignes de R. Meiggs témoignent non seulement d’une perception très particulière des collèges professionnels et des relati..

Topics: associations romaines, Ostie, Rome, Lyon, affranchi, Augustalis, commerce, décurion, Faber, famille, Lenuncularius, mobilité géographique, notable, patron, collegiati, History, Sociology, HIS002020, HBLA
Publisher: Publications de l’École française de Rome
Year: 2013
DOI identifier: 10.4000/books.efr.2085
OAI identifier: oai:books.openedition.org:efr/2085
Provided by: OpenEdition
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