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Dialogues entre sphère publique et sphère privée dans l'espace de la cité romaine. Vecteurs, acteurs, significations

Abstract : A long historiographical tradition has contributed to fix the public and private spheres in the Roman world as essentially heterogeneous spaces and, as such, impervious to each other, governed by rules and behaviors thought as conflictual. However, some recent and especially stimulants works make it possible to establish a new approach that would address from several points of view the ongoing exchanges between the two "worlds" : they have in common to consider as a priority agents and actors who were the vectors of these transfers. Structured in three parts - "Ambiguity of spaces", "Interactions: reciprocity and complementarity of exchanges ", "From public to private: transfer and appropriation of forms" - this volume brings together the contributions of twelve scholars and offers the result of an interdisciplinary approach, where the contribution of philology and history hinges on that of archaeology and iconography. Thereby, reflection reaches beyond the simple disciplinary framework to feed a global analysis contexts. Such an approach generates extensive and innovative studies on urban and social dynamics in the Roman city.
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Alexandra Dardenay, Emmanuelle Rosso. Dialogues entre sphère publique et sphère privée dans l'espace de la cité romaine. Vecteurs, acteurs, significations. Ausonius, pp.323, 2013, Scripta Antiqua, 978-2-35613-097-6. ⟨halshs-00939203⟩

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