Occide, verbera, ure! 'Kill him, Flog him, Burn him Alive!' (Seneca Epistles 7); The popularity, extent and duration of Roman Spectacula on Crete
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|Title:||Occide, verbera, ure! 'Kill him, Flog him, Burn him Alive!' (Seneca Epistles 7); The popularity, extent and duration of Roman Spectacula on Crete||Authors:||Kelly, Amanda||Permanent link:||http://hdl.handle.net/10197/8111||Date:||8-Oct-2011||Abstract:||Purpose-built amphitheatres, as an architectural type, have always been instantly recognisable as Roman. The amphitheatre represents an exclusively Roman architectural medium, serving as a vehicle for reinforcing Roman social order throughout provincial contexts and thereby affecting cultural transition.||Type of material:||Conference Publication||Publisher:||Philological Association 'Chrysostomos'||Volume:||5A||Copyright (published version):||2011 ΦΙΛΟΛΟΓΙΚΟΣ ΣΥΛΛΟΓΟΣ «Ο ΧΡΥΣΟΣΤΟΜΟΣ»||Keywords:||Amphitheatres; Roman spectacula; Gladiators; Ancient Greece||Other versions:||http://www.historical-museum.gr/eng/ekim/view/sunedria||Language:||en||Status of Item:||Peer reviewed||Conference Details:||Proceedings of the 10th International Congress of Cretan Studies, Chania, Greece, 1-8 October 2006||ISBN:||9789609558075|
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