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Authors: Colombo, Francesco Edoardo Maria
Internal Tutor: BIAVASCHI, PAOLA
Title: Universae Gothorum gentes Romano sese imperio dediderunt. Profili dei rapporti romano-gotici nel IV sec. d.C.
Abstract: The paper analyzes the particularly problematic political, juridical-legislative and cultural situation of the period between 350 A.D. and 410 AD about, coinciding with the great migrations of the barbarian populations (especially the Gothic ones) within the borders of the Roman Empire and placing as a thematic and temporal center of gravity, the Foedus Gothicum of 382 A.D. In this context, the scientific target pursued is to identify and distinguish, if it’s possible, which legislative provisions and which literary works, produced in conjunction with the aforementioned migrations of peoples, were in causal, direct or indirect relationship, with the same relocations; which imperial constitutions were the expression of the legislative, pro-barbaric or anti-barbaric, policy of the imperial chancelleries (especially under Valente, Theodosius and his direct successors) and which coeval philosophical-literary works, on the other hand, showed the social and cultural perception of this situation and of the consequent imperial Gothic politics.
Keywords: Goti, Romani
Issue Date: 2020
Language: ita
Doctoral course: Diritto e scienze umane
Academic cycle: 32
Publisher: Università degli Studi dell'Insubria
Citation: Colombo, F.E.M.Universae Gothorum gentes Romano sese imperio dediderunt. Profili dei rapporti romano-gotici nel IV sec. d.C. (Doctoral Thesis, Università degli Studi dell'Insubria, 2020).

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