Cinnanum tempus y mos maiorum: una nueva lectura.

Carlos Heredia Chimeno

Resumo


O Cinnanum Tempus (86-84 a.C.) é o primeiro período de certa normalização após a dinâmica das guerras civis que surgiram após a Guerra Social (91-87 a.C.). Este artigo procura analisar o época para observar a transgressão e consolidação de um novo mos maiorum ou de novos pilares constitucionais, criando uma nova visão desse momento histórico crucial.

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Cinnanum Tempus; Cinnae Dominatio; mos maiorum, Guerra Social.

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