The paper aims to analyze the circulating mechanism of roles in Roman social aggregations. The intersection of these changing roles can impact the consideration of people's Roman Law discipline, with using a wider reconstructive analysys. Through a cross-disciplinary ana-lisys of the sources, between sociology, history and law, the research proposes an experi-mental approach to the archaic aggregative models, moving from a fragmented method-ology to an integrated multilevel analysis of these socio-legal phenomena for improving our knowledge of the legal status of people in ancient Rome.

Sodales, socii, fratres: reticoli aggregativi e proiezioni giuridiche fra età arcaica e tarda repubblica

RANDAZZO, SALVATORE
2020

Abstract

The paper aims to analyze the circulating mechanism of roles in Roman social aggregations. The intersection of these changing roles can impact the consideration of people's Roman Law discipline, with using a wider reconstructive analysys. Through a cross-disciplinary ana-lisys of the sources, between sociology, history and law, the research proposes an experi-mental approach to the archaic aggregative models, moving from a fragmented method-ology to an integrated multilevel analysis of these socio-legal phenomena for improving our knowledge of the legal status of people in ancient Rome.
Sodalitates; Interdisciplinary studies; Roman social roles
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