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The study of the appearance and diffusion of adjectives linked to the virtues of good government (fortissimus, felicissimus, inuictissimus, indulgentissimus) makes it possible to refine the vision of the “good prince” conveyed in the official imperial discourse, as it appears in the inscriptions of the African provinces, from Augustus to Constantine.

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The Emperor’s Qualities and Virtues in the Inscriptions from Augustus to the Beginning of Constantine's Reign: “Mirrors for prince”?

Qualités et vertus de l’empereur dans les inscriptions d’Auguste au début du règne de Constantin: « Miroirs au prince »?

Series:  Impact of Empire, Volume: 42


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