Sklaven und Freigelassene von Römern in Iudaea und den angrenzenden Provinzen

in Novum Testamentum
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Abstract

Concrete information about Roman slavery in the eastern provinces is very rare. In the literary sources there is almost nothing. Only in inscriptions do we find reflections of this phenomenon. In most cases only manumitted slaves are mentioned, which reflects the importance manumission had for the Roman type of slavery. It also becomes clear that slaves do not form a clear category in the social reality; in fact their social standing depends largely on the social position of the master.

Sklaven und Freigelassene von Römern in Iudaea und den angrenzenden Provinzen

in Novum Testamentum

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JosephusB.J. 6.414ff.

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JosephusB.J. 1.361f.; A.J. 15.96.

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W. EckRom und Judaea: Fünf Vorträge zur römischen Herrschaft in Palaestina (Tübingen: Mohr2007) 94ff.

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JosephusA.J. 20.141 ff.

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Siehe dazu W. EckTeilhabe an der Macht: Kaiserliche Freigelassene in der Gesellschaft des Imperium Romanum (Festvortrag zur 14. Ausoniuspreis-Verleihung; Trier: Universität Trier2012).

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E. Herrmann-OttoEx ancilla natus: Untersuchungen zu den „hausgeborenen“ Sklaven und Sklavinnen im Westen des römischen Kaiserreiches (Stuttgart: Steiner1994) 15ff.

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