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The Murder of Regilla was terribly boring, but probably a good introduction to learning about Greek and Imperial Roman domestic/marital customs. If you thought the majority of the book was actually about murder and domestic violence, think again/5. Murder of Herodes by Michael Gagarin, , available at Book Depository with free delivery : Michael Gagarin.
Murder of Herodes: And Other Trials from the Athenian Law Courts Paperback – Nov. 1 by Kathleen Freeman (Editor) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all 13 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price New from Used from 5/5(1). THE MURDER OF HERODES and Other Trials from the Athenian Law Courts by Freeman, Kathleen. Hackett Publishing, pp. Trade paperback, VG, THE MURDER OF HERODES and Other Trials from the Athenian Law Courts, includes: Four trials for murder, Three trials for violence, Four trials concerning property, Trial concerning civil status, Trial concerning .
The Murder of Regilla. by Sarah B. Pomeroy (Harvard; $) December 3, Save this story for later. and Herodes was a leader in an intellectual movement that sought to reassert the. In The Murder of Regilla: To understand Regilla and her difficult position as the wife of Herodes Atticus, Pomeroy employed varied and often wide-ranging evidence: letters between Marcus.
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These remarkable documents of Greek social and cultural history include masterpieces of lively narrative and subtle argument prepared by such orators as Lysias, Antiphon, and Demosthenes. The fifteen cases presented represent the first recorded instances of the working of a democratic jury system under a definite code of law aimed at inexpensive and equal justice for all citizens.
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ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Cited by: 8. members. Hence the elaborate precautions to insure that none came into contact with the accused. But if the φονεύς had no part in the πόλις of the victim, his blood-guilt lost this social importance; what now required satisfaction was the wrong done to a.
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In the narrative of On the Murder of Herodes, the speaker emphasizes the lack of visual evidence for the fate of Herodes.
He presents it as a disappearing-act, claiming that Herodes was visible [ phaneros ] while leaving the party and not coming back, but the next day was invisible [.
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Dobson, The Greek Orators, Antiphon. Table of Contents. At the height of the Antonine age, the plutocrat, former Athenian archon, and Roman consular Herodes Atticus, whose wife Regilla had miscarried and died in the eighth month of pregnancy, allegedly from a blow to the belly administered at her husband’s order by his freedman Alcimedon for a trivial cause, 1 was prosecuted for her murder by her brother.
writs to secure the attendance of the accused and the necessary witnesses. There followed a preliminary inquiry (προδικασία), which opened with the administration of a peculiarly solemn oath to the prosecutor, defendant, and witnesses by the court official known as the ὁρκώτης, A goat, a ram, and a bull were sacrificed, and all had to lay their hands on the offerings and.
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The Murder of Herodes. and Other Trials from the Athenian Law Courts. Translated, with Introduction, by Kathleen Freeman. - pp. The Murder of Regilla by Sarah B. Pomeroy Book Review by Bryaxis Hecatee This book comes in a pleasant little format, some pages (plus notes and annexes) which claims to tell us all that is known about the murder of Regilla, a noble lady.
Book Description: Born to an illustrious Roman family in BCE, Regilla was married at the age of fifteen to Herodes, a wealthy Greek. Twenty years later--and eight months pregnant with her sixth child--Regilla died under mysterious circumstances, after a blow to the abdomen delivered by Herodes's freedman.
Aspasia Annia Regilla, full name Appia Annia Regilla Atilia Caucidia Tertulla (Greek: Ἀσπασία Ἄννια Ῥήγιλλα, ), was a wealthy, aristocratic and influential Roman woman, who was a distant relative of several Roman emperors and empresses.
She was the wife of the prominent Greek Herodes Atticus. The Hardcover of the The Murder of Herodes: And Other Trials from the Athenian Law Courts by Kathleen Freeman at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 Due to COVID, orders may be : Kathleen Freeman.
In the New Testament, the Massacre of the Innocents is the incident in the nativity narrative of the Gospel of Matthew () in which Herod the Great, king of Judea, orders the execution of all male children two years old and under in the vicinity of Bethlehem.A majority of Herod biographers, and "probably a majority of biblical scholars", hold the event to be myth, legend.
Born to an illustrious Roman family in CE, Regilla was married at the age of fifteen to Herodes, a wealthy Greek. Twenty years later -- and eight months pregnant with her sixth child -- Regilla died under mysterious circumstances, after a blow to the abdomen delivered by Herodes's freedman.
Though Herodes was charged, he was acquitted. Sarah Pomeroy's investigation. Herod (/ ˈ h ɛr ə d /; Hebrew: הוֹרְדוֹס, Modern: Hordos, Tiberian: Hōreḏōs, Greek: Ἡρῴδης, Hērǭdēs, Aramaic: הֵרָודֵס Hērāwdēs; 74/73 BCE – c. 4 BCE), also known as Herod the Great and Herod I, was a Roman client king of Judea, referred to as the Herodian history of his legacy has polarized opinion, as he is known for his colossal building Father: Antipater the Idumaean.COUPON: Rent The Murder of Herodes And Other Trials from the Athenian Law Courts 1st edition () and save up to 80% on textbook rentals and 90% on used textbooks.
Get FREE 7-day instant eTextbook access!From an acclaimed author comes a fascinating story of the life, marriage, and death of an all but forgotten Roman woman. Born to an illustrious Roman family in CE, Regilla was married at the age of fifteen to Herodes, a wealthy Greek who championed his country's values at a time when Rome ruled.
Twenty years later--and eight months pregnant with her sixth child--Regilla 3/5(1).