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    Vespasian's apotheosis.Andrew B. Gallia - 2019 - Classical Quarterly 69 (1):335-339.
    In the study of the divinization of Roman emperors, a great deal depends upon the sequence of events. According to the model of consecratio proposed by Bickermann, apotheosis was supposed to be accomplished during the deceased emperor's public funeral, after which the Senate acknowledged what had transpired by decreeing appropriate honours for the new diuus. Contradictory evidence has turned up in the Fasti Ostienses, however, which seem to indicate that both Marciana and Faustina were declared diuae before their funerals took (...)
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    Vestal Virgins and Their Families.Andrew B. Gallia - 2015 - Classical Antiquity 34 (1):74-120.
    This article reexamines the evidence for the relationships between the Vestal virgins and their natal kin from the second century BC to the third century ad. It suggests that the bond between these priestesses and their families remained strong throughout this period and that, as a consequence, interpretations of the Vestals' position within Roman society that emphasize the severing of agnatic ties through their removal from patria potestas may be misguided. When placed in the broader social and legal context, the (...)
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    The republication of Draco’s law on homicide.Andrew B. Gallia - 2004 - Classical Quarterly 54 (2):451-460.
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