Children in the Roman Family of Late Antiquity



Type Appeared in Conference without Proceedings
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Arts

Description The contribution addressed some main aspects and features concerning the studies of children and family life in antiquity. It focused on the late antique western Roman empire with the emphasis laid on characteristic perception of freeborn children in the life of the family and society and on the frame of children’s life that was created by the late Roman law and the central institution of this frame - the patria potestas.
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