This volume contains a series of articles that examine the Roman family in Italy and the empire using a wide range of evidence and considering a number of critical issues. Its focus on regional differences in family structure, forms of marriage, and kinship patterns make it the first publication to include targeted study of the family in the Roman provinces. The chapters cover Roman Egypt, Judaea, Spain, Gaul, North Africa, and Pannonia, and make use of bothconventional textual sources and epigraphic evidence and material that is less frequently treated, including the medical writers and the Justinianic receipts.
- Publication Date:
- 03 / 03 / 2005