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Recherches sur certains insignes patriciens auxquels la tradition confère une origine étrusque. Le cas du faisceau de licteur, de la sella curulis et du lituus augural

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Fraiture, Timothée ULiège
Promotor(s) : Berthelet, Yann ULiège
Date of defense : 18-Jan-2021/23-Jan-2021 • Permalink : http://hdl.handle.net/2268.2/11086
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Title : Recherches sur certains insignes patriciens auxquels la tradition confère une origine étrusque. Le cas du faisceau de licteur, de la sella curulis et du lituus augural
Translated title : [fr] Research on certain patrician insignia to which the tradition confers an Etruscan origin. Fascis, sella curulis and lituus
Author : Fraiture, Timothée ULiège
Date of defense  : 18-Jan-2021/23-Jan-2021
Advisor(s) : Berthelet, Yann ULiège
Committee's member(s) : Morard, Thomas ULiège
Rochette, Bruno ULiège
Language : French
Number of pages : 220 pages volume de texte, 149 volume annexe
Keywords : [fr] Insignes de pouvoir, origine, Etrurie
Discipline(s) : Arts & humanities > History
Target public : Researchers
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Institution(s) : Université de Liège, Liège, Belgique
Degree: Master en histoire, à finalité approfondie
Faculty: Master thesis of the Faculté de Philosophie et Lettres

Abstract

[fr] The Greco-Roman literary tradition attributes Etruscan origins to the Roman insignia imperii, an evidence supported by numerous modern works. The question whether these insignia were influenced or transmitted by Etruscans remains mostly based on Isidoro Falchi’s discovery in 1897 of a double-headed fasces in Vetulonia (circa 630 BC). Silius Italicus’ testimony served as a basis for scientific theories which assumed too promptly a heavy Etruscan legacy. The interest of this unique material source, which has caused historical and archaeological confusion, deserves new research, as well as joint research with two other insignia: the sella curulis and the augural lituus. Due to its age, Murlo's "theon agora" frieze (circa 600-575 BC) enables the creation of a solid basis for the theory and justifies a joint study of these three insignia. A periodization of the insignia of power recently proposed by Thierry Piel (PIEL 2000 and 2002) in his study will be taken into account. The purpose of this study is to reconsider previously put forward hypotheses and to re-evaluate a supposed Etruscan influence or transmission within the framework of Etrusco-Roman relations and inter-ethnic mobilities.


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  • Fraiture, Timothée ULiège Université de Liège > Master hist., à fin.

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  • Morard, Thomas ULiège Université de Liège - ULiège > Département des sciences historiques > Histoire de l'art et arch. de l'antiquité gréco-romaine
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  • Rochette, Bruno ULiège Université de Liège - ULiège > Département des sciences de l'antiquité > Langues et littératures anciennes (orient. clas.) : grec
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