Ancient History Magazine 39

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Ancient Roman citizenship granted those who possessed it a unique set of rights and responsibilities that had no exact parallel in the ancient world. This coveted status was, initially at least, not easy to achieve.

Theme: Citizenship in Ancient Rome

  • Jasper Oorthuys, 'Duties and privileges - Citizenship in Ancient Rome'.
  • Lindsay Powell, 'Roman citizenship and the justice system - Civis Romanus sum!'.
  • Elena Miramontes Seijas, 'Conveying status through fashion - Romans dressing the part'.
  • Murray Dahm, 'Taking the Roman census - Making it count'.
  • Karen Fox, 'A Roman citizenship plot twist - Cicer-no'.
  • Daniel Kershaw, 'Citizenship as a reward for service - Quid pro quo'.


  • Jona Lendering, 'Dating ancient papyri - Chronology matters'.
  • Lara Weiss, 'Strategies of commemoration under King Tutankhamun'.
  • Silvia Fogliazza, 'Between death and the underworld - The wolf in the Etruscan world'.
  • Manon Henzen, 'Women at the table in ancient Rome - Impressing the guests'.
  • Anneka Mihajlov, 'The Spartans face Telesilla of Argos - Karma for Cleomenes'.
  • Krisztina Csilla Csák, 'Ostia, city of treasures - The gateway of Rome'.
  • George Connor, 'Modern Storyteller's new game with a classical twist - Excavating The Forgotten City'.

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