Arqueologia Biopolitica: La Sintaxis Espacial De La Arquitectura Domestica Romana En La Meseta Oriental Jesus Bermejo Tirado pdf lit doc

March 25, 2019

Arqueologia Biopolitica: La Sintaxis Espacial De La Arquitectura Domestica Romana En La Meseta Oriental por Jesus Bermejo Tirado

Titulo del libro: Arqueologia Biopolitica: La Sintaxis Espacial De La Arquitectura Domestica Romana En La Meseta Oriental

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The expansion of the Roman state by the Mediterranean meant the generalization of a series of norms that regulated certain aspects of the social life of its inhabitants. At the dawn of the imperial government, this normative framework undergoes a series of fundamental changes. Augusto and his successors established a series of social policies aimed at more effective control of the population and the statute of citizenship. These mechanisms of social regulation were articulated around different planes of everyday life such as taxes, property, kinship, inheritance or procreation. But these state apparatuses unequally affected the disinterested members of a community. In this book, Jesus Bermejo addresses precisely this question: how these Roman social policies affected people"s lives. The expansion of the Roman state by the Mediterranean meant the generalization of a series of norms that regulated certain aspects of the Social life of its inhabitants. At the dawn of the imperial government, this normative framework undergoes a series of fundamental changes. Augusto and his successors established a series of social policies aimed at more effective control of the population and the statute of citizenship. These mechanisms of social regulation were articulated around different plans of everyday life such as taxes, property, kinship, inheritance or procreation. But these state apparatuses unequally affected the disinterested members of a community. In this book, Jesus Bermejo addresses precisely this question: how these Roman social policies affected the lives of people.