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Cultural Memories in the Roman Empire

The Western Empire and the “People without History”: A Case Study from Southern Iberia

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Jiménez, A
January 1, 2015

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Publication Date

January 1, 2015

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170 / 190

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Getty Publications
 

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Jiménez, A. (2015). The Western Empire and the “People without History”: A Case Study from Southern Iberia. In K. Galinsky & K. Lapatin (Eds.), Cultural Memories in the Roman Empire (pp. 170–190). Getty Publications.
Jiménez, A. “The Western Empire and the “People without History”: A Case Study from Southern Iberia.” In Cultural Memories in the Roman Empire, edited by K. Galinsky and K. Lapatin, 170–90. Getty Publications, 2015.
Jiménez A. The Western Empire and the “People without History”: A Case Study from Southern Iberia. In: Galinsky K, Lapatin K, editors. Cultural Memories in the Roman Empire. Getty Publications; 2015. p. 170–90.
Jiménez, A. “The Western Empire and the “People without History”: A Case Study from Southern Iberia.” Cultural Memories in the Roman Empire, edited by K. Galinsky and K. Lapatin, Getty Publications, 2015, pp. 170–90.
Jiménez A. The Western Empire and the “People without History”: A Case Study from Southern Iberia. In: Galinsky K, Lapatin K, editors. Cultural Memories in the Roman Empire. Getty Publications; 2015. p. 170–190.

Publication Date

January 1, 2015

Start / End Page

170 / 190

Publisher

Getty Publications