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Author: Luque Delgado, Juan Luis
Director: Saquete Chamizo, José Carlos
Date: 2017
Document type: Final Degree Work
Academic Title: Universidad de Sevilla. Grado en Historia
Abstract: Los Caecilii Metelli fueron una importante familia que estuvo durante gran parte del periodo republicano a cargo de los puestos más altos de sus cursus honorum, desempeñando por tanto un papel clave en el devenir de los acontecimientos internos de R...
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The Caecilii Metelli were an important family that was in charge of the higher posts of his cursus honorum practically during all the Roman Republic period, playing therefore a key role in the evolution of the internal events in Rome and in their external projections. This end-of-degree project, in its first part makes a brief approach to the origins of the Caecilii Metelli, from a mythical perspective and a from a bibliographical to then treat the political life of the leading male members during the Republic from their magistratures played, ranging from its beginning in the third century until the middle of the first century BC through his successful military campaigns and their participation in the political discussions in Rome. Finally, a socio-economic overview of the family its developed, from his more immediate social circles among those who they allied or antagonised until its main sources of wealth.
Cite: Luque Delgado, J.L. (2017). Los Caecilii Metelli. Una familia al servicio de la res publica romana. (Trabajo Fin de Grado Inédito). Universidad de Sevilla, Sevilla.
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URI: https://hdl.handle.net/11441/75383

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