Le 12 février 2015
Séminaire de Diana GOROSTIDI, Post-doc, Institut Català d'Arqueologia Clàssica (ICAC) - Tarragona
The ancient city of Tusculum is a very important source for the study of ancient Roman institutions with a rich and complex corpus epigraphicum. The archaeological surveys carried out by the Escuela Española de Historia y Arqueología during the last twenty years have revealed huge structures and new discoveries in the center of the city. Among them, we can highpoint some relevant inscriptions that allow us to portray the self-representation and the relationship between Rome and this small town of the Latium Vetus, truly ancient capital just in the beginning of the Republic.