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This is a fine collection of essays on the changing quality of family life as classical Rome shifted to medieval Rome. Given the unprecedented change in our century, I hope for a volume six.

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However, no evidence beyond the author’s opinion in hkstoria, nor is there anything in the historical record that documents this supposed “middle class” morality as admitted by the author in a later section. Now for something completely different. Sep 20, Kate Lansky is currently reading it. Jul 28, Mike rated it it was amazing.


Slaves rinsing the genitalia of their masters immediately following sex; the shame associated with performing oral sex on a woman; the large retinue of lackeys and ‘clients’ that any Roman man of repute would be expected to support to one extent or another; the social position of slaves and the fluidity of Roman society freed slaves could attain considerable power and wealth, frequently more than ordinary Romans ; Roman practices regarding unwanted, illegitimate or just inconvenient children; the critical importance of civic reputation as a both complementary and competitive aspect of identity: Jul 29, Thorlakur rated it liked it.

Come spesso mi capita, ho occupato un sacco di spazio per parlare della mia storia personale relativa al libro, e ora finalmente giungo alla recensione vera e propria!

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Mar 29, Inna rated it it was amazing. It was thought that children were too weak to be counted and that they could disappear at any time. This book is the product of the methodology created by the annales school of historians in france. Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty.

Aug 05, Elizabeth Coleman added it Shelves: I thought the section on Byzantium was thin, omitting depth of coverage hhistoria the evolution of public games and exhibitions.

A History of Private Life: From Pagan Rome to Byzantium

They keep to their sources. Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. That makes no sense whatsoever. Celibacy, the rise of monasticism, the gradual retreat of civic-mindedness, and an emerging understanding of the morality of marriage are major themes in this good if unexceptional chapter.

I’d hoped the change in authors as the chapters moved forward would bring some relief, but it does not. Just a hidtoria while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Much of this history is fussy, timid, non-committal and ‘jaunty’, in that it lurches about then with a grand histrionic swoosh, it drills down into a micro-focus on the most unexpected and undeserving subjects.


It is a unique book, and well worth reading. Why the seemingly obvious recapitulation of the title? English Choose a language for shopping. It’s rife with mistakes ranging from typos to basic factual errors, and presents contentious viewpoints as though they were widely accepted and uncontroversial.

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This admirable book brings it intelligently into the web of social history and is a model for historians and readers alike. Amazing insight into history and its similarities to today’s life. I hope the other books in this series are better written. The book essentially is a hodgepodge — an agglomeration of index-card jottings amassed over a number of years, I surmise.

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There’s a lot of information in here that, as a writer, makes you think about the whys and wherefores of day-to-day life in different cultures through history and throughout the world. At times history can look like a vast conspiracy amongst landowning light colored males and this series isn’t going to be any different–new cultural historians don’t have the “well, people did the best they knew how” gene. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon.

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