Agents and Objects

Agents and Objects

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Agents and Objects. Children in Pre-Modern Europe. Editors Katariina Mustakallio & Jussi Hanska
Säätiö Institutum Romanum Finlandiae - Stiftelsen Institutum Romanum Finlandiae
Acta Instituti Romani Finlandiae 42
s.l. s.a., 197 pp.


Articles: Katariina Mustakallio & Jussi Hanska, Children in Pre-modern Europe, Agents and/or Objects? Bibliography; Elina Pyy, The Horatii Legend and the Ambivalence of Youthful Heroism; Sonia Taiarol, Representations of Children and Juveniles in the Painted Tombs of Tarquinia; Sanna Joska, Symbols of Continuity: Greek Senatorial Families and Honorific Dedications to the Children of Marcus Aurelius and Faustina the Younger; Ville Vuolanto, Children and Work. Family Strategies and Socialisation in the Roman and Late Antique Egypt; Mikko Pentti, The Role of Servants in the Upbringing of the Roman Elite Girls in Late Antiquity; Sari Katajala-Peltomaa, Learning by Doing: Pilgrimages as a Means of Socialisation in the Late Middle Ages; Jenni Kuuliala, Unlikely Heroes: A Study on Three Miracles Narratives of Disabled Beggar Children in Late Thirteenth-Century Hagiographic Sources; Jussi Hanska, Education of Royal Princes. The Case of St. Louis of Toulouse; Svetlana Hautala, Why Did the Ancient Romans Put Toys in their Children's Graves? Interpretations from the Era of Antiquarianism to 20th Century Anthropology

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ISBN 978-88-7140-690-9
ISSN 0538-2270