Amici Populi Romani
This database originates in the research project ‘The Foreign Friends of Rome’. From 2002 to 2008, it formed part of the Trier-based Collaborate Research Centre 600 Strangers and Poor People. Modes of Inclusion and Exclusion from Antiquity to the Present Day (SFB 600). Dozens of case studies and systematic analyses of the ‘friendly’ relations between the Romans and their partners throughout the Mediterranean World and even beyond have resulted from this undertaking (cf. list of publications with abstracts). The prosopographical data on which many of these publications are based have been made available in 2004 for the first time. Thanks to the support of a growing network of authors, there is hope that the collection may at least approach completeness in the future.
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Suggestions for additions or improvements are welcome and should be directed to acoskun (at) uwaterloo.ca.
The next update (APR 05) is scheduled for winter 2013.