Roma Imperial e China: Comunicação e transmissão de informações

  • Anne Kolb Universidade de Zurique
  • Michael A. Speidel Instituto de Arqueologia da Universidde de Warsaw
  • Jésssica Regina Brustolim Universidade de São Paulo
Palavras-chave: Roma Imperial, China, Comunicações, Transmissão de informações

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Anne Kolb, Universidade de Zurique

Anne Kolb is professor of Ancient History at the University of Zurich.  Her main interests and research include political structures in the ancient world, social, economical and cultural history of the Roman Empire, and Greek and Latin Epigraphy.  Since 2000, Kolb has been managing an ongoing research project which focuses on structures of power and domination in the ancient practice of states, and the social and cultural history of the Roman Empire, as well as epigraphic and papyrological problems.  She is the editor of the Corpus Insciptionum Latinarum for volume XVII.

Michael A. Speidel, Instituto de Arqueologia da Universidde de Warsaw

Michael A. Speidel teaches Ancient History at the Universities of Zurich, Basel and Bern. He is currently also a Polonez fellow at the Institute of Archaeology of the University of Warsaw. Speidel’s research focuses on the history of the Roman Empire, imperial rule and frontier zones, including the connectivities that bound the Mediterranean basin to the larger ancient world of the Middle East, Africa, India and China. His research interests also include the material culture, Roman epigraphy, numismatics, and papyrology. Speidel was trained in Ancient History and other ancient world sciences at the universities of Zürich (PhD 1990), Basel, Heidelberg and Oxford. He received several significant grants, academic honours, and guest professorships. He also worked in museums, and produced and organized exhibitions, has conducted field work at several sites, including Zeugma on the Euphrates in Southern Turkey, where he also served as an advisor to the UNESCO special projects envoy.

Jésssica Regina Brustolim, Universidade de São Paulo

Possui graduação em História pela Universidade de São Paulo (2019), onde desenvolveu pesquisa de Iniciação Científica sobre o culto da deusa Epona na cidade de Roma. Atualmente, prepara projeto de mestrado sobre as tabuletas de maldição como prática popular. Tem experiência na área de História, com ênfase em História Antiga (Texto informado pelo autor)

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2019-12-12
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Kolb, A., Speidel, M. A., & Regina Brustolim, J. (2019). Roma Imperial e China: Comunicação e transmissão de informações. Heródoto: Revista Do Grupo De Estudos E Pesquisas Sobre a Antiguidade Clássica E Suas Conexões Afro-asiáticas, 4(1), 395-422. https://doi.org/10.34024/herodoto.2019.v4.10128
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