Ana Teresa Marques Gonçalves

Roman Empire in celebration: public ceremonies in the principality and the dominate

The purpose of the project is to analyze textual, iconographic, numismatic, epigraphic and archaeological documentation regarding festivities in the ancient Roman world, in the Principality and the Dominato.


The exercise of power in the Roman world and the forms of imperial succession: rereading the work of Dion Cassius

To analyze the nine volumes that comprise the Roman History of Dion Cassius Cocceiano, produced in the transition of second to third century AD, reflecting on the way in which this writer from Bithynia, who wrote in Greek, thought the constitution and maintenance of power in the succession of systems of government in Basel, from the Republic and the Monarchy.