El inmediato ‘posconflicto’ y la construcción de la paz en el mundo antiguo: tres casos de estudio

Translated title of the contribution: The immediate 'post-conflict' and the construction of peace in the ancient world :

Daniel Gomez Castro, Antoni Ñaco del Hoyo, Jordi Vidal Palomino

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Abstract

In Antiquity war may be considered a sign of 'the end of all times'. After a tho-rough analysis of three case studies taken from the Iron Age Levant, the classical Greece and the Late Republican Rome, conditions for the next war may be detec-ted in postwar. Accordingly, 'the end of all times' in Antiquity also means a stage of permanent conflict, in which religion was not only a notorious issue but, on certain occasions, even the key to understand how a new conflict began. Therefore, this paper analyzes the unique symbiotic relationship between war and politics, but also peace and religion, during immediate postwar
Translated title of the contributionThe immediate 'post-conflict' and the construction of peace in the ancient world :
Original languageSpanish
Pages (from-to)191-214
Number of pages24
JournalARYS. Antiguedad, Religiones y Sociedades
Issue number10
Publication statusPublished - 2012

Keywords

  • Herem
  • Sacrificio ritual
  • Paz del Rey
  • Relaciones internacionales
  • República Romana
  • Mitrídates VI Eupátor
  • Ritual sacrifice
  • King's Peace
  • Interstate relations
  • Republican Rome
  • Mithridates VI Eupator

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