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Épigraphie religieuse et communautés civiques au Haut-Empire : la délimitation du territoire de la ciuitas Aeduorum aux IIe et IIIe siècles

Abstract : Since the 19th century, many proposals have been made regarding the boundaries of the territory of the civitas Aeduorum. Although there is general agreement on many geographic sectors, there are still major discrepancies of opinion, principally in the regions of Autissiodurum / Auxerre and Alesia. The religious epigraphy of the Early Empire, in particular the use of a specific formulary, seems to demonstrate a single religious (and political) community in these regions, which would thus have all belonged to the civitas Aeduorum in the 2nd and 3rd centuries.
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Michel Kasprzyk, Pierre Nouvel, Antony Hostein. Épigraphie religieuse et communautés civiques au Haut-Empire : la délimitation du territoire de la ciuitas Aeduorum aux IIe et IIIe siècles. Revue archéologique de l'Est, Société archéologique de l’Est, 2012, 61, pp.97-115. ⟨halshs-00819032⟩

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