DIRECTORY OF PROSOPOGRAPHICAL RESEARCH

 

Roman Empire

 

 

Project

Name/

Project Director

Institutional Affiliation

Website

Political & Social Range

Geographical Range

Chronological Range

Cicero

TREGGIARI, SUSAN

University of Oxford, Classics Faculty

not specified

Senate; Equites; Freedmen

Italy

1 c. BC

Commentary on the Varia of Cassiodorus

BARNISH, S.

Department of History, Royal Holloway, University of London

not specified

not specified

Roman Empire & Germanic Successor States, esp. Ostrogothic Italy

c. AD 300 – 600

Dark Age Rome: An Interactive Topography

not specified

Centre for Late Antiquity, Faculty of Arts, The University of Manchester

http://distlearn.man.ac.uk/darkrome/index.html

patronage transactions in the city of Rome

Rome

440 – 840

De Imperatoribus Romanis

Weigel, Richard D.

not specified

http://www.roman-emperors.org

on-line encyclopedia on the rulers of the Roman Empire

Roman Empire

27 BC – 1453

Dictionary of Roman Political and Social Biography, 168 - 111 BC

BENESS, J. LEA

HILLARD TOM

Department of Ancient History, Division of Humanities, Macquarie University

http://www.anchist.mq.edu.au/doccentre/BioDict.html

Roman citizens and their families, political elites

Mediterranean and Near East

2 c BC

Leading Classes in Late Medieval Rome (working title)

REHBERG, ANDREAS

Istituto Storico Germanico

not specified

canons of the greater Roman basilicas; Roman nobility

Rome

late 12 c. – 16 c.

not specified

SCHWARCZ, ANDREAS

Professor, Institut Fuer Oesterreichische Geschichtsforschung, Universitaet Wien

not specified

not specified

Roman Empire; Europe

Late Antiquity and Early Middle Ages

Prosopographia Imperii Romani

HORSTER, MARIETTA

PRI, BBAW

www.bbaw.de/bbaw/Forschung/ Forschungsprojekte/pir/de/Startseite

not specified

Roman Empire

Hellenistic and Roman times

Prosopography of the Roman Clergy

Llewellyn, Peter

Bangor

not specified

not specified

not specified

400 – 1000

Prosopography of Traditional, Oriental, Jewish and Christian Priesthoods in the City of Rome, 300 BC - 499 AD)

RUEPKE, JOERG

Professor, Comparative Religion, University of Erfurt

http://www.uni-potsdam.de/u/klassphilol/priedv.htm

Traditional, Oriental, Jewish and Christian Priesthoods

Rome

700 BC – 500 AD

Religion, Dynasty, and Patronage in Rome

Leyser, Conrad

 

Department of History, University of Manchester

http://www.art.man.ac.uk/cla/home.htm

interaction between "secular" and "religious" institutions

Rome

circa 440 –circa 840

Repertorium Academicum Germanicum

BAERISWYL, S.

HEESE, DR. CH.

KANDLER, W.

MORAW, PROF. DR. H.C.P.

SCHWINGES, DR. R.

WAGNER, F.

Departments of History, Universities of Berne and Giessen

http://www.rag-online.org/

graduates; non-graduate noble university attendees

Holy Roman Empire

circa 1250 – 1550

Role of Mentality in the Economic Decision Making Process by Private Entrepreneurs in Ancient Rome

VERBOVEN, KOENRAAD

Department of Archaeology and Ancient History of Europe, University of Ghent

not specified

Entrepreneurs

Mediterranean, Europe

300 BC – AD 300

Roman Judaea

CURRAN, JOHN

School of History, Queen's University Belfast

not specified

Roman Empire

Roman Near East

1 c. BC – 1 c. AD

Roman Martyrs Project

COOPER, KATE

Department of Religions and Theology, University of Manchester

http://www.art.man.ac.uk/cla/home.htm

the systematic study of the gesta martyrum

Rome

 5 c. – 6 c.

Secular Clergy, Their Families and Careers in North-Western Europe, 900 - 1200

BARROW, JULIA

School of History, University of Nottingham

not specified

not specified

not specified

circa 900 – circa 1200

Studies on the Consulate in Late Antiquity: on the Social and Political Meaning of the Highest Magistracy

SGUAITAMATTI, LORENZO

Historisches Seminar der University of Zurich

http://www.research-projects.unizh.ch/phil/unit66200/area199/p4278.htm

Consulates and Magistrates

Later Roman Empire

4 c. AD – 6 c. AD

 

 

 

Last updated on 5 February 2006.