AIRF Vol. 33. Hoping for Continuity. Childhood, Education and Death in Antiquity and the Middle Ages

Edited by Katariina Mustakallio, Jussi Hanska, Hanna-Leena Sainio & Ville Vuolanto
Roma 2005
ISBN 952-5323-09-9

Beryl Rawson: The Future of Childhood Studies in Classics and Ancient History.

Didier Lett: Brothers and Sisters. New Perspectives on Medieval Family History.

Eva Cantarella: Roman Marriage. Social, Economic and Legal Aspects.

Judith Evans Grubbs: Children and Divorce in Roman Law.

Marja-Leena Hänninen: From Womb to Family. Rituals and Social Conventions Connected to Roma Birth.

Véronique Dasen: Blessing or Portent? Multiple Births in Ancient Roma.

Christian Laes: Childbeating in Antiquity: Some Reconsiderations.

Janet Huskinson: Disappearing Children? Children in Roman Funerary Art of the First to the Fourth Century AD.

Maura Lafferty: Augustine, the Aeneid and the Roman Family.

Ville Vuolanto: Children and Asceticism. Strategies of Continuity in the Late Fourth and Early Fifth Centuries.

Nikos Kalogeras: The Role of the Parents and Kin in the Education of Byzantine Children.

Sari Katajala-Peltomaa: Parental Roles in the Cananonisation Processes of Saint Nicola of Tolentino and Saint Thomas Cantilupe.

Jussi Hanska: Education as an Investment. The Childhood of Pietro del Morrone in the Thirteenth Century Abbruzzi.

Susanna Niiranen: Ensenhamen. Educational Ideal and Elite Women in Twelfth and Thirteenth Century Occitania.

Katariina Mustakallio: Roman Funerals: Identity, Gender and Participation.

Maurizio Bettini: Death and its Double. Imagines, Ridiculum and Honos in the Roman Aristocratic Funeral.

Marxiano Melotti: Crossing Worlds: Space, Miths and Rites of Passage in Ancient Greek Culture.

Christian Kuhn: Remembering the Death for the Sake of the Living. Family Values in the Bequests of the Nuremberg Tuchers (1450-1550).

Michael Goodich: The Death of a Saint: a Hagiographical Topos