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5 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «NEGOTIATRICES»
Discover the use of negotiatrices in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to negotiatrices and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
War, Women and Children in Ancient Rome
Leo, Abudia Megiste, the anonymous Spaniard and still another Megiste (CIL VI.
814) are the only vendors on our roster to label themselves as negotiatrices, but it
is clear from Digesta 220.127.116.11 and 18.104.22.168 that the title had a wider application ...
John K. Evans, 2014
Women's Influence on Classical Civilization
Off. 1.151) Businesswomen, accordingly, ranged from shopfront artisans to
highpowered merchants (negotiatrices) engaged in commerce and shipping on
the grand scale, or great landed ladies funding the ventures of their social
inferiors as ...
Eireann Marshall, Fiona Mchardy, 2004
Reading Roman women: sources, genres and real life
Landladies of pubs and hot-food shops had a poor reputation, but wholesale
dealers, negotiatrices, figure in legal writings as women of substance (Kampen
1981: 110-11). In the late Republic and early Empire, the term negotiator (and, ...
Suzanne Dixon, 2001
Image and Status: Roman Working Women in Ostia
No references cast aspersions on the moral character or status of negotiatrices,
perhaps because they could be independent and wealthy owner-operators as
well as freed or slave managers (institores). The literary references to female
Natalie Kampen, 1981
Epigrafía y sociedad en Hispania durante el Alto Imperio: ...
Honestae feminae in Baetica include a remarkable number of negotiatrices of
olive oil named in the beta inscriptions of the tituli picti of Dressel 20 amphoras.
Among their ranks is Cornelia Q.f. Placida, named in a titulus pictus of A.D. 191 (
Sabine Armani, Bénédicte Hurlet-Martineau, Armin U. Stylow, 2003
« EDUCALINGO. Negotiatrices [online]. Available <https://educalingo.com/en/dic-en/negotiatrices>. Dec 2019 ».