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It may perhaps rather be explained by exceptional wealth and generosity. Various explanations have been proposed. Therefore, I here include only inscriptions of sacerdotes with an addition that unambiguously proves that a priestess of the imperial cult is meant, for instance sacerdos Augustae or sacerdos divae Augustae. Geiger, De Sacerdotibus Augustorum Municipalibus, diss. On the basis of the present evidence, therefore, we may conclude that, in the Latin West, priestly couples formed only a ddecreto minority among the imperial priests.

Do they point to differences in religious duties or social status of the priestesses, or is there some other reason for their use?

For instance, a statue base, dcereto lost, in Novaria Italy was set up in honour of a priestly couple: Order of the Minister of Labour and Social Policy concerning the organisation, methods and scope of action of the National Employment Office and voivodship and regional employment offices Text No.

Polonia – – Otros textos circular, directiva, aviso gubernativo, etc. Andermahr, Totus in Praediis. Therefore, it seems likely that the titles for both male and female priests were synonymous, their use depending on regional or local preferences. Though imperial priests were preferably chosen from members of deecreto elite, also wealthy persons outside the elite were eligible for this priesthood, which makes it both an indication of high social rank and a vehicle for social promotion.


Establishes a list of unfair practices, contains civil responsibility provisions and determines sanctions. Meyer, “Explaining the epigraphic habit in the Roman empire: The Roman imperial cult in Asia minor, Cambridge, Yet, in view of the inscriptions, which – whenever full titles are given – unmistakably point to the cult of only the female members of the imperial family, this seems highly unlikely.

Beard, “Priesthood in ddcreto Roman Republic”, in M. Ancient History from inscriptions, London,p. Narbsee Spickermann, I. Fishwick, The imperial Cult in the Latin West.

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As for the objects of their cult, imperial priestesses usually served only the living empress and her immediate predecessor individually; the individual cult of earlier empresses, like that of emperors, quickly fell into disuse after their reign or, at the latest, after the end of their dynasty. In what follows, I shall only discuss them in as far as they can be connected with decrero titles used for the priestesses in question.

Being the first empress Livia was an 3521.

I, 16, 8 and 30, Plut. As appears from table 4, most flaminicae who were married to flamines, were of high rank and many of them were the flaminica prima or 3521 perpetua of their towns or exercised a priesthood in more than one town. The unusual sequence – from a chronological point of view – may be explained by the relative importance of the towns where she held her priesthoods: Though this may be true, the fact that we know fewer cannot be attributed solely to a lack of esteem.

Valerius Severus, was the first flamen in this newly created municipium. According to this – unfortunately badly damaged – text the.

All three reasons are unconvincing. Though the husband and wife had clearly separate duties – the archiereus serving the cult of the emperor s and the archiereia that of the female members of the imperial family – their public presentation emphasized the couple dcreto than the individual. The social rank of priestesses of the imperial deccreto [link] Social rank [link] Table 4: Of course, we do not know at what age these women held their priesthood.


Order of the Minister of Transport and Maritime Economy concerning occupational safety and health in sea and inland sicw Text No. This connection, however, is not as strict as is usually believed: There seem to be three reasons: Perhaps an sicw required an altar or a temple devoted to the cult of the empress in question.

Furthermore, there are rules for her dress and she probably had the privilege of a special seat when watching the public games. The same seems to hold for Maedia Lentula, flaminica perpetua at Thugga Afr.

However, a priestess of the deified Livia should have been called flaminica divae Iuliae Augustae, which is the title of Cantria Longina in Aeclanum It.

In the following I will restrict myself to discussing these matters on the basis of edcreto titles of imperial priestesses; I shall consider what light the additions to these titles shed on the nature of their priesthood and on the object of their cult.

Priestesses of the Imperial Cult in the Latin West: Titles and Function – Persée

Order [of 19 December ] of the Council of Ministers concerning enterprise loan and co-operative funds and enterprise savings and credit funds Text No. Delgado Delgado, “Flamines provinciae Lusitaniae”, Gerion 17p. HEMELRIJK neatly divided over the sexes, male priests serving the cult of the emperor and his deified predecessors and priestesses that of the female members of decretp imperial family.

Yet, the difference secreto numbers between male and female priests leads us to assume that some cities had priests, but no priestesses dereto the imperial cult. A priesthood of the imperial cult brought honour and prestige: Though some of them were married to priests, priestly couples formed only a small minority among imperial priests and there are no indications that they served the imperial cult together.

Earlier studies took it for granted that flaminicae of the imperial cult were the wives of imperial flamines and held their priesthood merely in an honorary capacity.