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ROMAN PATRIOTISM AND CULTURAL IDENTITY UNDER THE EMPIRE

A. V. Makhlayuk

The article examines some characteristic features of the Roman patriotism under the Empire, tracing their dependence on the specific conditions of a world power (such as the spread of Roman citizenship, involvement of provincial elites in state administration, urbanization and Romanization); at the same time, the author deals with the continuity of republican traditions and values, as well as interrelations of Roman patriotism with the processes and forms of cultural identification among ruling classes and intellectual elites of the Roman world. Particular attention is paid to the emergence of dual Graeco-Roman identity, which largely determined the particularity of the Roman imperial patriotism.

Keywords: patriotism, Ancient Rome, Roman empire, cultural identity, Graeco-Roman biculturalism.

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