DOI: https://doi.org/10.30840/2413-7065.4(65).2017.127719

Процес витворення римської моделі титулатури

Nazar Biletsky

Анотація


У статті розглядається проблематика вивчення домодерної титулатури. Спираючись на аналіз уявлень про верховну владу та взаємодію правителя з елітами в Римській та Візантійській імперіях, автор пропонує основні елементи римської моделі титулатури, що стала взірцем для більшості середньовічних монархій.

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модель титулатури; Римська імперія; Візантійська імперія; верховні правителі; титулатурний атрибут; титулатурний абстракт

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