Percepciones político-culturales encontradas: griegos, romanos y philanthropía en las Historias de Polibio (IX.42.5-8)

Álvaro Matías Moreno Leoni

Resumo


Se ensaya aquí una interpretación de un pasaje fragmentario de las Historias de Polibio (IX.42.5-8), en el cual se narraba el episodio final de la toma de Egina durante la Primera Guerra Macedónica (210 a.C.). El encuentro entre las perspectivas griegas y romanas sobre la noción de philanthropía se acentúa a fin de mostrar su importancia en el contexto de la lección pensada por Polibio sobre ejercicio moderado del poder.


Palavras-chave


Polibio; philanthropía; historiografía griega; didáctica

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.17074/cpc.v1i39.36741

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