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The review NERONIA ELECTRONICA, with its international reading committee, wants to improve the research and the scientific debate about the Neronian age (from Claudius to Titus), its Hellenic, Hellenistic and Roman roots, its historical legacy and its image up to the present day. In accordance with the vocation of the society, it welcomes works from various disciplinary fields (history, literature, philosophy, history of art, law, archaeology, epigraphy, numismatics) and remains open to cross-disciplinary issues and scientific debates.
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Yves Perrin (Saint-Etienne) – Olivier Devillers (Bordeaux) – Manuel de Souza (Saint-Etienne)
Scientific committee :
Johannes Bergemann (Bochum) – Luigi Castagna (Milano) – Jean-Michel Croisille (Clermont-Ferrand) – Carl Deroux (Bruxelles) – Manuel de Souza (Saint-Etienne) – Olivier Devillers (Bordeaux) – Giovanna Galimberti Biffino (Milano) – Fabrice Galtier (Montpellier) – Miriam T. Griffin (Oxford) – Erhard Grzybek (Genève) – Matthew Nicholls (Reading) – Yves Perrin (Saint-Etienne) – Laszlo Takàcs (Budapest) – Gregor Vogt-Spira (Marburg).
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