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The Collectio Avellana

2011 Conference

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EMPERORS, BISHOPS, SENATORS: THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE COLLECTIO AVELLANA, 367-553 AD – ROME, 1-2 APRIL 2011

Friday, 1 April 2011

Introduction
09:00-09:15 Opening & Welcome
09:15-09:45 Alexander Evers, Dear emperor, dear bishop. The significance of the Collectio Avellana.
Emperors & Senators – Chair: Hans Teitler
09:45-10:15 Guido Clemente (with Simona Dondi), Senato e senatori tra IV e VI secolo: l’evidenza della Collectio Avellana.
10:15-10:35 Coffee & Tea
10:35-11:05 Mark Humphries, Magnus Maximus and the Roman Church – Collectio Avellana 39.
11:05-11:35 Benet Salway, Author and audience in the Valentiniano-Theodosian correspondence.
Topography of Rome – Chair: Hans Teitler
11:50-12-20 Jacqueline Long, Churches in Rome. The evidence of the Collectio Avellana.
12:20-12:50 Massimiliano Ghilardi, La Collectio Avellana: fonte per la topografia di Roma tardoantica? Qualche breve osservazione.
13:00-14:15 Lunch
Bishops & Authority – Chair: Averil Cameron
14:15-14:45 Marianne Saghy, Bishop Damasus in the Collectio Avellana.
14:45-15:15 Rita Lizzi Testa, La procedura delle elezioni papali attraverso la testimonianza della Collectio Avellana e Variae cassiodoree.
15:15-15:45 Michele Salzman, The Letters of Leo and Innocent in the Collectio Avellana. Changing notions of the bishop’s role in the Vth Century.
16:00-16:20 Tea & Coffee
16:20-16:50 Philippe Blaudeau, À propos des sections 3 et 4a de l'Avellana (n°51-78): comment documenter le rejet de Chalcédoine manifesté en Orient?
16:50-17:20 Claire Sotinel, Echos of sixth century controversies in the Collectio Avellana.
Conclusion

Saturday, 2 April 2011

Heresy & Schism – Chair: Bernard Stolte
08:45-09:15 Neil McLynn, Tyrants, Arians, and Manichees: Magnus Maximus in the Collectio Avellana.
09:15-09:45 Angelo di Berardino OSA, La questione Pelagiana nella Collectio Avellana.
09:45-10:15 Maria de Mar Marcos, The documents of the Pelagian controversy in the Collectio Avellana (Nos. 41-50).
10:30-10:45 Coffee & Tea
10:45-11:15 Juana Torres Prieto, Il conflitto di Giovanni Crisostomo in Occidente: l’epistola 38 della Collectio Avellana.
11:15-11:45 Ramon Teja, Il scisma romano del 418-419 nei documenti della Collectio Avellana.
Women and Power – Chair: Bernard Stolte
11:55-12:25 Kate Cooper, Aristocratic women in the Collectio Avellana.
12:25-12:55  Julia Hillner, Anicia Iuliana and the Collectio Avellana. What difference do her letters make?
13:05-14:00 Lunch
Text & Textuality – Chair: Rosamond McKitterick
14:00-14:30 Daan den Hengst, The causal conjunctions quod, quia, and quoniam in the Collectio Avellana.
14:30-15:00 David Lambert, De codice Fausti cuiusdam, natione Galli: the Collectio Avellana and the repercussions of Augustine’s reception in Gaul.
15:00-15:30 Conrad Leyser, Whose weapon? The Collectio Avellana in the age of Church reform.
15:45-16:00 Tea & Coffee
Roman Law – Chair: Alexander Evers
16:00-16:30 Peter Heather, Collecting imperial pronouncements.
16:30-17:00 Detlef Liebs, Aus dem Archiv der Stadtpräfektur in Rom: Collectio Avellana 1-40 (366 – 420 n.Chr.).
17:00-17:30 Boudewijn Sirks, Legal aspects of the Collectio Avellana.
17:30-18:00 Bernard Stolte, The Collectio Avellana and the Codex Iustinianus: Documents 84 & 91.
Conclusion

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