Le législateur chrétien a-t-il persécuté les juifs ? : Empire romain, IVe-Ve siècles

Capucine Nemo-Pekelman 1
MSH Ange-Guépin - Maison des Sciences de l'Homme Ange-Guépin, CRHIA - Centre de recherches en histoire internationale et Atlantique - EA 1163, UN - Université de Nantes
Abstract : Persecution is an illegitimate, cruel and persistent annoyance. But the notion of illegitimacy, cruelty and harassment is a subjective one and moreover it fluctuates according to historical periods. It is therefore uneasy to say whether or not a Roman Legislation was persecutory. In particular, can we say that the Roman Imperial Legislation on Jews was persecutory? To answer this question, we shall not evaluate these Laws with modern criteria but rather consider the point of view of the time. To do so, we will focuse on comments and criticisms, which the Legislator on the one hand, and the Jewish Roman citizens on the other addressed concerning these Laws.
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