Auxiliaria stipendia merere. La solde des auxiliaires de la fin de la guerre sociale à la fin du Ier s. p.C.

Abstract : This paper examines how the payment of auxiliary soldiers evolved, from the Republican system studied up to the Social war by Claude Nicolet (payment by concerned communities) to the Imperial system that gradually comes to dominate in the 1st c. AD (payment by Rome). Firstly, the paper describes the different phases that led gradually to the Imperial system. Secondly, it tries to establish the proportion of troops were concerned but the new Imperial system and how it evolved up to the end of the 1st c. AD. Finally, it discusses the actual coins used for the payments in the various situations described previously.
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Stéphane Martin. Auxiliaria stipendia merere. La solde des auxiliaires de la fin de la guerre sociale à la fin du Ier s. p.C.. Michel Reddé. De l’or pour les braves ! Soldes, armées et circulation monétaire dans le monde romain. Actes de la table ronde organisée par l’UMR 8210 (AnHiMa) à l’Institut national d’histoire de l’art (12-13 septembre 2013), Ausonius éditions, pp.117-138, 2014, 978-2-35613-117-1. ⟨hal-01278204⟩

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