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Tokarev A. N. Interpretation of republicanism and traditionalism in modern historiography in connection with formation of the official ideology of the Early Principate during the epoch of Emperor Augustus

The article is devoted to interpretation of republicanism and traditionalism in the historiography. Modern researchers dont see a special difference between traditionalism and republicanism and correlate them with aristocratic values of the senate supporters, natives of the upper classes. However, according to the author, republicanism and traditionalism cant be synonyms as the latter was the basis for outlook of all Roman society, regardless of citizens estate belonging or political convictions. Traditionalism, as aggregate of Roman polis representations, was the basis for republicanism and political propaganda of populares, and each of them could become the source for formation of the official ideology of early Principate. Therefore its necessary to differentiate between traditional and republican tendencies because their displacement may result in misunderstanding intentions and final aims which some Roman political figures put before themselves.


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