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By Sam Mbah, I. E. Igariwey

ISBN-10: 1884365051

ISBN-13: 9781884365058

The 1st publication at the subject. Covers anarchistic parts in conventional African societies, African communalism, “African socialism,” and the after-effects of colonialism.

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SC : ): f”re Á boÅlei. : ‘Fac quod tibi praeceptum est . . ’ (A. A. R. , Atti e passioni dei martiri, Milan, Mondadori, , p. ). Augustine was able to do this, in part, because he was so well practiced in these “virtual debates” from days as early as his confrontations with the Manichees in Africa: see, for example, his Contra Faust. praef. : ): “Commodum autem arbitror sub eius nomine verba eius ponere et sub meo responsionem meam” – followed by no less than twenty-three books of dialogic refutation.

This terrible custom These theatrical venues of factional fan-driven rivalries and violence, all of them involving young men, also existed in Caesarea. But it is almost certain that the caterva was different from entertainment violence and rioting. Its purpose was simply the violence itself, not the support of some actor or gladiator, or a battle over a contested referee’s call. And it involved everyone, the old and the young, women and men. It was a form of communal violence. The city of Rome and, for that matter, Caesarea were not alone in exhibiting this behavior.

In Roman Pompeii of the mid-first century ce, the people celebrated the benefactions of Aulus Clodius Flaccus, one of the mayors or duumviri of the city. As part of the Apollonian Games that he staged in gratitude for being elected, Flaccus presented a parade, bulls, bullfighters, three pairs of pontiarii, and gangs of fist-fighters or pugiles catervarii – all followed by plays and pantomimic performances, one of them featuring the famous dancer Pylades. ” Equivalent, therefore, to manus and turba, both of which were frequently used to designate informal collections of persons gathered in episodes of civil violence: Cic.

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