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      Migrar, viajar y servir en la antigüedad: la experiencia de Plinio el Joven en el siglo II d. de C. Translated title: Migrate, Travel, and Serve in Ancient Times: The Experience of Pliny the Younger in the 2nd Century AD.

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          RESUMEN Los estudios migratorios recientes han impulsado que la historiografía romana, en las últimas décadas, efectúe una revisión a la movilidad y migración en la antigüedad grecorromana. El presente artículo tiene como propósito principal analizar la migración en el siglo II d. de C. del gobernador Plinio el Joven a la provincia oriental de Bitinia-Ponto. Este estudio se desarrolla metodológicamente a través de su fuente principal, el Epistolario, cuya riqueza literaria proporciona un sinnúmero de claves para el estudio de la movilidad humana como patrón de conducta, describiendo aspectos de la migración a las ciudades y haciendo posible reconstruir los roles desempeñados por los funcionarios públicos desplazados, los viajes, las relaciones étnicas, culturales y multiculturales que se presentan en el imperio, vista por un experto jurista, político y literato del alto imperio.

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          ABSTRACT Recent migration studies have prompted Roman historiography, in recent decades, to review mobility and migration in Greco-Roman antiquity. The main purpose of this article is to analyze the migration in the second century after Christ of the governor Pliny the Younger to the eastern province of Bithynia-Ponto. This study is developed methodologically through its main source, the Epistolary, whose literary wealth provides countless keys for the study of human mobility as a pattern of behavior, describing aspects of migration to cities and making it possible to reconstruct the roles played. by displaced public officials, travel, ethnic, cultural and multicultural relations that occur in the empire, seen by an expert jurist, politician and writer of the high empire.

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                Journal
                revhistoria
                Revista de historia (Concepción)
                Rev. hist. (Concepc.)
                Universidad de Concepción.Facultad de Humanidades y Arte (Concepción, , Chile )
                0716-9108
                0717-8832
                2023
                : 30
                : 33
                Affiliations
                [1] Maule orgnameUniversidad Católica del Maule Chile avillalobos@ 123456ucm.cl
                Article
                S0717-88322023000100317 S0717-8832(23)03000000317
                10.29393/rh30-34mvav10034
                7acf12d0-034d-4afc-a2fd-f5497d5f74f4

                This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.

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                : March 2023
                : November 2023
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                Estudios Independientes del Dossier

                Migration,Poder.,Viajes,Cultura,Epistolario,Migración,Power.,Travel,Culture,Letters

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