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Title: Era aqui que Febo adormecia
Other Titles: This was the place where Phœbus fell asleep
Authors: Encarnação, José d' 
Keywords: CIL II 258, 259 and 31*; Scallabis; Roman temples; roman imperial cult
Issue Date: 11-Nov-2016
Publisher: Centro de Estudos Arqueológicos Oeiras - Câmara Municipal
Serial title, monograph or event: Estudos Arqueológicos de Oeiras
Volume: único
Issue: 22 - 2015
Place of publication or event: Oeiras
Abstract: According to lost roman inscriptions, a legatus provinciae Lusitaniae honoured Sol et Luna at Sintra, near Olisipo, perhaps with a temple over the Ocean’s coast, and ancient written traditions also give us the idea that his initiative could be interpreted as a rivalry between Colonia Scallabitana and Olisipo, at the emperor Augustus’ reign. Therefore, the actual archaeological research gives us the opportunity to discuss not only the very problematic authenticity of these epigraphic texts but also the real context in what the XVII and XVIII centuries’ authors wrote their stories.
Description: O editor científico da revista é o Doutor João Luís Cardoso.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10316/32802
ISSN: 0872-6086
Rights: openAccess
Appears in Collections:FLUC Secção de Arqueologia - Artigos em Revistas Nacionais

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