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5 p, 170.0 KB Agis y Cleómenes / Martínez Lacy, Ricardo (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México)
Plutarco comparó a los políticos reformadores romanos que fueron los hermanos Gracos con los reyes espartanos Agis y Cleómenes, el primero Euripóntida y el segundo Agíada. Sin embargo, bien mirado, se vuelve notorio que sus movimientos de reforma tenían como fin el fortalecimiento de la dinastía de cada uno en detrimento de la otra. [...]
Plutarch compared the reforming Roman politicians who were the brothers Gracchi to the Spartan kings Agis and Cleomenes, the former a member of the Euypontid dynasty, the latter of the Agiad. However, an attentive reading of their biographies, reveals that their reform movements’ aim was the increase in the power of their respective dynasties and the corresponding enfeeblement of the other one. [...]

2017
Historiae, Núm. 14 (2017) , p. 87-91 (Articles)  
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16 p, 361.6 KB Los historiadores bizantinos / Martínez Lacy, Ricardo (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México)
This is a review of the thirty five historians who wrote political history at the Byzantine Empire and the beginning of the Ottoman rule on Constantinople.
2016
Historiae, Núm. 13 (2016) , p. 77-92 (Articles)  
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9 p, 180.5 KB El oráculo de Delfos en la historia de Atenas según Plutarco de Queronea / Martínez Lacy, Ricardo (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México)
To Plutarch, Apollo and Zeus intervened in history through obscure oracles which had to be interpreted. This happened in Athenian history several times.
2014
Historiae, Núm. 11 (2014) , p. 95-103  
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5 p, 249.3 KB Interpretación del testimonio flaviano / Martínez Lacy, Ricardo (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México)
19th century historians maintained that if Josephus admitted that Jesus Christ had been the Messiah, he would have been a Christian and that was impossible. But in the I A. D. Christianity had not been crearly defined as a religion different from Judaism, so the conclusion is false Josephus could believe that Jesus Christ was the Messiah and still remain being a Jew.
2013
Historiae, Núm. 10 (2013) , p. 85-89  

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