Notes that Crook was right to warn of 'taking Terentia as typical'. He mentions that wealthy Romans depended on slaves and fieldmen to manage the estate and women were not in so different a position from men; paterfamilias most commonly meant estate-owners.
ALS from Richard Saller, Department of History, University of Chicago.
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- Dates of Creation20 Aug 1998
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