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BANCALARI MOLINA, Alejandro. Theodor Mommsen, el mundo romano y sus proyecciones: A propósito del centenario de su muerte. Atenea (Concepc.) [online]. 2005, n.492, pp.135-146. ISSN 0718-0462. http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0718-04622005000200007.
The main objetive of this article is to highlight the work and thought of the most important German historian, jurist and epigraphist of the nineteenth century on the hundredth aniversary of his death (1903). T. Mommsen was a pioneer in studies of prosopography, imperial inscriptions, the Roman provinces as the body of the empire, the processes of imperialism and romanization and, in short, of multiple studies linked to the Roman world in its political-juridical sphere. At the same time, he was a visionary since he had a conscience of a european spirit and he conceived history in a holistic and globalized dimension. Due to his great intellighenzia, erudition and production, Mommsen obtained in 1902 the Nobel Prize in Literature
Palabras clave : Historian; jurist; classic; Nobel; holistic.