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Death and dynasty in early imperial Rome

John Bert Lott

Death and dynasty in early imperial Rome

key sources, with text, translation, and commentary

by John Bert Lott

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Latin Inscriptions,
  • Death,
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementJ. Bert Lott
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDG279 .L67 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25361693M
    ISBN 109780521860444
    LC Control Number2012023153

    Death and Dynasty in Early Imperial Rome: Key Sources, with Text, Translation, and Commentary by J. Bert Lott. Brings together important Latin inscriptions, including recently discovered documents concerning the death of Germanicus and trial of Calpurnius Piso, to illustrate the developing sense of dynasty that underpinned the new monarchy of. Her books, Roman Group Portraiture: The Funerary Reliefs of the Late Republic and Early Empire, and Roman Imperial Funerary Altars with Portraits, are considered the definitive works in their field.

    Essay. The Julio-Claudian principate commenced with Augustus (r. 27 B.C.–14 A.D.), and included the reigns of Tiberius (r. 14–37 A.D.), Gaius Germanicus, known as Caligula (r. 37–41 A.D.), Claudius (r. 41–54 A.D.), and Nero (r. 54–68 A.D.).During this time, Rome reached the height of its power and wealth; it may be seen as the golden age of Roman literature and arts, but it was also.   See Lott, J. B., Death and Dynasty in Early Imperial Rome (Cambridge, ), for discussion of sources honouring Gaius and Lucius after their deaths. On coins, see Sutherland, C. H. V., Coinage in Imperial Policy 31 b.c.–a.d. 68 (London, ), 53 – 78, who interprets the coinage as a device for creating a successor.

    Books About the Early Kings of Rome Books About Julius Caesar Books About Augustus Caesar Books About Tiberius. Imperial Life and Death. The Complete Roman Emperor: Imperial Life at Court and on Campaign by Michael Sommer. How emperors spent their daily lives, ran the empire, and managed their wives, courtiers, and officials. Early Roman Empire Architecture. The early Roman Empire consisted of two dynasties: the Julio-Claudians (Augustus, Tiberius, Caligula, Claudius, and Nero) and the Flavians (Vespasian, Titus, and Domitian). Each dynasty made significant contributions to the architecture of .


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