1 edition of Documents illustrating the reigns of Claudius & Nero found in the catalog.
Documents illustrating the reigns of Claudius & Nero
1951 by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English
|Statement||collected by M.P. Charlesworth.|
|Contributions||Charlesworth, M. P.|
As Tiberius became more embittered with the position of Princeps, he began to depend more and more upon the limited secretariat left to him by Augustus, and specifically upon Sejanus and the Praetorians. Seagerpp. There lay, singly or in heaps, the unnumbered dead, of every age and sex, the illustrious with the obscure. His relationship to the other emperors of this dynasty was as follows: he was the stepson of Augustus, grand-uncle of Caligula, paternal uncle of Claudius, and great-grand uncle of Nero.
One such modern representation is in the novel I, Claudius by Robert Graves and the consequent BBC television series adaptation, where he is portrayed by George Baker. The censors [C. Cloak: Pliny HN Strocka, V. In an age that despised weakness, Claudius was unfortunate enough to have been born with defects.
The Emperor Claudius. Similarly, the "Tribute Penny" referred to in Matthew and Mark is popularly thought to be a silver denarius coin of Tiberius, although this association, like others, has been based only on the emperor's reign coinciding with the ministry of Jesus, since the title of Caesar on coinage was very ambiguous at the time. From the same source, however, it emerges that Augustus suspected that there was more to this "idiot" than met the eye. Munatius and Paulus Aemilius [did not complete the lustrum ]. Exeter
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I ; no English translation of the Etymologies. Historians generally agree that it is during this time that the question of Augustus' heir became most acute, and while Augustus had seemed to indicate that Agrippa and Marcellus would carry on his position in the event of his death, the ambiguity of succession became Augustus' chief problem.
Vivo, A. The arch of Drusus was dedicated on 12th March. Anecdota Secret History. As Tiberius became more embittered with the position of Princeps, he began to depend more and more upon the limited secretariat left to him by Augustus, and specifically upon Sejanus and the Praetorians.
It was just off the coast of Campania, which was a traditional holiday retreat for Rome's upper classes, particularly those who valued cultured leisure otium and a Hellenised lifestyle.
The Golden Ass Metamorphoses trans. No English version; library has Eutropi Breviarium ab urbe condita cum versionibus graecis et Pauli Landolfique additamentis, ed.
J C Like Tacitus, he drew upon the imperial archives, as well as histories by Aufidius BassusCluvius RufusFabius Rusticus and Augustus' own letters, but his account is more sensationalist and anecdotal than that of his contemporary.
Res gestae in 31 books continuing Tacitus, covering ; books extant. Sejanus Edit Sejanus hailed from Volsinii in Etruria, from the equites family of Lucius Seius Strabo, who also shared the Praetorian Prefecture until 15 when his father was promoted to be Prefect of Aegyptus, the pinnacle of an equestrian career under the Principate.
Tiberius had statues of Sejanus erected throughout the city,   and Sejanus became more and more visible as Tiberius began to withdraw from Rome altogether. Mierow BR Poet, administrator, bishop. He said the remains of steps and other improvements were discovered dating to Roman times.
Paschoud PA His complete unpopularity is proven by the failure of the Senate to vote him divine honours. Similarly, the " Tribute Penny " referred to in Matthew  and Mark  is popularly thought to be a silver denarius coin of Tiberius.
Kim therefore erred when he claimed that this formula was "unique to Augustus, a title with which no other emperor, with the possible exception of Tiberius, could be associated" Claudius, then, is a more enigmatic figure than the other Julio-Claudian emperors: at once careful, intelligent, aware and respectful of tradition, but given to bouts of rage and cruelty, willing to sacrifice precedent to expediency, and utterly ruthless in his treatment of those who crossed him.
Sherwin, Jr. Iunius Iuvenalislate 1st-early 2d century, d. Loeb Letters online Socrates: Greek church historian. The invasion itself, spearheaded by four legions, commenced in the summer of 43 and was to last for decades, ultimately falling short of the annexation of the whole island if indeed that was Claudius's final objective at the outset.
In 50 the Senate voted her the title "Augusta," the first prominent imperial woman to hold this title since Livia -- and the latter had only held it after Augustus's death.
Tiberius married Vipsania Agrippinathe daughter of Augustus' close friend and greatest general, Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa. Epitome of Histories, universal history to Background. Tiberius was born in Rome on 16 November 42 BC, to Tiberius Claudius Nero and Livia Drusilla.
 In 39 BC, his mother divorced his biological father and remarried Gaius Julius Caesar Octavianus shortly thereafter, while still pregnant with Tiberius Nero's son.
Shortly thereafter in 38 BC his brother, Nero Claudius Drusus, was born.  Little is recorded of Tiberius's early hildebrandsguld.comlace: Rome.
A Source Book for Augustus and Tiberius Victor Ehrenberg and A. H. M. Jones: Documents Illustrating the Reigns of Augustus and Tiberius, Second Edition. Pp. Xii+Categories: Ancient Greek and Roman Philosophy.
Tiberius Claudius Nero was born on 16 November 42 BC to Tiberius Nero and Livia Drusilla. In 38 BC, a younger brother, Nero Claudius Drusus, was born and the brothers developed a famously close relationship. From his birth in a noble family¹, Tiberius was destined for public life.
The book has been written with two classes of reader in mind— those primarily interested in the Roman scene, and those interested in human rights in general. In order to move the story along as briskly as possible, technical discussions are largely confined to the notes.
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originally intended their Documents illustrating the Reigns of Augustus and Tiberius (Oxford, Clarendon Press,viii -f- pp., 12s. 6d.) as a com panion to Charlesworth's similar volume for the reigns of Claudius and Nero. But they have ended by giving us a much larger book, whose texts form.