The Roman Empire
Harvard University Press, 1995 - 366 Seiten
This sweeping history of the Roman Empire from 44 B.C. to A.D. 235 has three purposes: to describe what was happening in the central administration and in the entourage of the emperor; to indicate how life went on in Italy and the provinces, in the towns, in the countryside, and in the army camps; and to show how these two different worlds impinged on each other.
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The New Order
The Work of Augustus
the Social and Intellectual
The Consolidation of the Principate
The Army and the Provinces in the First Century AD
The State of Italy from Petronius to Pliny
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administration Aelius Aristides Africa Agrippa Agrippina amphitheatre Ancient Annals Antoninus Antony Antony's aqueduct Archaeological Augustan History Augustus Augustus's BC-AD Britain Caesar Caligula Cambridge U.P. campaigns Carthage Chapter Christians Classical Claudius Claudius's command Commodus consul consulship Danube death Domitian Drusus East eastern Egypt emperor equestrian estates evidence excavation Flavian freedmen frontier Galba Garnsey Gaul Germanicus Germany governor Greek Hadrian inscriptions instance Italian Italy Jewish Judaea Julia Lambaesis later Latin legionary base legions Livia London Lucius Marcus Aurelius marriage military Nero Nero's Nerva Octavian Oxford U.P. P.A. Brunt Parthians period Pliny Pompeii praetorian prefect proconsul provinces records reign Republic Res Gestae revolt Rhine Roman army Roman Empire Roman Imperial Rome second century Sejanus Senate senatorial Septimius Septimius's sesterces Severus slaves social soldiers Studies Suetonius Syria Tacitus Tacitus's Tiberius Tiberius's Titus took town trade tradition Trajan tribes tribunician power Velleius Vespasian villa