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This must certainly be an exaggeration: it is just possible that Augustus' imperium
was equated to that of the consuls and thus would be valid in Rome and Italy;12
alternatively he may have received some other specific rights enjoyed by a ...
posed by Horace, on the Capitol and Palatine to the older and newer gods of
Rome, and Augustus and Agrippa offered sacrifice. 'Grant, o gods,' sang the choir
, 'grant to the young a spirit to learn and righteous conduct, grant to the old peace
On the powers that Augustus received in 27 and 23 B.C. there is an immense
modem literature. It is possible here to mention only some of the more recent
works written in English : M. Hammond, The Augustan Principate (1933); M.
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