Caesar Augustus: Seven Aspects by Millar F., Segal E. (ed.)

By Millar F., Segal E. (ed.)

Caesar Augustus This booklet provides seven clean and unique perspectives of Caesar Augustus through a global staff of students. The papers amassed the following think of the picture which he offered of himself, how historians and poets reacted to him, the character of his rule, and the illustration of the newly-established monarch between his topics within the provinces.

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Prop. HI. 4. 10 and III. 22. Idem, II. 7. 14. For shortage of manpower see Pliny, NH VII. 149: 'Scrvitiorum delectus, iuventutis penuria'. Cf. Suet. Tib. Dio. LVI. 23. 1-3. P. A. andJ. M. Moore: The Res Gestae Divi Augusti (1967), 40. Paras. 26 and 27; for references to all Augustus' "mosts" and "firsts" sec W. , csp. 363, and M. Reinhold, 'Augustus's Conception of himself, Thought 55 (1980), 36. g. W. Hoffman, 'Der Widerstreit von Tradition und Gegenwart im Tatenbericht des Augustus', Gymn. , esp.

Wiss. 1917, 399; A. von Domaszewski, 'Die philosophischen Grundlagen des augustäischen Prinzipats', Festgabe für Gotheim (1925), 63; J. Kaerst, 'Scipio Aemilianus, die Stoa und der Prinzipat', Neue Jahrb. f. Wiss, 5 (1929), 653; M. Pohlenz, Antikes Führertum (Neue Wege zur Antike II. 3, 1934); A. Alföldi, 'Die Ausgestaltung des monarchischen Zeremoniells am römischen Kaiserhofe', Rom. Mitt. 4 (1934), 1 = Die monarchische Repräsentation im römischen Kaiserreiche (1970) 3; V. Pöschl, Römischer Staat und griechischer Staatsgedanke bei Cicero (Neudeutsche Forschungen, Abh.

Cic. 45. 1. Fr. 10 = Plut. Brut. 27. 1. e. g. Tac. Ann. I. 10; Suet. Aug. 13 Fr. 11 = Suet. Aug. 27. 4. According to Appian, Quintus Gallius asked for the command in Africa, but plotted against Octavian; in consequence he was stripped of his praetorship, the enraged people tore his house down, and the Senate condemned him to death. Octavian however tried to spare his life. He ordered him to depart to his brother, Marcus Gallius, who was serving under Antonius. Quintus took ship and was never seen again: Appian, BC III.

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