Lives of the Caesars

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Barnes & Noble Publishing, 2004 - History - 448 pages
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Written by a palace insider and published at the height of the Roman Empire, this title gives an individual portrait of each emperor. It is an account of the emperors that brings the mundane, tragic, and scandalous activities of Rome's elite - the emperors, their families, friends, enemies, successes, failures, loves, and ambitions - to life.
  

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Contents

THE DEIFIED JULIUS i
46
GAIUS CALIGULA
150
GALBA OTHO AND VITELLIUS
257
THE DEIFIED VESPASIAN
290
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