Flavian Rome: Culture, Image, Text
Anthony Boyle, William J. Dominik
BRILL, Oct 31, 2002 - History - 796 pages
The politics, literature and culture of ancient Rome during the Flavian principate (69-96 ce) have recently been the subject of intense investigation. In this volume of new, specially commissioned studies, twenty-five scholars from five countries have combined to produce a critical survey of the period, which underscores and re-evaluates its foundational importance.
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Reading Flavian Rome
2 The New Aristocracy of Power
3 Conquerors and Conqueredon Flavian Coins
4 Poetry and Politics at the Games of Domitian
Images of Pleasure and Devotion ...
Parsing Flavian Rome
7 Architecture and Surveillance in Flavian Rome ...
Mrs Arthur Strong and Flavian Style the Arch of Titus and the Cancelleria Reliefs
16 The Politics of Epic Performance in Statius
Programmatising Rome and Romanitas in Silius Italicus Punica 1 and 2
Statius Silvae 16
Tacitus Suetonius Juvenal
20 The Triumph of Flavius Josephus
Reading On and Between the Lines
Money Poetry Mendicancy and Patronage in Martial
Martial Epigrams 10
The Discourse of Flavian Empire
10 Rhetoric of Writing and Reading in the Preface to Plinys Naturalis Historia ...
The Prodigal Text
12 A Religion for the Empire
Politics and Philosophy in Flavian Rome
14 Plutarch and the Return of the Archaic
Looking Back with Octavia
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