Between Republic and Empire: Interpretations of Augustus and His Principate

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Kurt A. Raaflaub, Mark Toher
University of California Press, Dec 21, 1993 - History - 495 pages
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Representing five major areas of Augustan scholarship—historiography, poetry, art, religion, and politics—the nineteen contributors to this volume bring us closer to a balanced, up-to-date account of Augustus and his principate.
 

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Contents

H GAlstERER Technische Universität Aachen
1
S E Ostrow College of the Holy Cross
16
Roman Revolution
21
J LINDERski University of North Carolina
42
Caesar Divi filius and the Formation
54
6
72
T J LUCE Princeton University
123
Augustus and the Evolution
139
B A KELLUM Smith College
276
W MIERse University of Vermont
308
J Pollini University of Southern California
334
The Augustales in the Augustan Scheme
364
G W Bowersock Institute for Advanced
380
E S GRUEN University of California Berkeley
395
K A RAAFLAUB and L J SAMONS II Brown
411
Index of Subjects
455

Swan University of Saskatchewan
155
H P STAHL University of Pittsburgh
174
S G NUGENT Brown University
239
G WILLIAMs Yale University
258

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Kurt Raaflaub is Professor of Classics and History at Brown University. Mark Toher is Associate Professor of Classics at Union College.

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