The Cambridge ancient history: Augustan Empire, 43 B.C.-A.D. 69, Volume 10

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Alan K. Bowman, Edward Champlin, Andrew William Lintott
Cambridge University Press, 1996 - History - 1193 pages
The period described in this volume begins in the year after the death of Julius Caesar and ends in the year after the fall of Nero. Its main theme is the transformation of the political configuration of the state to a dynastic monarchy and the establishment of the Roman Empire. Central to the period is the achievement of the first emperor, Augustus.
 

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Contents

The triumviral period
1
Provincial administration and taxation AlAN K Bow
43
Political history
69
Political history 30 B C to A D 14
70
power authority achievement II 3
113
The expansion of the empire under Augustus
147
The Alps
169
Tiberius to Nero
198
13ſ Cyrene
619
The East
641
14b Egypt
676
14c Syria
703
14d Judaea
737
F Society religion and culture
768
Rome and its development under Augustus and
782
Rome in the early Empire
812

Government and administration
207
From Nero to Vespasian
256
The imperial court
283
The Senate and senatorial and equestrian posts
324
Io Provincial administration and taxation
344
The army and the navy
371
The administration of justice
397
The West
414
E Italy and the provinces
431
b Sicily Sardinia and Corsica
434
13c Spain
449
13d Gaul
464
13e Britain 43 B C to A D 69
503
13f Germany 5 17
517
13g Raetia
535
13h The Danubian and Balkan provinces 5 45
545
Augustus to Vespasian
586
Index
821
The origins and spread of Christianity
848
Social status and social legislation
873
I9 Literature and society
905
2O Roman art 43 B C to A D 69
930
Appendices to chapter 13a by M H CRAw For D
979
Stemmata
990
Io 35
1039
IoA7
1047
Ioj4
1061
Ioé I
1068
IoTo
1082
Io89
1089
Io97
1097
I
1104
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