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Andrew Frederic Wallace-Hadrill, OBE, FBA, FSA (born 29 July 1951) is a British ancient historian, classical archaeologist, and academic.
Andrew Frederic Wallace-Hadrill, OBE, FBA, FSA (born 29 July 1951) is a British ancient historian, classical archaeologist, and academic. He was Director of the British School at Rome between 1995 and 2009, and Master of Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge from August 2009 to July 2013.
Suetonius is presented as a man of learning, rather than as a failed narrative historian.
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Written by Andrew Wallace-Hadrill, an expert on the site of Herculaneum, it is thoughtfully written and engages the reader immediately. It is one of the only books where I felt as if I thoroughly comprehended all the material he presented and I read it each time I go back to Italy. 2 people found this helpful. Andrew Wallace-Hadrill has some of the most beautiful photograph ever taken of Herculaneum on this book. Some of the photograph fold out. It is an excellent book.
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Andrew Wallace-Hadrill. Wallace-Hadrill's first academic position was Fellow of Magdalene College, University of Cambridge between 1976 and 1983. Andrew Wallace-Hadrill. Andrew Frederic Wallace-Hadrill. 1951-07-29) 29 July 1951 (age 68). Oxford, Oxfordshire, England. Suetonius on the emperor: Studies in the representation of the emperor in the caesars (1980). He was also the Director of Studies in Classics of the College during that time. He then lectured at the University of Leicester from 1983 till 1987.
Similar books and articles. Suetonius Andrew Wallace-Hadrill: Suetonius. Suetonius on the Flavians B. Jones, R. Milns: Suetonius: The Flavian Emperors. The Scholar and His Caesars. Classical Life and Letters. Pp. Ix + 216. London: Duckworth, 1983. VIII + 187. London: Bristol Classical Press, 2002.
1989 ‘Patronage in Roman society’ in A. Wallace-Hadrill (e. Patronage in Ancient Society (London, Routledge) 63-87.
Introduction pp 1-13. 1989 ‘Patronage in Roman society’ in A.
Suetonius, a Roman historian, was the author of "The Lives of the Caesars". This biography sets the historian's career and his method of dealing with his subject matter in the context of Roman society in the early Empire, and draws a picture of the coherence of Suetonius's life, appointments, scholarship and literary activities. Suetonius is presented as a man of learning, rather than as a failed narrative historian. This portrait takes account of recent evidence concerning his life and seeks to clarify the character of "The Lives of the Caesars" as a description of emperors and Roman imperial society by a scholarly biographer who himself was in the service of a scholarly Caesar - the Emperor Hadrian.