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by Fergus Millar,Erich Segal

  • ISBN: 0198148585
  • Author: Fergus Millar,Erich Segal
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  • Rating: 4.9 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 232
  • Publisher: Clarendon Press; 1 edition (August 9, 1984)
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  • Category: Memoris
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All seven articles contain helpful endnotes and the work as a whole is a valuable contribution to scholarship on the Augustan Ag. -Classical Bulletin.

All seven articles contain helpful endnotes and the work as a whole is a valuable contribution to scholarship on the Augustan Ag. Fergus Millar is at Brasenose College, Oxford. Erich Segal is at Wolfson College, Oxford. Series: Clarendon Paperbacks.

Caesar Augustus book. Caesar Augustus (Clarendon Paperbacks). 0198148585 (ISBN13: 9780198148586).

Fergus Millar, Erich Segal. This book presents seven fresh and original views of Caesar Augustus, as the authors of the papers collected here consider the image which he presented of himself, how poets and historians reacted to him, the nature of his rule, and the representation of the newly established monarch among his subjects in the provinces. The contributors are well-known historians and scholars: Zvi Yavetz (Tel Aviv), Fergus Millar (Oxford), Claude Nicolet (Paris), Emilio Gabba (Pavia), Werner Eck (Cologne), Glen Bowersock (Princeton), and Jasper Griffin (Oxford).

This book presents seven fresh and original views of Caesar Augustus, as the authors of the papers collected here consider the image which he presented of himself, how poets and historians reacted to him, the nature of his rule, and the representation of the newly established monarch among his subjects in the provinces

Millar, Fergus (1964). Study of Cassius Dio. Oxford University Press. Millar, Fergus; Erich Segal (1984). Caesar Augustus: Seven Aspects.

Millar, Fergus (1964). Millar, Fergus (1993).

Caesar Augustus : Seven Aspects. Camden Professor of Ancient History and Fellow Fergus Millar. Tell us if something is incorrect.

Sir Ronald Syme has been honoured by seven pieces of scholarship which individually and collectively represent the most important contributions to the study of Augustus for many years.

This book presents seven fresh and original views of Caesar Augustus by an international group of scholars. The papers collected here consider the image which he presented of himself, how historians and poets reacted to him, the nature of his rule, and the representation of the newly-established monarch among his subjects in the provinces. Sir Ronald Syme has been honoured by seven pieces of scholarship which individually and collectively represent the most important contributions to the study of Augustus for many years. by Fergus Millar and Erich Segal

Caesar Augustus : Seven Aspects. by Fergus Millar and Erich Segal. This book presents seven fresh and original views of Caesar Augustus, as the authors of the papers collected here consider the image which he presented of himself, how poets and historians reacted to him, the nature of his rule, and the representation of the newly established monarch among hissubjects in the provinces.

This book presents seven fresh and original views of Caesar Augustus, as the authors of the papers collected here consider the image which he presented of himself, how poets and historians reacted to him, the nature of his rule, and the representation of the newly established monarch among hissubjects in the provinces.

20 The fundamental study of the Ara Pacis remains Moretti. Simon gives a lengthy bibliography for the monument, which has not been superseded by her Augustus, Kunst und Leben in Rom um die Zeitenwende, Munich, 1987

20 The fundamental study of the Ara Pacis remains Moretti. Simon gives a lengthy bibliography for the monument, which has not been superseded by her Augustus, Kunst und Leben in Rom um die Zeitenwende, Munich, 1987. One must add, however, the citations in N. Hannestad, Roman Art and Imperial Policy (Jutland Archaeological Society Publications, xix), Aarhus, 1986, 370-372, and G. Koeppel, "Die historischen Reliefs der romischen Kaiserzeit v. Ara Pacis Augustae 1," Bonner Jahrbiicher, CLXXXVII, 101-157.

This book presents seven fresh and original views of Caesar Augustus by an international group of scholars. The papers collected here consider the image which he presented of himself, how historians and poets reacted to him, the nature of his rule, and the representation of the newly-established monarch among his subjects in the provinces.

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