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  • ISBN: 9781250049124
  • ISBN: 1250049121
  • Physical Description: print
    385 pages : illustrations, genealogical tables, ... Read More
  • Edition: First St. Martin's Edition.
  • Publisher: [s.l.] : Griffin, 2014.

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BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY: HISTORICAL, POLITICAL & ... Read More
Subject: Emperors Rome Biography
Rome History Julio-Claudians, 30 B.C.-68 A.D
Rome History Flavians, 69-96

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The Twelve Caesars : The Dramatic Lives of the Emperors of Rome
The Twelve Caesars : The Dramatic Lives of the Emperors of Rome
by Dennison, Matthew
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The Twelve Caesars : The Dramatic Lives of the Emperors of Rome

SectionSection DescriptionPage Number
List of Illustrationsp. x
Note on the textp. xi
Family Treesp. xii
Introductionp. 1
IJulius Caesar: 'Too great for mortal man'p. 7
IIAugustus; 'All clap your hands'p. 39
IIITiberius: 'Ever dark and mysterious'p. 67
IVGaius Caligula: 'Equally furious against men and against the gods'p. 101
VClaudius: 'Remarkable freak of fortune'p. 131
VINero: 'An angler in the lake of darkness'p. 159
VIIGalba: 'Equal to empire had he never been emperor'p. 189
VIIIOtho: 'If I was worthy to be Roman emperor...'p. 217
IXVitellius: 'A series of carousals and revels'p. 241
XVespasian: 'The fox changes his fur, but not his nature'p. 263
XITitus: 'The delight and darling of the human race'p. 303
XIIDomitian: 'But the third'?p. 331
Bibliographyp. 361
Notesp. 367
Glossaryp. 379
Indexp. 381
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