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Die Frauen Des Römischen Kaiserhauses : Eine Untersuchung Ihrer Bildlichen Darstellung Von Livia Bis Iulia Domna. (The Women of the Roman Imperial House. A Study of Their Images from Livia to Iulia Domna)
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Seufer, Katherine (2015-05-24)Sisak, Croatia (Siscia) served an important role in the Roman Empire as a military base for further conquest of the Pannonian region under Augustus and Tiberius, and later as a major industrial and economic center. ...
Bexley, Erica (2013-01-28)This dissertation analyzes Roman oratory of the early empire (c. 31 B.C.E. - c. 100 C.E.) in its dual status as a literal performance and a public expression of elite identity. Drawing on the orator/actor dichotomy employed ...
Wynne, John Patrick Frederick (2007-10-02)Cicero wrote de Natura Deorum (dND), de Divinatione (Div.) and de Fato (Fat.) in succession and describes the latter two as continuations of the first. I argue that the three dialogues form a trilogy, in which Cicero as ...