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At its head was the prefect of the grain supply . In addition to its headquarters and central storehouses in Rome the department had substations at the Italian harbors of Puteoli and Ostia , where the new harbor of Portus was built in ...
of the provinces from which he imported the supply of grain and of how much greater a supply it was than Augustus had provided . . 1 Many prodigies occurred in that year . ... A shortage of grain again and the resulting famine were ...
Privileges for Shipowners “ Those are called navicularii ( shipowners ) , ” says a scholiast on Cicero's oration In Favor of the Manilian Law , “ who transport grain to the city or wherever the emperor is .
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Julius Caesar through Claudius had "privileges granted to the Jews of the Diaspora" (p. 395), as they did under the Persians and the Seleucids. "After the Jewish rebellion of 66-70 AD, however ... Leggi recensione completa
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I read these volumes in college while taking Roman history courses. I thought they were great companions to the introductory courses I was taking. The ably introduced documents, authors and excerpts ... Leggi recensione completa
THE AUGUSTAN AGE 3
LIFE IN THE MUNICI
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