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The Cyrene Edicts This long Greek inscription from Cyrene , first published in 1927 and widely discussed since , constitutes the most important epigraphical find for the reign of Augustus since the famous Res Gestae .
The history of the senate under the Principate is one of increasing subservience and decreasing importance proceeding pari passu with the increasing autocracy of the emperor ( cf. § 24 ) . Berlin Papyrus No. 611 , col .
Members of this class , for which a minimum of 400,000 sesterces was required , served as army officers of intermediate rank and staffed important posts in the imperial civil service . FASCES , a bundle of rods with an axe protruding ...
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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
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