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His self-sufficing manner exposed his policies to misconstruction and Domitian' i
made him one of the most maligned of Roman emperors ; yet it was ability. in
large measure justified by his abilities. If to him the state was a mere machine, ...
The Senate neglected by Vespasian, and slighted by Domitian. Growth of the
imperial executive. Equites replace fretdmen. urbanised and Romanised districts
of the Latin-speaking West, in particular to Gallia Narbonensis and to Hispania ...
Trials for " mates tas " are resumed under Domitian. He falls a victim to a palace
conspiracy. 111! " memory is condemned " by the Senate. A more dangerous
kind of opposition to the Flavian emperors took the form of conspiracies by
groups of ...
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