Rebellion and Reconstruction : Galba To Domitian An Historical Commentary On Cassius Dio"s Roman History. Volume 9, Books 64-67 (A.D. 68-96) (Monograph ... Philological Association), No 37) by Charles Leslie Murison

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  • Literary studies: classical, early & medieval,
  • Rome,
  • Historiography,
  • Ancient Rome - History,
  • History - General History,
  • Roman history,
  • History: World,
  • Ancient Rome,
  • History,
  • Ancient - Rome,
  • Ancient and Classical,
  • History / Ancient / Rome,
  • Literary Criticism & Collections / Ancient & Classical,
  • Literary Criticism-Ancient and Classical,
  • Cassius Dio Cocceianus,
  • Cassius Dio Cocceianus.,
  • Flavians, 69-96

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ISBN 100788505475
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Cassius Dio's Roman History is an important supplement to the Roman writers Tacitus and Suetonius for the period of empire-wide civil war after the death of Nero, but for and the reigns of Vespasian, Titus, and Domitian it is the only narrative source. This is the first commentary on books since and the first ever in English.

There are six maps and all quotations in Greek and Price: $ This is the first commentary on books since and the first ever in English. There are six maps and all quotations in Greek and Latin are translated. Rebellion and Reconstruction: Galba To Domitian - Charles Leslie Murison - Oxford University Press.

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Cited by: 8. Introduction to Books --The Text of Books --Book Divisions --Dio's Life --Chronology of Composition --Dio's Sources for Books --Biographical versus Annalistic History --Books and Dio's View of his own Time --Book 64 --Book 65 --Book 66 --Book 67 --The Vitellian Invasion of Italy --Cremona and Bedriacum --Northern and.

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Galba was the son of the consul Gaius Sulpicius Galba and Mummia Achaica, and in addition to great wealth and ancient lineage he enjoyed the favour of the emperors Augustus and began his senatorial career before the normal age, became consul (ad 33), received command of the Upper German army (40–42), and served a proconsulship in Africa (44–45).

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Domitian was born in Rome on 24 Octo the youngest son of Titus Flavius Vespasianus—commonly known as Vespasian—and Flavia Domitilla Major. He had an older sister, Domitilla the Younger, and brother, also named Titus Flavius Vespasianus.

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Carter, trans. Appian. In Tacitus: The Histories and the Annals. The Historiae began at January 1, 69, with Galba in power and proceeded to the death of Domitian, in The work contained 12 or 14 books (it is known only that the Histories and Annals, both now incomplete, totaled 30 books).To judge from the Read More.

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Rebellion and Reconstruction: Galba to Domitian. An An Historical Commentary on Cassius Dio ’ s Roman History, Books 64–67 (A. 68–96). The two sons of Vespasian Titus and Domitian (ruled 79 – 81 AD, and 81 – 96 AD respectively) could not have been more different as emperors.

Although Titus had a reputation for ruthlessness. If, however, the twelve were originally Caesar through Domitian, the sixth (the middle) would be Nero, and the seventh Galba. The redactor will, of course, have been able to realize the identities of these twelve, having demonstrated an excellent understanding of Roman history in.

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Victorinus clearly stated that John wrote the Book of the Revelation in the reign of Domitian about AD and the Gospel of John after AD In his comments on Revelation chapter 10 he stated: He says, It is necessary to preach again, that is, to prophesy, among peoples, tongues, and nations: this is because, when John saw this, he was in.

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Sometimes the. From Book 1: The first book in an action-packed and rigorously researched new Roman historical series by the acclaimed author of Caligula and Claudius. The Roman grip on Britain is weakening. Emperor Nero has turned his face away from this far-flung outpost.

The Druids are on the rise, spreading seeds of rebellion among the British tribes. A photorealistic reconstruction of what the Roman emperor Vespasian (r.

CE) may have looked like. Pictured alongside the reconstruction are the artworks and statuary used as references. From left to right and top to bottom, these are the Louvre bust; Glyptotek bust; Capitoline bust; and the bust from the National Archaeological Museum, Naples.

C. L. Murison, Rebellion and reconstruction, Galba to Domitian. An historical commentary on Cassius Dio's Roman History books Atlantae: Scholars Press, ; Maria Platon, Édition des livres 57 et 58 de l'"Histoire romaine" de Dion Cassius: établissement du texte, traduction et .Gaius Valerius Verrens is an honored member of Emperor Vespasian’s inner circle, but the enmity between him and Vespasian’s son Domitian means that danger is never far away.

Meanwhile, in the outer reaches of the Empire, in Britannia, trouble is brewing.In the German provinces, where unrest and rebellion were particularly prevalent during the 1st century C.E., Domitian attempted to coopt the campaign of a Roman general there with disastrous effects.

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