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Augustus (63 BC - advert 14), the 1st Roman emperor, introduced peace and balance to Rome after many years of strife and uncertainty. He installed position a brand new institutional framework for the Roman Empire and encouraged the ideology that sustained it for the following 300 years. This publication offers a range of an important scholarship on Augustus and the contribution he made to the improvement of the Roman kingdom within the early imperial period.Chapters comprise: Augustus' dramatic upward thrust to prominence following the loss of life of Julius Caesar in forty four BC and the character of his powers first as triumvir, then as Princeps; his coverage concerning in a foreign country wars and growth, his administrative and army reforms of the Roman kingdom; the position of his family, his spouse Livia, his son-in-law Agrippa and his followed sons Gaius and Lucius Caesar after which Tiberius, in public lifestyles; his problem to augment Roman faith and kinfolk existence; the advance of an ideology that helped bolster his authority as ruler of an expan
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39 Meyer’s work was in turn taken up most influentially in the English-speaking world by Hugh Last (1894– 1957), Camden Professor of Ancient History at Oxford from 1936 to 1949. He had been taught by T. Rice Holmes when a pupil at St Paul’s School in London and came to develop a “reverence for the achievements of nineteenth-century German historians” to the exclusion of other types of approach. 40 One of Last’s early students was the American Mason Hammond (1903–2002), who went on to a long and influential career at Harvard.
The study of individuals, families, and family connections, a method developed in particular by a group of German historians in the 1920s and 1930s, principally Friedrich Münzer (1868–1942), Edmund Groag (1873–1945), and Arthur Stein (1871–1950). All three had prepared numerous entries on members of the Roman aristocracy for the standard German encyclopedia of classical antiquity, Pauly-Wissowa’s Realencyclopädie, and for the important research tool Prosopographia Imperii Romani (“Prosopography of the Roman Empire”).
All three had prepared numerous entries on members of the Roman aristocracy for the standard German encyclopedia of classical antiquity, Pauly-Wissowa’s Realencyclopädie, and for the important research tool Prosopographia Imperii Romani (“Prosopography of the Roman Empire”). Their work had demonstrated the value of the prosopographical method and Syme acknowledged his debt to all three scholars in the preface to The Roman Revolution. 44 Syme also singled out the writings of the distinguished “gentleman scholar” W.
Augustus by Emperor of Rome Augustus; Emperor of Rome Augustus, Emperor of Rome. Augustus; Edmondson, J. C