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Author Lott, John Bert, 1966-

Title Death and dynasty in early imperial Rome : key sources, with text, translation, and commentary / J. Bert Lott
Published Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2012
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Description 1 online resource (x, 368 pages) : illustrations, map
Contents Cover; Death and Dynasty in Early Imperial Rome; Title; Copyright; Contents; List of figures; Acknowledgments; Abbreviations; Abbreviations of included documents; General abbreviations; 1 Introduction; 1.1 Historical background; Further reading; 1.2 Death and commemoration; Further reading; 1.3 Senate, council, decree, and law; Further reading; 1.4 Monuments; Further reading; 1.5 History and historiography; Further reading; 1.6 Epigraphy; Further reading; 1.7 The inscriptions; Gaius and Lucius Caesar; Pisan Decree for Lucius (DPL); Pisan Decree for Gaius (DPG)
2.1 Decree of the town council of Pisa concerning commemorative honors for Lucius Caesar (DPL)Diplomatic Text; Edited Text; I. Prescript (1-4); II. Relatio (5-8); III. Body (9-37); III. M A decree from Rome (9-12); III. 1 An altar for Lucius' manes (13-15); III. 2 Rites at the altar (16-26); III. 3 The altar precinct (27-31); III. 4 Acts of the Roman senate (31-33); III. 5 An embassy to Augustus (33-37); 2.2 Decree of the town council of Pisa concerning commemorative honors for Gaius Caesar (DPG); Diplomatic text; Edited text; I. Prescript (38-42); II. Relatio (43-44)
2.3 Decree and law concerning commemorative honors for Germanicus Caesar preserved on the Tabula Siarensis (TS: SCGC and LVA)Diplomatic Text; Edited Text; Tabula Siarensis, frag. (a) (98-135); TS: SCGC; I. Prescript (missing); II. Relatio (98-105); III. Body (106-179); III. 1 An arch at Rome (106-118); III. 2 An arch in Syria (119-123); III. 3 An arch in Germany (123-131); Tabula Siarensis, frag. (b) col. 1; III. 4 Monuments at Antioch and Daphne (132-135); III. 5 Regulations for October 10 (136-146); III. 6 Movement of the Augustal Games (146-149); Tabula Siarensis, frag. (b) col. 2
III. Body of informal decree (45-85)III. M1 Gaius' res gestae (44-52); III. M2 Continued mourning for Lucius (52-55); III. T Transition (55-57); III. 1 A period of mourning (57-62); III. 2 Married women (62); III. 3 Regulations concerning February 21 (63-68); III. 4 Rites for Gaius' manes (69-71); III. 5 An arch (72-75); III. 6 Formal enactment (76-80); III. 7 An informal embassy to Augustus (80-85); IV. Update (86-89); V. Body of formal decree (89-97); V.1 Compliance with the informal decree (89-94); V.2 The archives (94-97); VI. Closing (97)
Location, editions, and bibliographyGermanicus Caesar; Tabula Siarensis (TS); Tabula Hebana (TH); Location, editions, and bibliography; Addendum to TH: The Todi fragment; CIL 6.31199; Copy A of the Senatus Consultum de Cn. Pisone Patre (SCPP); Location, editions, and bibliography; Drusus Caesar; CIL 6.31200 (a, b, c); Location, editions, and bibliography; Tabula Ilicitana (TI); Location, editions, and bibliography; 2 Texts and translations; Note on the texts and translations; Conventions used in the edited texts
Summary Presents a set of important Latin inscriptions illustrating the developing sense of dynasty that underpinned the new monarchy of Augustus
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes English text with some Latin
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Subject Drusus Julius Caesar, 13 B.C.-23 A.D.
Germanicus Caesar, 15 B.C.-19 A.D.
Caesar, Gaius, 20 B.C.-4 A.D.
Caesar, Lucius, 17 B.C.-2 A.D.
Death -- Political aspects -- Rome.
Inscriptions, Latin -- Rome.
Rome -- History -- Augustus, 30 B.C.-14 A.D.
Rome -- History -- Tiberius, 14-37.
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