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Sign in to use this feature. Six Augustan Colonies Barbara Levick: Claudius became emperor after the assassination of Caligula, and was deified by his successor Nero in AD My library Help Advanced Book Search.
Drawing on recent research, Levick offers a provocative reconsideration of Claudius’s political objectives and activities within the constitutional, political, social, and economic development of Rome. This page was last edited on 1 Decemberat Contents 1 Principate and dynasty. Furthermore, he likely suffered from cerebral palsy, which affected his ability t Claudius – Born too late for bountiful booty In this book, Barbara Levick offers a revisionist view of who Claudius was, moving away from the malicious words of Tacitus, Suetonius and Cassius Dio, instead relying on less biased evidence.
Chapter 13 is perhaps one of the more heavily updated chapters.
claudiua Levick – – The Classical Review 35 Syrian Empress Routledge,Augustus: Definitely would recommend this book to fellow students who brush over Claudius to focus on the more famous Nero. The Policy of the Emperor. The chapters are well organized and the style is decently easy to read.
Emperor are assessed critically and with full exploitation of the nonliterary sources-epigraphical, archaeological, and, especially important, numismatic-that often throw light on or raise doubts about the evidence provided by the ancient writers. Claudius and the aristocracy. Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies.