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antonine notes - 2nd c AD Antonine dynasty-based on...

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2 nd c AD Antonine dynasty-based on adoption-after Hadrian Adopted emperor-groomed as the emperor-no civil war for around a 100 yrs Link between public construction-emeperors don’t need so much propaganda-have perfect legitimism in adoption-not much contention and therefore money is spent elsewhere In hindsight-Rome is losing importance-provinces doing much better-(outsourcing) Different traders coming in to do business-emperors become more cosmopolitan- Middle Empire Title Rome. Temple of Antoninus Pius and Faustina Temples of Antoninus and Faustina Pious emperor His wife died-and he made her into a goddess Classis roman temple-columns in the front-and cella-roof- turned into a church-door of the church-door never opens Church growing out from inside the temple Temples similar to the ones in caesars and augustus’s forum Classic architecture Monolithic columns-marble is a light blue color Creator Marcus Aurelius Title Equestrian Statue of Marcus Aurelius Date c. 176 AD Another antonine emperor-marcus aurelius
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