CLAS220Day33LectureGuide

CLAS220Day33LectureGuide - Classics 220: Lecture Guide, Day...

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Classics 220: Lecture Guide, Day 33 The Julio-Claudians A. What were Tiberius' Economic and Provincial Policies? To reduce taxes Produce more universal coinage Raise salaries Lengthen terms of the governors Restrict tax farming Severely punish extortion Build roads and bridges outside of Italy B. How did Tiberius initially treat the Senate? How did his view of the Senate change? Initially, he gave the senate power to elect consuls and preators. The senators distrusted Tiberius. He consulted the senate on all affairs while promoting freedom of speech. It changed because the senators distrusted Tiberius due to the the Power of the Princeps C. Who was Germanicus? He was the adopted nephew of Tiberius. He was the commander and chief of Gaul and Germany He was extremely popular through his successful campaigns across the Reign. He died of an illness that Tiberius may have been a part of D. What was the Praetorian Guard? Originally guarded generals during campains, and then became personal body gaurds of the emperor.
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This note was uploaded on 07/01/2009 for the course CLASS 220 taught by Professor Baushatz during the Spring '08 term at Arizona.

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CLAS220Day33LectureGuide - Classics 220: Lecture Guide, Day...

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