HIEU201Lecture15

HIEU201Lecture15 - iv. Nero (r. 54-68) 1. Conspiracy of...

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HIEU 201 29 September 2008 Rome IV: Empire to Commodus (180 AD), Golden and Silver Age Culture 1. Imperial Policy and Ideology a. Patron-client relationship expanded throughout the empire i. client army ii. local client-kings and magistrates iii. Pax Augusta b. State Religion, and Imperial Image and Building i. “Actian” Apollo Temple ii. cult of the Genius of Augustus iii. Pantheon iv. Ara Pacis c. “Golden Age” Culture i. Vergil (70-19 BC), Horace (65-8 BC), and Ovid (43 BC-18 AD) 2. The Imperial Dynasties a. Julio-Claudian Emperors (14-68 AD) i. Tiberius (r. 14-37 AD) ii. Caligula (r. 37-41) iii. Claudius (r. 41-54)
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Unformatted text preview: iv. Nero (r. 54-68) 1. Conspiracy of Piso (65) v. 69 AD: The year of the four emperors b. Flavian Emperors (69-96) i. Vespasian (69-79 AD) ii. Titus (79-81 AD) iii. Domitian (81-96 AD) c. The Five Good Emperors i. Nerva (96-98) ii. Trajan (98-117) iii. Hadrian (117-138) iv. Antoninus Pius (138-161) v. Marcus Aurelius (161-180) 3. Silver Age Culture a. Seneca (4 BC-65 AD) i. Officium & logos b. Juvenal (60-140 AD) c. Lucan (40-65 AD) d. Tacitus (55-117 AD) i. Annals ii. Germanica e. Suetonius (c.71-c.135) i. Lives of the Twelve Caesars...
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