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The Roman Empire from Augustus to the Crisis of the Third Century History 101 February 24, 2010
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The Roman Empire from Augustus to the Crisis of the Third Century The Julio-Claudians The Origins of Christianity A New Religion The Flavians The “Five Good Emperors”
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The Julio-Claudians Tiberius, r. 14-37 A.D. Gaius (“Caligula”), r. 37-41 A.D. Claudius, r. 41-54 A.D. the conquest of Britain, 43 A.D. Nero, r. 54-68 A.D. the great fire, 64 A.D. The Empire remains stable amid Roman chaos solid infrastructure and bureaucracy defined boundaries (Rhine, Danube) largely content population of 50 million; 1000 officials to become Roman, not to free themselves from Rome Augustus’s mask of Republic slips
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The Origins of Christianity Judaism in the Roman Empire Seleucid Asia (the Hellenistic world) Hasmonean kingdom of Israel, 140-37 B.C. Pompey and the Roman province of Judaea, 63 B.C.
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