Augustan Rome

Andrew Wallace-Hadrill
  • 105 Pages
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Bristol Classical , London
Rome -- History -- Augustus, 30 B.C.-1
SeriesClassical world series
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 105 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16884791M
ISBN 101853991384
LC Control Number94023418

Digital Augustan Rome is a long term mapping project that is prepared to provide a worthy digital successor to the published book and maps of Mapping Augustan Rome that appeared as Supplement 50 in the Journal of Roman Archaeology Series, The volume was directed by Lothar Haselberger in collaboration with David Gilman Romano and edited by Elisha Dumser.

I received this book as a passive gift from a former college professor and I devoured it in just a few days (work tends to slow me down), but this book was fascinating.

Andrew Wallace-Hadrill does a great job of providing his reader a general overview of Augustan Rome without letting the book become just a superficial exercise/5.

Written by Andrew Wallace-Hadrill, one of the world's foremost scholars on Roman social and cultural history, this well-established introduction to Rome in the Age of Augustus provides a fascinating insight into the social and physical contexts of Augustan politics and poetry, exploring in detail the impact of the new regime of government on society.

This well illustrated introduction to Rome in the age of Augustus provides a fascinating insight into the social and physical contexts of Augustan politics and poetry, taking a detailed look at the impact of the new regime of government on society. The ideas and environment manipulated by Augustus are explored, along with reactions to that manipulation.

"The book is attractively printed and designed, with useful photographs of compital altars, inscribed bases, and maps. Topographers, social, political, and religious historians, and students of Augustan artistic programs will find in Lott's book not only a coherent and well-researched contribution to neighborhood studies, but a source for illuminating discussions on numerous topics touching Cited by: This item: Augustan Rome 44 BC to AD The Restoration of the Republic and the Establishment of the Empire by J.

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Buy Augustan Rome (Classical World Series) 1st by Wallace-Hadrill, A., Wallace-Hadrill, Andrew (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low /5(11). Tibullus and Ovid, two later writers in Augustus' literary circle, were under the patronage of Messalla, rather than ndently wealthy, highly successful Ovid, who was considered the embodiment of Augustan poetry, mocked everything.

He was irreverent towards the new morality, even going so far as to write what could be viewed as guidebooks to adultery.

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In showing how these poets used reading as a metaphor for the mutual constitution of Augustan authority and a means of exercising interpretive libertas under the principate, this book offers a holistic new vision of Roman imperial power and its representation that will stimulate scholars and students : Nandini B.

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The Augustan era poets Virgil and Horace praised Augustus as a defender of Rome, an upholder of moral justice, and an individual who bore the brunt of responsibility in maintaining the empire. [] However, for his rule of Rome and establishing the principate, Augustus has also been subjected to criticism throughout the : Gaius Octavius, Julius Caesar (adoptive).

Augustan literature (sometimes referred to misleadingly as Georgian literature) is a style of British literature produced during the reigns of Queen Anne, King George I, and George II in the first half of the 18th century and ending in the s, with the deaths of Alexander Pope and Jonathan Swift, in andwas a literary epoch that featured the rapid development of.

The Urban Image of Augustan Rome examines the idea and experience of the ancient city at a critical moment, when Rome became an Imperial capital. Lacking dignity, unity, and a clear image during the Republic, the urban image of Rome became focusedunder the control of Augustus, who transformed the city physically and conceptually.4/5.

In showing how these poets used reading as a metaphor for the mutual constitution of Augustan authority and a means of exercising interpretive libertas under the principate, this book offers a holistic new vision of Roman imperial power and its representation that will stimulate scholars and students alike.

Dionysius of Halicarnassus comprises an excellent and coherent collection of papers focused on bridging genres and cultures.' Emma Nicholson Source: The Classical Review ‘ this volume will offer a highly valuable tool not only for scholars interested in Dionysius’ works, but also for those investigating Augustan and Early Imperial literature in general as well as the cultural and social.

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Bert Lott. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 1. Neighborhoods – Rome. Rome – Social life and customs. Rome – History – Augustus, 30 B.C.–14 A.D. Title. DGL67 ′ – dc22 ISBN 0 9 hardback. Augustan Rome 44 BC to AD 14 Book Description: Centring on the reign of the emperor Augustus, volume four is pivotal to the series, tracing of the changing shape of the entity that was ancient Rome through its political, cultural and economic history.

Augustan Rome. [Andrew Wallace-Hadrill] Book: All Authors / Contributors: Andrew Wallace-Hadrill. Find more information about: ISBN: This work offers a clear overview of major issues in the Augustan period: the major players, the political policies, the poetry, monuments, and propaganda.

This book explores for the first time the motives for urban intervention, methods for implementation and broader design issues such as formal urban strategies and definitions of urban imagery. The Urban Image of Augustan Rome examines the idea and experience of the ancient city at a critical moment, when Rome became an Imperial : Diane Favro.

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This book fills two needs in the scholarship by focusing on the importance of the media in literary and political self-definition during this period and by providing an account of Augustan literature in its cultural setting. Speech act theory provides a tool for analyzing the Author: Michele Lowrie.

Get this from a library. The neighborhoods of Augustan Rome. [John Bert Lott] -- "This volume investigates the neighborhoods of ancient Rome during the reign of the first Roman Emperor, Caesar Augustus (27 B.C.E C.E.).

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MIT OpenCourseWare is a free & open publication of material from thousands of MIT courses, covering the entire MIT curriculum. No enrollment or registration. Augustan Age, one of the most illustrious periods in Latin literary history, from approximately 43 bc to ad 18; together with the preceding Ciceronian period (q.v.), it forms the Golden Age (q.v.) of Latin by civil peace and prosperity, the age reached its highest literary expression in poetry, a polished and sophisticated verse generally addressed to a patron or to the.

Art and Literature in Augustan Rome The beginning of this time period comes with the death of Julius Caesar and the rise to power of his nephew, Octavius. He was in the Second Triumvirate that was formed to maintain order in Rome. Octavian, Marcus Lepidus, and Marc Antony ruled formally unlike the.

Digital Augustan Rome. Detail of map of Augustan Rome. Mapping Augustan Rome was an attempt to visualize as well as to document the city of Rome as it existed in A.D. The project sought to bring together the archaeological, historical and literary evidence for the Augustan city, and resulted in a volume as well as maps.

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Writing, Performance, and Authority in Augustan Rome by Michele Lowrie (, Hardcover) at the. The interaction of Trojan and Parthian iconography during the Augustan period is analyzed, as is the new attitude toward the representation of foreigners that developed in Rome during the early Empire, when barbarians were presented as contributors to peace rather than its opponents.The Urban Image of Augustan Rome examines the idea and experience of the ancient city at a critical moment, when Rome became an Imperial capital.

Lacking dignity, unity, and a clear image during the Republic, the urban image of Rome became focused under the control of Augustus, who transformed the city physically and conceptually/5(5).In this book I describe how the Augustan poets and Roman poets generally were integrated into the social order which sustained Roman literary life.

I discuss how poets served and were served by the leaders of society, how that symbiosis complemented their relationships with a wider pubHe, and how they positioned themselves to address civic or.