Tacitus Annals XVTacitus Annals XV



This volume, aimed at the student of Latin at sixth form to undergraduate level, contains the Latin text of Tacitus' Annals Book XV, supplemented by a useful introduction and notes on the text.

Author: Tacitus

Publisher: Bristol Classical Press

ISBN: 1853994340

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This volume, aimed at the student of Latin at sixth form to undergraduate level, contains the Latin text of Tacitus' Annals Book XV, supplemented by a useful introduction and notes on the text.

Tradition und ErneuerungTradition und Erneuerung



Die Flavier haben nach dem Ende der julisch-claudischen Dynastie und den Wirren des Vierkaiserjahres erstaunlich rasch in Rom und im Reich wieder Stabilität hergestellt.

Author: Norbert Kramer

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter

ISBN: 9783110247145

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Page: 577

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Following the confusion that accompanied the demise of the Julio-Claudian dynasty, the Flavians succeeded in restoring stability to Rome. This volume of papers deals with the media strategies which were employed to help overcome a difficult initial situation and to master the crisis, thus establishing prosperous conditions in Rome and the Empire. 18 contributions from classical philology, archaeology and ancient history examine the new aesthetical orientation of literature and art in the Flavian period as well as the self-representation of the Flavian dynasty.

Volume 3 Kierkegaard and the Roman WorldVolume 3 Kierkegaard and the Roman World



18 Tacitus, Annales, Book XV, 44; The Annals of Imperial Rome, trans. by Grant, p. 365. 19 SKS 19, 365, Not11:38 / SBL, 410. 20 Tacitus, Germania, IX; English translation quoted from The Agricola and the Germania, trans. by H. Mattingly ...

Author: Jon Stewart

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351874632

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Page: 248

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While Kierkegaard's use of the Greek authors, particularly Plato and Aristotle, has attracted considerable attention over the years, his use of the Roman authors has, by contrast, remained sadly neglected. This neglect is somewhat surprising given the fact that Kierkegaard was extremely well read in Latin from his early youth when he attended the Borgerdyd School in Copenhagen. Kierkegaard's interest in the Roman authors is perhaps best evidenced by his book collection. In his private library he had a long list of Latin titles and Danish translations of the standard Roman authors in any number of different genres. His extensive and frequent use of writers such as Cicero, Horace, Terence, Seneca, Suetonius and Ovid clearly warrants placing them in the select group of his major sources. The chapters in this volume demonstrate that Kierkegaard made use of the Roman sources in a number of different ways. His readings from the Borgerdyd school seem to have stuck with him as an adult. He constantly refers to Roman authors, such as Livy, Nepos, and Suetonius for colourful stories and anecdotes. In addition, he avails himself of pregnant sayings or formulations from the Roman authors, when appropriate. But his use of these authors is not merely as a rhetorical source. He is also profoundly interested in the Roman philosophy of Cicero, Seneca and Marcus Aurelius. Similarly, just as he is fascinated by Tacitus' portrayal of the early Christians, so also he is amused by the humour of Terence and Apuleius. In short, the Roman authors serve to enrich any number of different aspects of Kierkegaard's authorship with respect to both content and form.

Catholic Literature and FilmCatholic Literature and Film



Lloyd Baugh, Imaging the Divine: Jesus and Christ-Figures in Film (Franklin, WI: Sheed and Ward, 2000), 15. 4. Ruth Scodel and Anja Bettenworth, ... Publius Cornelius Tacitus, Annals, trans. ... Tacitus, Annals, Book XV, 257. 35.

Author: Nancy Enright

Publisher: Lexington Books

ISBN: 9781498541671

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Page: 172

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Catholic Literature and Film explores six novels that can be called Catholic in subject, plot, and/or theme. Many, but not all, are by Catholic authors. Key themes are romantic love and suffering, observed in light of the concepts of God’s grace and the incarnation of Christ. How these thematic considerations have been translated into film are considered in this work as an additional lens into the texts.

Tacitus in Five VolumesTacitus in Five Volumes



Consists of the Annals. Books 13-16. Tacitus's Annals originally covered the period 14-68 CE (Emperors Tiberius, Gaius, Claudius, Nero).

Author: Cornelius Tacitus

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ISBN: OCLC:85048746

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Page: 423

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Consists of the Annals. Books 13-16. Tacitus's Annals originally covered the period 14-68 CE (Emperors Tiberius, Gaius, Claudius, Nero). Of sixteen books at least, there survive Books I-IV (covering the years 14-28); a bit of Book V and all Book VI (31-37); part of Book XI (from 47); Books XII-XV and part of Book XVI (to 66).

Ancient Rome The Rise and Fall of an EmpireAncient Rome The Rise and Fall of an Empire



Tacitus. The Annals of Imperial Rmm. Book 12. 68. 6. Suetonius, Life ofNem, 2B. 7. Tacitus, Annals, Book 13. I4. 8. ... 108; Book 28. 237. 14. Cornelius Nepos, Lives, preface; Tacitus, Annals. Book 14. 20; Griflin, New, p.41. 15.

Author: SIMON JOHNS

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 9781409073888

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Page: 448

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This is the story of the greatest empire the world has ever known. Simon Baker charts the rise and fall of the world's first superpower, focusing on six momentous turning points that shaped Roman history. Welcome to Rome as you've never seen it before - awesome and splendid, gritty and squalid. From the conquest of the Mediterranean beginning in the third century BC to the destruction of the Roman Empire at the hands of barbarian invaders some seven centuries later, we discover the most critical episodes in Roman history: the spectacular collapse of the 'free' republic, the birth of the age of the 'Caesars', the violent suppression of the strongest rebellion against Roman power, and the bloody civil war that launched Christianity as a world religion. At the heart of this account are the dynamic, complex but flawed characters of some of the most powerful rulers in history: men such as Pompey the Great, Julius Caesar, Augustus, Nero and Constantine. Putting flesh on the bones of these distant, legendary figures, Simon Baker looks beyond the dusty, toga-clad caricatures and explores their real motivations and ambitions, intrigues and rivalries. The superb narrative, full of energy and imagination, is a brilliant distillation of the latest scholarship and a wonderfully evocative account of Ancient Rome.

Tacitus Annals XIVTacitus Annals XIV



This edition of the fourteenth book of Tacitus' Annals remains one of the most thorough editions of any book of Tacitus for use by school adn undergraduate students.

Author: Tacitus

Publisher: Bristol Classical Press

ISBN: 1853993158

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Page: 192

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This edition of the fourteenth book of Tacitus' Annals remains one of the most thorough editions of any book of Tacitus for use by school adn undergraduate students. Its meticulous commentary and vocabulary are supplemented by over fifity pages of introduction, covering Tacitus himself, a succinct but comprehensive account of his sytle and syntax. It also contains sections on the main themes of the book: the deterioration of nero's reign internally contrasted with the external successes of Domitus Corbulo in Armenia, and Suetonius Paulinus in Britain (the defeat of Boudicca). Also available: Tacitus, Annals I; and Tacitus, Annals XV, both edited by N. Miller Tacitus, Annals 14: A companion to the Penguin translation, edited by N. Miller Suetonius, Nero, edited by B.H. Warmington

The Myth of Rome in Shakespeare and his ContemporariesThe Myth of Rome in Shakespeare and his Contemporaries



D4v; Tacitus, Annales, Book 15, pp. 233–4; Suetonius, Historie of Twelve Caesars, p. 199. 19 James I, The True Law of Free Monarchies, pp. 71, 74, 77, 80. King James cites Nero as an example of a wicked monarch who should be obeyed (p.

Author: Warren Chernaik

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781139499965

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When Cleopatra expresses a desire to die 'after the high Roman fashion', acting in accordance with 'what's brave, what's noble', Shakespeare is suggesting that there are certain values that are characteristically Roman. The use of the terms 'Rome' and 'Roman' in Julius Caesar, Antony and Cleopatra or Jonson's Sejanus often carry the implication that most people fail to live up to this ideal of conduct, that very few Romans are worthy of the name. In this book Chernaik demonstrates how, in these plays, Roman values are held up to critical scrutiny. The plays of Shakespeare, Jonson, Massinger and Chapman often present a much darker image of Rome, as exemplifying barbarism rather than civility. Through a comparative analysis of the Roman plays of Shakespeare and his contemporaries, and including detailed discussion of the classical historians Livy, Tacitus and Plutarch, this study examines the uses of Roman history - 'the myth of Rome' - in Shakespeare's age.

Volume 16 Tome II Kierkegaard s Literary Figures and MotifsVolume 16 Tome II Kierkegaard s Literary Figures and Motifs



nero: insatiable sensualist sean anthony turchin Lucius domitius ahenobarbus (nero) was born on december 15, ... 3 tacitus, The Annals, book Xii, no. 66, p. 125. 4 tacitus, The Annals, book, Xiii, nos. 15–16, p. 129; Xiv, nos.

Author: Ms Katalin Nun

Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.

ISBN: 9781472448842

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Page: 296

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While Kierkegaard is perhaps known best as a religious thinker and philosopher, there is an unmistakable literary element in his writings. He often explains complex concepts and ideas by using literary figures and motifs that he could assume his readers would have some familiarity with. This dimension of his thought has served to make his writings far more popular than those of other philosophers and theologians, but at the same time it has made their interpretation more complex. The present volume is dedicated to the treatment of the variety of literary figures and motifs he used.

The Great Fire of RomeThe Great Fire of Rome



For Tacitus, Rhiannon Ash's scholarly but accessible commentary, Tacitus Annals, Book XV (Cambridge UP, 2018), is the place to start. Ash's annotations to Tacitus's account of the Great Fire (177–212) supersede earlier commentaries, ...

Author: Joseph J. Walsh

Publisher: JHU Press

ISBN: 9781421433721

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Page: 192

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Readers interested in ancient (and modern) Rome, urban life, and civic disasters, among other things, will be fascinated by this book.