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The Aratus ascribed to Germanicus Caesar

Germanicus Caesar

The Aratus ascribed to Germanicus Caesar

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Published by Athlone Press in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Astronomy, Ancient -- Poetry

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited with an introduction, translation & commentary by D. B. Gain.
    SeriesUniversity of London classical studies ; 8
    ContributionsGain, D. B., Tiberius, Emperor of Rome, 42 B.C.-37 A.D., Aratus, Solensis.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPA3873.A519 G4 1976
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 146 p. :
    Number of Pages146
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4601375M
    ISBN 100485137089
    LC Control Number77364343

    He was a successful and immensely popular general who, had it not been for his premature death, would have become emperor. While on this tour of duty he came into conflict with Gnaeus Calpurnius Piso, whom Tiberius had installed as governor of Syria. Over all these Druids one presides, who possesses supreme authority among them. The continued support of the Pisones and his own friendship to Piso made Tiberius hesitant to hear the case himself. The centurions of that cohort which was on guard follow him; for a short time they sustain the fight together. That day the Senate also dispatched a delegation to Germanicus' camp to send its condolences for the death of his grandfather and to grant him proconsular imperium.

    She wears a golden yellow tunic, the effect of which is almost to draw the eye away from the central figure of Agrippina, her mother. He shared the consulship with Gaius Fonteius Capito. This is fidelity! Dekker, Elly, Annals of Science, vol.

    Chapter 37 At this very time, the German horse by chance came up, and immediately, with the same speed with which they had advanced, attempt to force the camp at the Decuman gate, nor were they seen, in consequence of woods lying in the way on that side, before they were just reaching the camp: so much so, that the sutlers who had their booths under the rampart had not an opportunity of retreating within the camp. After arranging these things, as he considered it certain that Ambiorix would not contend in battle, he watched his other plans attentively. Anthony Barrett writes that Tacitus' account in Annals "suggests that Poppaea's challenge drove [Nero] over the brink. His name was placed into the Carmen Saliareand onto the Curule chairs that were placed with oaken garlands over them as honorary seats for the Augustan priesthood.


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Germanicus and Agrippina had nine children. On his approach, the two renegade legions repented and sought refuge in the future Alsace-Lorraine region on the left bank of the Rhine. Shortly after marrying the pastor of Regensburg, the poetess Christine Dorothea Lachs c.

He was just as popular as his father had been. Germanicus died soon after on 10 October of that year. He directs Labienus and Trebonius to return by the same day, if they can do so agreeably to the interests of the republic; so that their measures having been mutually imparted, and the plans of the enemy having been discovered, they might be able to commence a different line of operations.

He had dealt a significant blow to Rome's enemies, quelled an uprising of troops, and returned lost standards to Rome.

Germanicus Caesar

Suetonius wrote that Nero started the fire because he wanted the space to build his Golden House. In Histories Tacitus writes that the affair began while Poppaea was still married to Rufrius Crispinusbut in his later work Annals Tacitus says Poppaea was married to The Aratus ascribed to Germanicus Caesar book when the affair began.

Described as a handsome man with blue eyes and blond hair, as well as forward-looking and a reformer, he was destined to become the future Holy Roman Emperor Joseph I, King of the Romans. Origin[ edit ] There are two theories about I Germanica recruitment.

The result was a general breakaway of the Celtic and Germanic tribes along the Rhine. I Germanica went back to duty, but not exactly with honor. Julius Caesar. Finally, having aroused the jealousy and fears of Tiberius, he was recalled to Rome.

Chapter 34 There was, as we have above observed, no regular army, nor a town, nor a garrison which could defend itself by arms; but the people were scattered in all directions. After arranging these things, as he considered it certain that Ambiorix would not contend in battle, he watched his other plans attentively.

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Tacitus says the purpose of those campaigns was to avenge the defeat of Varus at the Battle of Teutoburg Forest, and not to expand Roman territory.

In Gaul there are factions The Aratus ascribed to Germanicus Caesar book only in all the states, and in all the cantons and their The Aratus ascribed to Germanicus Caesar book, but almost in each family, and of these factions those are the leaders who are considered according to their judgment to possess the greatest influence, upon whose will and determination the management of all affairs and measures depends.

Oxford: Oxford University Press. The fighting lasted for two days, with neither side achieving a decisive victory. Which nation to this time retains its position in those settlements, and has a very high character for justice and military merit; now also they continue in the same scarcity, indigence, hardihood, as the Germans, and use the same food and dress; but their proximity to the Province and knowledge of commodities from countries beyond the sea supplies to the Gauls many things tending to luxury as well as civilization.

And those of them most distinguished by birth and resources, have the greatest number of vassals and dependents about them. Thus fortune tended much both toward his encountering and his escaping danger. Scullard writes that "he promised to follow the Augustan model in his principate, to end all secret trials intra cubiculum, to have done with the corruption of court favorites and freedmen, and above all to respect the privileges of the Senate and individual Senators.

This is a highly obscure essay and I could find no record of an English translation when writing this book.After the Roman Empire collapsed, its books were preserved by the monks of western Europe and the Byzantine Empire.

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