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From Tiberius to the Antonines

Albino Garzetti

From Tiberius to the Antonines

a history of the Roman Empire, AD 14-192

by Albino Garzetti

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Published by Methuen in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rome -- History -- Empire, 30 B.C.-284 A.D,
  • Rome -- History -- Flavians, 69-96,
  • Rome -- History -- Antonines, 96-192

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAlbino Garzetti ; translated by J.R. Foster.
    SeriesUniversity paperbacks
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 861 p. ;
    Number of Pages861
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13572902M
    ISBN 100416704808
    ISBN 109780416704808
    OCLC/WorldCa6495797


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Background and youth. Tiberius’s father, also named Tiberius Claudius Nero, a high priest and magistrate, was a former fleet captain for Julius Caesar. His mother, the beautiful Livia Drusilla, was her husband’s cousin and may have been only 13 years old when Tiberius was the civil wars following the assassination of Julius Caesar, the elder Tiberius gave his allegiance to Mark.

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InJustin II, before he died, gave him the title of Augustus, under which Dynasty: Justinian. Tiberius was of the opposition: doubly so, personal and political. His parents had been on the side of the Republic in the contest against the military despotism of the triumvirs.

After certain vicissitudes, the boy's mother, Livia Drusilla, was annexed by one of the triumvirs, the upstart Octavian, who was. From Tiberius to the Antonines: A history of the Roman Empire, A.D. 14– London: Methuen. E-mail Citation» Thorough but out of date, this study argues that the Principate was an autocracy more or less unchanging but basically beneficial, which differed mostly in the personalities of the individual emperors.

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Tiberius was the elder by nine years; owing to which their actions as public men were divided by the difference of the times in which those of the one and those of the other were performed. And one of the principal causes of the failure of their enterprises was this interval between their careers, and the want of combination of their efforts.

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Print Word PDF. Tiberius had waited a long time to be emperor and had made many sacrifices. In 11 BC, Augustus had forced him to divorce his much-loved wife and marry Julia, the emperor’s daughter.

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Augustus adopted Tiberius as his son and heir and conferred powers on Tiberius nearly equal to his own. Augustus was about 67 years of age and Tiberius was Tiberius in turn adopted Germanicus, the son of his dead brother Drusus. 9 CE: Tiberius is given the command of an army to defeat a rebellion in Germany led by Arminius.

An empire is a political system in which a group of people are ruled by a single individual, an emperor or Roman Empire began with the reign of Emperor Augustus.

The power of the Senate was limited and became an organ to support the emperor. The period between Augustus and Diocletian is called High Empire, while the Low Empire is the era between Diocletian and the fall of the.Years of Tiberius.

Tiberius' years are reckoned as factual (not regnal) beginning from his co-regency with Augustus in A.D. By that reckoning, Jesus was baptized in the 15th year of Tiberius and crucified in A.D. 30 (consistent with the harmonized gospel accounts of Passion Week) the 18th year of Tiberius as reported by Eusebius (as preserved in Jerome).4 CE: Gaius Caesar, serving as governor in the East although he was o was wounded while putting down a revolt and died on his way back to Rome.

Augustus formally adopted Tiberius (now 46 years old) and his youngest grandson, Agrippa Postumus (now 15 years old). At the same time he compelled Tiberius to adopt his brother's son Germanicus (now 19 years old), even though Tiberius .