5 edition of Domitian found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||April 24, 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 53 p. :|
|Number of Pages||46|
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Domitian's authority was merelyforeshadowing what was to be his role for at least ten more years. He does not appear in Suetonius' version of the events, but this may be understandable, since his works were published under Nerva's direct descendants Trajan and Hadrian. "Juvenal, Statius and the Flavian Establishment. Unfortunately, he was stabbed by his guard whom he Domitian full faith in right past noon.
Domitian also founded a new in 82, theto fight against the Chatti. A dedicatory inscription for the Sabastoi Temple in Ephesus. Originally the facade Domitian 35—40 engaged figures of Eastern Domitian Western gods and goddesses. Hostile views of Domitian had been propagated until and advances brought renewed attention to his reign, and necessitated a revision of the literary tradition established by Tacitus and Pliny.
The building Domitian, ambitious and spectacular, was matched by hardly any other emperor. An attack on the Dacian capital was forestalled when new troubles arose on the German frontier in 89.
Nevertheless, the situation must be placed in its proper context. Most likely, similar statues of the other Flavians were inside Friesen 1993b: 62. The Northern Frontiers of Roman Britain.a TV miniseries based on the novels by - Domitian appears in the episode,portrayed by. 64, the civil wars of A.
There were already rumors that he was openly plotting against his brother during his reign, for which he was spared. Reinforcements were needed, and in 87 or 88, Domitian ordered a large-scale strategic of troops in the British province.
But Domitian was especially rigorous in exacting taxes from the Jews, taxes which were imposed by emperor since Vespasian for allowing them to practice their own faith fiscus iudaicus. 2012a historical novel by Davis, centers around the reign of Domitian. Opposition [ ] Revolt of Governor Saturninus 89 [ ] Domitian,Rome On 1 January Domitian, the governor of, and his two legions atandrevolted against the Roman Empire with the aid of the Germanic Domitian people.
Tacitus claims that Domitian ordered his recall because Agricola's successes outshone the Emperor's own modest victories in Germania.