5 edition of Claudius, the Emperor and his achievement. found in the catalog.
Translation of Lopera dellimperatore ClaudioBibliogr.1
|Statement||Barnes & Noble|
|Publishers||Barnes & Noble|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 109 p. :|
|Number of Pages||56|
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Claudius played an important role in the expansion, religious reforms, and the administration of the Empire.
Claudius and the Senate Claudius attempted to foster a positive relationship with the Senate. This very short book is the publication that changed the image of Claudius in European history. Claudius struggled with various physical ailments including tremors of the head and hands, a limp, a runny nose and foaming at the mouth.
Therefore, he was a member of the Julian-Claudian dynasty. This very short book is the publication that changed the image of Claudius in European history.
The Romans had soon conquered a stronghold at modern day Colchester, and eventually succeeding in capturing the Catuvellauni tribal leader Caratacus. As almost all grain had to be imported, mainly from Africa and The Emperor and his achievement., Claudius offered insurances against losses on the open sea, to encourage potential importers and to build up stocks against winter times of famine.
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However, the suppression of such conspiracies cost the lives of 35 senators and over 300 equestrians. Claudius had been in Britain just sixteen days. The Emperor used his position as Censor to purge the Senate's rolls in an effort ostensibly to reform that body, but he also sought to limit the Senate to members who were loyal to him.
Claudius also reformed the military. Claudius: The Erudite Emperor London, Routledge, 1984.
Britain was not only considered to be a wealthy land but provided a haven for Gallic rebels.
Despite having been labeled a dullard by his family, he possessed a keen intellect that impressed the historian Livy, who encouraged him to take up writing.
According to the ancient sources, Claudius married his first cousin Valeria Messalina, but she proved unfaithful and even bigamously married one of her many lovers.