The Cambridge Ancient History: The Augustan Empire, 43 BC-AD 69

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Showing Rating details. Sort order. Jun 17, Evan Leach rated it really liked it Shelves: doorstoppers , , history. The odd years between the death of Julius Caesar and the rise of the Flavian dynasty were some of the most momentous in Western history. Augustus of Prima Porta Yet for some reason, there are virtually no modern books providing a comprehensive history of this period. Th The odd years between the death of Julius Caesar and the rise of the Flavian dynasty were some of the most momentous in Western history.

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Readers interested in an in-depth exploration of the period have few good choices. One option is this hefty tome, one of the installments of the volume Cambridge Ancient History series. If you are interested in reading a 1, page book on the subject, chances are you already know the basics anyway. Pros First off, the Cambridge Ancient History series offers some serious scholarship. These books are pretty much the gold standard for the history of antiquity, at least from the 20th century, and all of the writers who worked on this book are masters of their respective fields.

Some of them are capable of writing some pretty arresting history, to boot. This volume is extremely comprehensive in scope. In addition to the political history of the period, this book covers the developments in every single province over the first century, from Spain to Syria and everything in between. It discusses the imperial court, economics, the roman military, the administrative structure of the empire, law and justice, religion, art and architecture, and literature. The broad focus of this book includes all aspects of the Julio-Claudian empire and will please readers looking for an in-depth examination of the age.

Cons The structure of this book bears mentioning. It is really more of a collection of 21 essays on the period by different authors. As a political history, with the exception of the triumviral period mentioned above this book was extremely poor. The period from Tiberius to the death of Nero over 50 years is covered in 58 pages. To put that in perspective, that is less than the amount of time this book spends discussing Roman Africa and Cyrene.

If you are interested in learning about the reigns of Tiberius, Caligula, Claudius, Nero this book fails to deliver.

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I learned more in 23 pages from A History of the Roman People than this book managed in over 1, on this subject. Conclusion Complaints aside, there are almost no options for readers interested in a history of the first century, and this may be the best of the batch. The level of scholarship here is truly top notch, and offers a lot to readers interested in the time period.

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