Emperor of Rome

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Author : Robert Fabbri
Detail : “The final, thrilling instalment within the epic Emperor of Rome series from the bestselling author, Henry M. Robert Fabbri.

Rome, AD 68. Emperor of Rome is tasked with the not possible. ought to he quell the revolt in Judaea, as Emperor of Rome the emperor has tutored, or should he resort to the impossible and sabotage his own campaign? If his conquest succeeds, he risks changing into the only real object of the mad emperor’s jealousy. If he fails, then his penalisation are going to be severe. The fate of his men and his beloved son, Titus, all continue the balance.

But unknown to Emperor of Rome, Emperor of Rome has committed suicide, catapulting Rome into political turmoil. Sabinus, Vespasian’s brother, is caught between the belligerent factions of Aulus Vitellius, a cruel opportunist, and therefore the noble Marcus Salvius Otho, World Health Organization finds himself severely outnumbered. Seeing no aid on the horizon, Sabinus should trust wit, and wit alone, to confirm the security of his family.

With a contested throne and a military at his disposal, currently might finally be Vespasian’s time – to ascend, to conquer, to realize what multitudinous prophecies have expected and take hold of Rome itself. can Emperor of Rome, at long last, be the one to wear the purple?

The Emperor and Rome : Space, Representation, and Ritual

Art

Author - Björn C. Ewald
Publisher - Cambridge University Press
Pages - 365
ISBN - 0521519535


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Detail - This book explores ancient Rome under the impact of monarchy and as one of the structures which shaped the monarchy itself.

Nero Caesar Augustus : Emperor of Rome

History

Author - David Shotter
Publisher - Routledge
Pages - 272
ISBN - 131786591X


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Detail - Propelled to power by the age of 17 by an ambitious mother, self-indulgent to the point of criminality, inadequate, paranoid and the perpetrator of heinous crimes including matricide and fratricide, and deposed and killed by 31, Nero is one of Rome’s most infamous Emperors. But has history treated him fairly? Or is the popular view of Nero as a capricious and depraved individual a travesty of the truth and a gross injustice to Rome's fifth emperor? This new biography will look at Nero’s life with fresh eyes. While showing the man 'warts and all', it also caste a critical eye on the 'libels' which were perpetrated on him, such as claiming he was a madman, many of which were most probably made up to suit the needs of the Flavians, who had overthrown his dynasty.

The Roman Emperor Gaius "Caligula" and His Hellenistic Aspirations :

Biography & Autobiography

Author - Geoff W. Adams
Publisher - Universal-Publishers
Pages - 306
ISBN - 1599424231


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Detail - The Roman Emperor Gaius 'Caligula' and his Hellenistic Aspirations examines one of the most notorious of Roman Emperors in light of his rather unconventional upbringing in the Eastern Provinces of the Roman Empire. The study has sought to use the ancient evidence in order to reassess the context in which the young Gaius Caligula was raised particularly in relation to the influence of his father, Germanicus.

Chronicle of the Roman Emperors : The Reign-by-reign Record of the Rulers of Imperial Rome

History

Author - Chris Scarre
Publisher - no defined
Pages - 240
ISBN - 9780500289891


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Detail - Offers profiles of the Roman emperors, from Augustus to Constantine, and looks at the most important events during this period in Roman history.

Caligula : The Mad Emperor of Rome

History

Author - Stephen Dando-Collins
Publisher - Turner
Pages - 304
ISBN - 9781684422852


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Detail - Explore all of the murder, madness and mayhem in Ancient Rome during the reign of the mad emperor, Caligula. In this book about Rome's most infamous emperor, expert author, Stephen Dando-Collins' chronicles all the palace intrigues and murders that led to Caligula becoming emperor, and details the horrors of his manic reign and the murderous consequences brought about at the hand of his sister Agrippina the Younger, his uncle Claudius and his nephew Nero. Skillfully researched, Dando-Collins puts the jigsaw pieces together to form an accurate picture of Caligula's life and influences. Dando-Collins' precise and thorough examination of the emperor's life puts Caligula's paranoid reign into perspective, examining the betrayals and deaths he experienced prior to his time in power and the onset of a near-fatal illness believed to have affected his mental-health.

Emperor of Rome : The final, thrilling instalment in the epic Vespasian series from the bestselling author, Robert Fabbri

History

Author - Robert Fabbri
Publisher - Atlantic Books
Pages - 352
ISBN - 1782397116


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Detail - The final, thrilling instalment in the epic Vespasian series from the bestselling author, Robert Fabbri. Rome, AD 68. Vespasian is tasked with the impossible. Should he quell the revolt in Judaea, as Nero the emperor has instructed, or must he resort to the unthinkable and sabotage his own campaign? If his conquest succeeds, he risks becoming the sole object of the mad emperor's jealousy. If he fails, then his punishment will be severe. The fate of his men and his beloved son, Titus, all hang in the balance. But unknown to Vespasian, Nero has committed suicide, catapulting Rome into political turmoil. Sabinus, Vespasian's brother, is caught between the warring factions of Aulus Vitellius, a cruel opportunist, and the noble Marcus Salvius Otho, who finds himself severely outnumbered. Seeing no aid on the horizon, Sabinus must rely on wit, and wit alone, to ensure the safety of his family. With a contested throne and an army at his disposal, now may finally be Vespasian's time - to ascend, to conquer, to achieve what countless prophecies have foretold and take control of Rome itself. Will Vespasian, at long last, be the one to wear the purple?

The Untold History of the Roman Emperors :

Juvenile Nonfiction

Author - Michael Kerrigan
Publisher - Cavendish Square Publishing, LLC
Pages - 256
ISBN - 1502619105


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Detail - The Caesars were the rulers of the Roman Empire, a Republic so large it encompassed parts of Asia and Northern Africa. From Caligula to Claudius, each emperor wielded immense power – for good or for evil, depending on their temperament – over the Roman army and their citizens. This book highlights the lives of some of the more memorable Caesars of Rome and the true history that exist beneath the legends.

History of Marcus Aurelius : Emperor of Rome

Author - Lydia Howard Sigourney
Publisher - no defined
Pages - 113
ISBN -


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Emperor : The Gates of Rome

Fiction

Author - Conn Iggulden
Publisher - New York : Delacorte Press
Pages - 357
ISBN - 0385336608


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Detail - In the city of Rome, Gaius and Marcus grow up as friends and students of a powerful gladiator, and as the empire plunges toward civil war, they are thrust into the middle of a bitter conflict that will test their friendship.

Imagining Emperors in the Later Roman Empire :

Literary Criticism

Author - no defined
Publisher - BRILL
Pages - 368
ISBN - 9004370927


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Detail - Imagining Emperors in the Later Roman Empire>/i> offers new critical analysis of the textual depictions of a series of emperors in the fourth century within overlapping historical, religious and literary contexts

Emperors of Rome : The Story of Imperial Rome from Julius Caesar to the Last Emperor

History

Author - David Potter
Publisher - Hachette UK
Pages - 256
ISBN - 1780873360


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Detail - The Emperors of Rome charts the rise and fall of the Roman Empire through profiles of the greatest and most notorious of the emperors, from the autocratic Augustus to the feeble Claudius, the vicious Nero to the beneficent Marcus Aurelius, through to the maniac Commodus and beyond. Interwoven with these are vivid descriptions of sports and art, political intrigues and historic events. In this entertaining and erudite work, acclaimed classical scholar David Potter brings Imperial Rome, and the lives of the men who ruled it, to vivid life.

Against the Galileans :

Author - Julian the Apostate, Emperor of Rome
Publisher - Dalcassian Publishing Company
Pages - 233
ISBN - 1987022912


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Detail - Against the Galileans (Ancient Greek: Κατὰ Γαλιλαίων; Latin: Contra Galilaeos), meaning Christians, was a Greek polemical essay written by the Roman emperor Julian, commonly known as Julian the Apostate, during his short reign (361–363). Despite having been originally written in Greek, it is better known under its Latin name, probably due to its extensive reference in the polemical response Contra Julianum by Cyril of Alexandria.

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