The Roman History

The Roman History

The Reign of Augustus


Introduction by:
Translator: Ian Scott-Kilvert

Format
Paperback
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  • Paperback
  • ISBN 9780140444483
  • 368 Pages
  • Penguin Classics
  • Adult

Overview

Following Rome’s long road to peace after decades of civil war, Cassius Dio provides the fullest account of the reign of the first emperor in Books 50 through 60 of his Roman History.

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Table of Contents

Roman History: The Reign of AugustusIntroduction by John Carter
Bibliographical Note
Acknowledgments
A Note on the Text

The Roman History

Notes
Chronological Table
List of Consuls
Key to Place-Names

Maps
1. Italy
2. North-West Europe
3. Germany
4. South-East and Western Anatolia
5. The Middle East
6. North-Western Africa
7. Egypt
8. The Balkans
9. South Russia
10. Plan of Rome
11. Spain

Index

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