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Emperor Augustus, who lived from 63 BC to 14 AD, was an intelligent strategist, a beloved family man, and a just ruler over arguably the most powerful empire in history. Introduction Bibliography Res Gestae Divi Augusti. So many articles and comments on the Monumentum Ancyranum have appeared, especially sincethat a complete bibliography is out of the question here, and the list will have to be limited to the more important books and articles, and particularly to those referred to in the introduction, and the critical and historical notes.
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Caesaris Augusti Res Gestae et Fragmenta by Robert S. Rogers, Kenneth Scott, Margaret M. Ward (p. 38) 38) Review by: R. Meiggs. Rex E. Wallace's textbook, Res Gestae Divi Augusti presents Latin students with an engaging introduction to the corpus of Latin epigraphy.
Wallace's work includes a thorough orientation to the history, content, function, and organization of the Res Gestae, along with relevant historical, grammatical, and vocabulary notes on the page facing the text.C.
JULII CAESARIS, QUAE EXTANT, INTERPRETATIONE ET NOTIS ILLUSTRAVIT JOHANNES GODVINUS, PROFESSOR REGIUS, IN USUM DELPHINI. THE NOTES AND INTERPRETATIONS TRANSLATED AND IMPROVED BY THOMAS CLARK.
FIFTH EDITION. [aka "Clark's Caesar." Julius Caesar.] by Caesar, Julius, BC. Aulus Hirtius, ca. BC. Johannes Godvinus [Jean .Monogr. 6 (Mid-dletown, CT, ); Caesaris Augusti Res Gestae et Fragmenta, with K.
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