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Lives of the Caesars, Volume I: Julius/Augustus/Tiberius/Gaius Caligula By Suetonius John C. Rolfe K.R. Bradley Lives of the Caesars Volume I Julius Augustus Tiberius Gaius Caligula Suetonius C Suetonius Tranquillus born ca CE son of a military tribune was at first an advocate and a teacher of rhetoric but later became the emperor Hadrian s private secretary He d

  • Title: Lives of the Caesars, Volume I: Julius/Augustus/Tiberius/Gaius Caligula
  • Author: Suetonius John C. Rolfe K.R. Bradley
  • ISBN: 9780674995703
  • Page: 298
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Lives of the Caesars, Volume I: Julius/Augustus/Tiberius/Gaius Caligula By Suetonius John C. Rolfe K.R. Bradley Suetonius C Suetonius Tranquillus, born ca 70 CE , son of a military tribune, was at first an advocate and a teacher of rhetoric, but later became the emperor Hadrian s private secretary, 119 121 He dedicated to C Septicius Clarus, prefect of the praetorian guard, his Lives of the Caesars After the dismissal of both men for some breach of court etiquette, SuetoniusSuetonius C Suetonius Tranquillus, born ca 70 CE , son of a military tribune, was at first an advocate and a teacher of rhetoric, but later became the emperor Hadrian s private secretary, 119 121 He dedicated to C Septicius Clarus, prefect of the praetorian guard, his Lives of the Caesars After the dismissal of both men for some breach of court etiquette, Suetonius apparently retired and probably continued his writing His other works, many known by title, are now lost except for part of the Lives of Illustrious Men of letters.Friend of Pliny the Younger, Suetonius was a studious and careful collector of facts, so that the extant lives of the emperors including Julius Caesar the dictator to Domitian are invaluable His plan in Lives of the Caesars is the emperor s family and early years public and private life death We find many anecdotes, much gossip of the imperial court, and various details of character and personal appearance Suetonius s account of Nero s death is justly famous.The Loeb Classical Library edition of Suetonius is in two volumes Both volumes were revised throughout in 1997 98, and a new Introduction added.
    Lives of the Caesars, Volume I: Julius/Augustus/Tiberius/Gaius Caligula By Suetonius John C. Rolfe K.R. Bradley

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    1. Bettie☯ on said:

      Translated by Robert GravesOn the Life of the Caesars, in Latin De vita Caesarum, or as it is often known in English, The Twelve Caesars, is a set of twelve biographies of Julius Caesar and the first 11 emperors of the Roman Empire On the Life of the Caesars, which was written in 121 during the reign of the emperor Hadrian, was the most popular work of Hadrian s personal secretary, Suetonius, and is the largest among his surviving writings It was dedicated to a friend, the Praetorian prefect Gai [...]

    2. Lucas on said:

      from the chapter on Emperor Tiberius, who lived on the island of Capri after he went insane A few days after his arrival at Capri, a fisherman coming upto him unexpectedly, when he was desirous of privacy, and presenting him with a large mullet, he ordered the man s face to be scrubbed with the fish being terrified at the thought of his having been able to creep upon him from the back of the island, over such rugged and steep rocks.The man, while undergoing the punishment, expressing his joy tha [...]

    3. Alicia on said:

      Absolutely fascinating read I have always loved history and this book details the lives of some amazing people I enjoyed how detailed and unbiased Suetonius is in his assessment of their lives I truly felt like it was a learning experience and not a bash of Caligula or Julius I highly recommend this book for those wanting to learn about these rulers and how they got to where they were and why we still speak of them today Some people might not find it riveting so I would definitely only suggest [...]

    4. jon on said:

      What can I say, it s all about the content and Suetonius was in a position to give us information on the Caesars that is as reputable as it comes You can t get much closer to the emperors of Rome in a digest, and an eloquent one at that, than Suetonius affords and it s always valuable to read primary sources they never go out of style.

    5. Sam Vanderplas on said:

      Fascinating accounts of Julius and Augustus Horrific accounts of Tiberius and Caligula A testament to man s ability for unimaginable evil when his power is unchecked Makes one thankful for our American checks on power Sections on the cruelties of Tiberius and Caligula should be required reading in school.

    6. Craig Garen on said:

      Suetonnius is of course the classic source of so much Roman historical fiction, it was nice indeed to reread the original lately.

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