THE AUGUSTAN ARISTOCRACY

RONALD SYME

CLARENDON PRESS . OXFORD

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Addendum to Preface vi
  • Contents vii
  • I - The Nobilitas 1
  • II - The Hazards of Life 15
  • III - Nobiles in Eclipse 32
  • IV - Sixteen Aristocratic Consuls 50
  • V - Monarchy and Concord 64
  • VI - Some Perturbations 82
  • VII - Stability Restored 93
  • VIII - The Resplendent Aemilii 104
  • IX - The End of L. Aemilius Paullus 115
  • X - Marcus Lepidus 128
  • XI - Two Nieces of Augustus 141
  • XII - Nero's Aunts 155
  • XIII - Princesses and Court Ladies 168
  • XIV - The Junii Silani 188
  • XV - Messalla Corvinus 200
  • XVI - The Decease of Messalla 217
  • XVII - The Posterity of Messalla 227
  • XVIII - The Last Scipiones 244
  • XIX - Descendants of Pompeius and Sulla 255
  • XX - Descendants of Crassus 270
  • XXI - Lentulus the Augur 284
  • XXII - Kinsmen of Seianus 300
  • XXIII - Quinctilius Varus 313
  • XXIV - Piso the Pontifex 329
  • XXV - The Education of an Aristocrat 346
  • XXVI - The Other Pisones 367
  • XXVII - Nobiles in Horace 382
  • XXVIII - Fabius Maximus 403
  • XXIX - Nobiles in Velleius 421
  • XXX - The Apologia for the Principate 439
  • Appendix: the Consuls - 80 Bc--Ad 14 455
  • Bibliography 459
  • Index of Persons 470
  • Tables 505
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