Bread & Circuses: Euergetism and Municipal Patronage in Roman Italy

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INDEX

a
Abella 137 , 138
Acerrae 32
Actium, battle of 61 , 62 , 65 , 69 , 73 -4
agriculture 12 , 23
Agrippa, (M. Vipsanius Agrippa) 64 , 65 , 67 , 74 , 76
Aletrium 33 , 34 , 39 , 40 , 42
alimentary schemes 8 , 22 , 97 -9, 101
allies, Roman 13 , 16 , 21
Ambrose of Milan 145 -8, 160
amicitia15 - 16 , 19 - 20 , 145 , 162
amphitheatres 5 - 6 , 31 , 41 , 55 -7, 61 - 73 , 74 , 76 , 78 , 129 ;
geographical distribution of 34 , 38 ;
as imperial benefactions, 7 , 55 -7, 61 -2, 69 - 70 , 91 ;
in Italy 47 -9, 91 ;
as private benefactions 51 ;
at Rome 48 , 55 -7, 61 -8, 70 -3, 106 -7
Ancona 91
Antium 93
Antoninus Pius 91 , 98 , 100
Apulia 37 , 130
aqueducts 33 , 40 , 58 , 68 , 90 , 95
arches 8 , 31 , 94 , 96 , 101 ;
arch of Constantine, 8 , 105 , 107 , 110 , 113 ;
arch of Titus, 69 ;
arch of Trajan, 96
Ariminum 32 , 39 , 90 , 94
army, Roman 19 , 21 , 23
Arpinum 3
Atella 3
Athens 14 , 20 , 49
athletic contests 64 , 67 ;
see also games
Atina 39
Atticus (T. Pomponius Atticus) 14 , 22
Augustales, 5 , 36 , 41 , 43
Augustine of Hippo 126 , 136 , 147
Augustus 5 - 7 , 19 , 21 , 31 , 32 , 34 - 42 , 47 , 48 , 50 , 53 , 54 -6, 61 -8, 70 -3, 74 -7, 89 , 90 -1, 93 -6, 98

b
Baiae 125
bankers, banking 3 - 4 , 14 - 16 , 18 , 20 , 22
basilicas 31 , 33 , 38 - 40 , 63 , 106 -7, 109 -15, 111 , 114 , 117 -19
baths 5 , 6 , 31 , 33 -4, 37 , 40 , 47 , 73 , 90 -1, 106 , 109 -10, 114 -17
benefactions see euergetism
Beneventum 91 , 94 , 96 , 125 , 136 -7
Bergamum 32
Bononia 33
Brixia 90 -1
Brundisium 32 , 33 , 94 , 96
building costs 70 , 73

c
Caelius (M. Caelius Rufus) 4 , 9
Caere 39 , 41
Caesar, Caius 32 , 90
Caesar, Julius 13 , 50 -2, 54 , 62 -5, 71 , 72
Caesar, Lucius 32 , 90
Caligula 55 , 67 , 68 -9, 92
Campania 29 , 31 , 32 -5, 37 , 39 , 48 -9, 55 , 92 , 95 , 99 , 125 , 136 , 149
Capena 33 , 42 , 93
Capua 46 , 47 , 90 -1
Casinum 39 , 40
censors 48
census 13 , 19
chariot races 129 , 131 , 133
charity 142 , 144 -5, 152 , 160 -2
Christianity 7 , 109 -12, 114 -18, 126 , 132 -5, 138 -9, 142 , 144 -5, 147 -8, 152 , 159 -62
churches 8 , 16 , 106 , 110 -18
Cicero (M. Tullius Cicero) 3 - 4 , 17 , 22 , 40 , 49 , 50 , 129
Cingulum 40
circuses 34 , 40 , 47 , 53 -5, 61 -6, 71 , 74 , 150
cities 1 , 2 - 7 , 9 , 28 - 30 , 32 , 34 -6, 39 - 42 ;
see also municipia

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Bread & Circuses: Euergetism and Municipal Patronage in Roman Italy
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Contents vii
  • Preface xi
  • Abbreviations xiii
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - The Patron as Banker 12
  • 2 - Public Building, Urban Renewal and Euergetism in Early Imperial Italy 28
  • 3 - The Development of Public Entertainment Venues in Rome and Italy 46
  • 4 - Euergetism in Its Place 61
  • 5 - The Emperor and the Cities of Italy 89
  • 6 - Imperial Building at Rome 105
  • 7 - Favor Populi 125
  • 8 - 'Restored Utility, Eternal City' 142
  • Index 167
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