LIST OF PLATES
(between pages 234 and 235)
Head of Julius Caesar, probably c. 48-44 BC Castello di Agliè (By permission of Dr Carlo Carducci
Bronze head of Augustus ( 30 BC- AD 14) from Meroe in the Sudan British museum
Head of Vespasian Museo Nazionale, Rome (From Classical Sculplure by A. W. Lawrence, Cape)
Head of Vespasian ( AD 69- 79)) Ny Carlsberg Glyptothek, Copenhagen
Bust of Trajan ( AD 98-117) British Museum (Photo: British Museum)
Bronze bust of Trajan in dedicatory shield Ethnographical Museum, Ankara
Bust of Hadrian ( AD 117- 38)) British Museum (By permission of Messrs Thames and Hudson)
Statue of Antinous ( AD 130-8) Museo Nazionale, Naples
Bust of youthful Marcus Aurelius (c. AD 138) Museo Capitolino, Rome (Photo: Musei Capitolini)
Bronze equestrian statue of Marcus Aurelius ( AD 161 80) Piazza del Campidoglio, Rome (Photo: Mansell Collection: Anderson 347)
Bronze equestrian statue of Erasmo da Narni (Gattamelata) by Donatello, 1453 Padua (Photo: Mansell Collection. 10250)
Bust of Commodus ( AD 180- 92)) as Hercules Museo dei Conservatori, Rome (Photo: Mansell Collection: Anderson 1549)
Bust of Trajanus Decius ( AD 249- 51)) Museo Capitolino, Rome (Photo:Musei Capitolini)
Bust of Caracalla ( AD 211-17) Museo Nazionale, Naples (Photo: Mansell Collection : Alinari 34264)
Gold stater issued by the Greeks in honour of T. Quinctius Flamininus (c. 194 BC) British Museum (Photo: British Museum) All the coins are enlarged
Silver tetradrachm of Mithradates VI Eupator of Pontus ( 120-63 BC) Sale catalogue
Silver denarius of P. Porcius Laeca (c. 104 BC) British Museum (Photo: British Museum)
Silver denarius of P. Licinius Nerva (c. 106 BC) British Museum (Photo: British Museum)

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • List of Plates ix
  • List of Illustrations in Text xv
  • List of Maps xvii
  • Foreword xix
  • Part I - The Roman Empire 1
  • Part II - State and Society 21
  • Chapter 3 - Citizens of Rome 68
  • Chapter 4 - Subjects and Slaves 100
  • Part III - Beliefs 127
  • Chapter 6 - Religion 154
  • Chapter 7 - Philosophy 189
  • Part IV - Literature and the Arts 209
  • Chapter 9 - Sculpture and Painting 234
  • Chapter 10 - Architecture 260
  • Epilogue 293
  • Notes 302
  • Notes for Further Reading 309
  • Index 315
  • About the Author 323
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