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In this lucid, authoritative survey, Michael Grant re-examines Gibbons's statement, and gives his own magisterial account of how the lives of ...
In this lucid, authoritative survey, Michael Grant re-examines Gibbons's statement, and gives his own magisterial account of how the lives of the emperors and the art, literature, architecture and overall social condition under the Antonines represented an "age of transition." The Antonines is essential reading for anyone who is interested in ancient history, as well as for all students and teachers of the subject.
|List of illustrations|
|2||Marcus Aurelius and Lucius Verus||24|
|4||Marcus Aurelius and Commodus||60|
|6||Antonine Speaking and Writing||83|
|7||Antonine Architecture and Art||128|
|8||The Antonine Age||147|
|Some books about the Antonine period||190|
Posted December 26, 2004