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examining the hopes and expectations of Augustus' contemporaries and his own personal characteristics of statesmanship and unscrupulous ambition, Shotter reveals that the reasons for Augustus' success lie partly in the complexity of the man himself, and partly in the unique nature of the
times in which he lived.
Table of ContentsForeword List of Figures Acknowledgments Abbreviations Introduction 1. The Roman Republic 2. The Crisis of the Republic 3. Octavian 4. The Powers of Augustus 5. Auctoritas, Patronage and the Administration 6. The Respublica of Augustus 7. The Empire and the Augustan
Peace 8. The City of Marble 9. The Succession 10. The Legacy of Augustus Appendices I Chief Dates in the Life and Career of Augustus II Provinces and Armies in AD 14 III The Sources for Augustus' Principate IV Glossary of Latin Terms Select bibliography