Politics and Society in Imperial Rome offers fresh new interpretations of the politics, society, and culture Rome's imperial era.
- Argues that the early principate was fundamentally incompatible with the persisting structures of the Roman Republic
- Demonstrates how these contradictory systems affected the development of Roman society
- Includes case studies on the imperial court and the emperor Caligula, as well as chapters on the scholarship of Theodor Mommsen and Christian Meier
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About the Author
Aloys Winterling is Professor for Ancient History at the Humboldt University of Berlin. He was previously Professor of Ancient History at the University of Basel.