A Companion to the Neronian Age (Blackwell Companions to the by Emma Buckley,Martin Dinter

By Emma Buckley,Martin Dinter

An authoritative evaluation and invaluable source for college students and students of Roman historical past and Latin literature throughout the reign of Nero.

  • The first booklet of its type to regard this period, which has won in acceptance in contemporary years
  • Makes a lot very important study to be had in English for the 1st time
  • Features a stability of latest learn with demonstrated serious lines
  • Offers an strange breadth and diversity of fabric, together with massive remedies of politics, management, the imperial court docket, paintings, archaeology, literature and reception studies
  • Includes a mixture of validated students and groundbreaking new voices
  • Includes precise maps and illustrations

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