The Roman History: The Reign Of Augustus by Cassius Dio

The Roman History: The Reign Of Augustus

byCassius DioTranslated byIan Scott-kilvertIntroduction byJohn Carter

Paperback | July 7, 1987

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Following Rome's long road to peace after decades of civil war, Cassius Dio provides the fullest account of the reign of the first emperor in Books 50 through 60 of his Roman History.

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John Carter retired from a Senior Lectureship at Royal Holloway college, University of London, in 1992. He collaborated with Ian Scott-Kilvert on Cassius Dio's The Roman History (1987) for Penguin Classics, and other published work includes a history of Augustus' rise to power, The Battle of Actium (1970), and editions of Suetonius' ...

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Title:The Roman History: The Reign Of AugustusFormat:PaperbackDimensions:368 pages, 7.75 × 5.04 × 0.83 inPublished:July 7, 1987Publisher:Penguin Publishing Group

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ISBN - 10:0140444483

ISBN - 13:9780140444483

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Table of Contents

Roman History: The Reign of AugustusIntroduction by John Carter
Bibliographical Note
A Note on the Text

The Roman History

Chronological Table
List of Consuls
Key to Place-Names

1. Italy
2. North-West Europe
3. Germany
4. South-East and Western Anatolia
5. The Middle East
6. North-Western Africa
7. Egypt
8. The Balkans
9. South Russia
10. Plan of Rome
11. Spain