3 edition of Seianus found in the catalog.
|Statement||Ben Jonson ; edited from the quarto of 1605 by Henry de Vocht.|
|Series||Materials for the study of the Old English drama -- v. 11|
|Contributions||Vocht, Henry de, 1878-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxiv, 230 p.|
|Number of Pages||230|
Digitized by v^ooQle Vlll PHAEDRUS I. II. In the Prologue to Book III. Phaedrus complains of having been attacked by Seianus, the favourite minister of Tiberius; probably he was prosecuted and condemned on account of some fable or fables which appeared to be aimed at Seianus, or Tiberius himself, or some other great personage. Tiberius' complex character is the key to understanding his reign. Challenging the common ancient view of Tiberius as a consummate hypocrite, Seager portrays him instead as a man whose virtues and beliefs were corrupted by power, who lost his grasp of reality as his fears of conspiracy and assassination spiralled out of control, and who finally /5(48).
avunculi of Seianus. F. Adams noted the awkwardness, and suggested that they had perhaps died by A.D. 30, when Velleius published his book.'2 In truth it is known that Ser. Maluginensis was dead (Ann. ). But it is not easy to believe that Velleius would for that reason exclude him-or Scipio-from the roll-call of Seianus' consular relatives. (The remainder of the fifth book and the beginning of the sixth, recounting Sejanus' marriage and fall and covering a space of nearly three years, are lost. Newer editions of Tacitus mark the division between the fifth and sixth books at this point rather than at the end of section 11; but references are regularly made to the older numbering.
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Get this from a library. Sejanus: his fall. [Ben Jonson; Royal Shakespeare Company.] -- "The Emperor Tiberius raises a statue to honour Sejanus, unaware that his right-hand man is ruthlessly working his way to the top destroying everyone in his path.
No one can stop him, but his all is. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Sejanus His Fall, a play by Ben Jonson, is a tragedy about Lucius Aelius Sejanus, the favourite of the Roman emperor Tiberius. Sejanus His Seianus book was performed at court inand at the Globe Theatre in The latter performance was a failure.
According to Jonson, an unnamed co-author "had good share" in the version of the play as it was "acted on the public stage". While the monarchy established by Caesar Augustus has attracted much scholarly attention, far less has been said about the reemergence of the old nobility at that time after years of civil war.
One clear reason for this has been the lack of reliable evidence from the period. This book goes backward to the early years of the first century B.C. and forward to the reign of Nero in search of /5(3).
Sejanus (Lucius Aelius Seianus 20 BC – Octo AD 31), was an ambitious soldier, friend and confidant of the Roman Emperor equestrian by birth, Sejanus rose to power as Praetorian commanded the Roman imperial bodyguard, the Praetorian Guard, from AD 14 until his death in After the Praetorian Guard was established under Augustus, Sejanus introduced reforms Allegiance: Roman Empire.
Sejanus (Lucius Aelius Sejanus) (sĭjā`nəs), d. A.D. 31, Roman statesman; son of Sejus Strabo, Praetorian prefect. When his father went to Egypt as governor, he succeeded to the. Seianus book The powerful favourite, or, The life of Ælius Seianus, by, Volume 1 The powerful favourite, or, The life of Ælius Seianus, by, Lucius Aelius Sejanus Authors.
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Aelius Seianus: Untersuchungen zur Regierung des Tiberius (Vestigia) (German Edition)Author: Dieter Hennig. It is a natural sequel to the author's first book, Eager for Glory, which discussed the life of Germanicus’ natural father, Nero Claudius Drusus, for the first time.
widow Agrippina and her popularity with the people earn the enmity of the emperor as he falls under the spell of Seianus (Sejanus). The wily Praetorian Guard commander /5(27). This tragic masterpiece by English playwright Ben Jonson explores the life of Roman soldier Lucius Aelius Seianus, who was a close friend and confidant of the emperor TIberius.
After a public performance of the play at the Globe theater, Jonson was accused of treason, as some believed the play to be a commentary on political events in England. 5 Tiberius as Princeps, ad Senate and Magistrates. The Equestrian Order and the People.
Honours and Titles. Religion. The Law of Maiestas. The Provinces. Tiberius and the Precepts of Augustus. 6 Seianus. The Rise of Seianus. Seianus’ Ambitions. Seianus and the Death of Drusus. From Drusus to Tiberius’ Withdrawal to Capreae. The Brand: Wiley. 5 Tiberius as Princeps, ad Senate and Magistrates.
The Equestrian Order and the People. Honours and Titles. Religion. The Law of Maiestas. The Provinces. Tiberius and the Precepts of Augustus. 6 Seianus. The Rise of Seianus. Seianus’ Ambitions. Seianus and the Death of Drusus. From Drusus to Tiberius’ Withdrawal to Capreae.
The Author: Robin Seager. The Book of Luke tells us that Pilate killed Jewish worshipers, mingling his victims’ blood with that of their religious sacrifices, a hideous at the crucifixion, Pilate posted a notice on Christ’s cross which declared him “The King of the Jews,” thereby mocking the Jewish leadership even as he gave them their way.
But all this raises a large question about the. This book goes backward to the early years of the first century B.C. and forward to the reign of Nero in search of documentation of the Augustan aristocracy.
Syme draws particularly on the Annals of Tacitus to cover years in the history of Roman families, chronicling their splendor and success, as well as their subsequent fall within the. Ianus, San Sperate (CA). likes 2 talking about this. Servizi Integrati per la conoscenza dell'Architettura Rilievo Architettonico,Stratigrafico e strutturaleFollowers: Seianus replied to Liam Stark's topic in Deathwatch Rules Questions a friend mentioned a new book comng out soon for rtdh that will have rules for grey knights.
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Looking in Rites of Battle, the Favored Foe Distinction does the same thing with a few other bonuses. About this Item: Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, First printed edition of America's first medical book, 4to, pp. xxiv,including pp. of color facsimile of the illustrated ms.; other illus. in text; fine copy in orig.
brown cloth, gilt-stamped spine, and preserving the original printed dust jacket, slightly faded on the spine; spine also with a very mild dampstain. Aelius Seianus (Sejanus) C. Silius (d.
) Some Things to Notice Importance of women Emphasis on affairs in the senate or on military events Relations between emperor and senators The two mutinies in book 1 and how differently Germanicus and Drusus handle them The importance of pietas and cleansing rituals to the army.
BOOK REVIEWS pieces of evidence into account. On Mac-Mullen's view, by implication, nearly all the learned controversy (basically lacking in psychological insight) about the authenticity of the relevant documents preserved by Eusebius departs from the basically erroneous (and.
Robin Seager is Reader in Classics and Ancient History at the University of Liverpool. He is the author of Pompey: A Political Biography (), Ammianus Marcellinus: Seven Studies in his Language and Thought () and Pompey the Great (Blackwell, ).book Politicall observations upon the fall of Seianus.
Written in Italian by Gio. Baptista Manzini. And translated into English by Sr. T.H Giovanni Battista Manzini, T. H Sir London: Printed by Anne Griffin, for Godfrey Emerson, and are to be sold at his shop in Little Brittaine without Aldersgate, View online.Tacitus: Annals Book 4  One of their chiefs, Dinis, an old man who well knew by long experience both the strength and clemency of Rome, maintained that they must lay down their arms, this being the only remedy for their wretched plight, and he was the first to .