By Robin Seager(auth.)
Robin Seager has up to date his vintage biography of Tiberius, which makes a speciality of the Emperor’s advanced personality because the key to figuring out his reign.
- The such a lot readable account on hand of the lifetime of Tiberius, the second one Roman emperor.
- Argues that Tiberius’ personality offers the major to knowing his reign.
- Portrays Tiberius as a guy whose virtues and ideology have been corrupted by means of strength.
- Shows how Tiberius’ fears of conspiracy and assassination triggered him to lose his snatch of truth.
- A new afterword discusses vital new proof that has come to gentle at the reign of Tiberius.
Chapter 1 Tiberius' youth: The Political heritage (pages 1–10):
Chapter 2 Tiberius and Augustus (pages 11–39):
Chapter three The Accession of Tiberius (pages 40–47):
Chapter four Germanicus and Drusus (pages 48–103):
Chapter five Tiberius as Princeps, advert 14?26 (pages 104–150):
Chapter 6 Seianus (pages 151–188):
Chapter 7 The final Years (pages 189–208):
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For the moment all seemed to go well. 23 Despite this constant activity as Augustus’ chief administrator he found the time to beget the grandsons that the princeps so ardently desired. 24 Henceforth they bore the names Gaius and Lucius Caesar. Everything was now as Augustus had planned. He would be succeeded by one of his own blood, one who was at once his grandson and adopted son, and if he should die before Gaius was old enough to govern the empire without assistance, the prince’s father Agrippa would be on hand to control affairs in the meantime and to ensure that the eventual transfer of power was smoothly carried out.
As far as could be seen, the question of the succession had been settled. 25 The years between his tenure of this office and his retirement to Rhodes were almost entirely taken up with campaigning on Rome’s northern frontier. 26 His first objective was to conquer the Alpine lands, whose inhabitants sometimes launched raids into Italy and Gaul. Next he proposed the extension of Illyricum to the Danube, giving Rome control of the valleys of the Save and Drave, to link the province of Macedonia with Italy and bring it within easy reach of Gaul and the Rhine.
For those who had ruled the republic and their descendants the dimming of their splendour and the curb on their ambition and achievement were bitter disappointments: they were not deceived by Augustus’ offer of dignity without real power. But for many who would have had no hope of a career under the republic the Augustan régime held out rich rewards for loyal and honourable service. The equites too found new scope for their talents in military and administrative posts, while the plebs had quickly 10 TIBERIUS’ CHILDHOOD: POLITICAL BACKGROUND realized that Augustus was better, not only at giving games, but also at caring for the water-supply, putting out fires and making the streets safe at night.
Tiberius, Second Edition by Robin Seager(auth.)