Death of an Emperor

Flavius Josephus

Translated with commentary by T.P. Wiseman

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ISBN: 9780859893565

Publication: August 1, 1991

Series: Exeter Studies in History

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In January AD41, Caligula was murdered. The Republic was briefly restored, but then the Praetorian Guard made Claudius Emperor in a military coup. Josephus' narrative is an important source for these critical events. This translation is accompanied by a detailed commentary.

T.P. Wiseman is Emeritus Professor of Classics at Exeter University and a Fellow of the British Academy.

Acknowledgements Introduction Abbreviations and Select Bibliography Flavius Josephus, Antiquitates Iudaicae XIX 1-273 I Preface II The Conspiracy III The Assassination IV Panic on the Palatine V The Republic Restored VI Obituary VII The Claudius Coup Note on the Text Commentary Appendices: 1 The Augustan Palatine 2 Cluvius Rufus Index of Names

Format: Paperback

Size: 210 x 147 mm

122 Pages

ISBN: 9780859893565

Publication: August 1, 1991

Series: Exeter Studies in History

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