1st Edition

A History of the Roman World from 30 B.C. to A.D. 138

By Edward T. Salmon Copyright 1968
    386 Pages
    by Routledge

    A History of the Roman World from 30 B.C. to A.D. 138 (1968) is a comprehensive survey of that period of Roman history during which the Principate was established and the Pax Romana consolidated. Besides the lives of the Emperors and an account of political and military developments, it contains sections on social, economic and cultural life.

    Part 1. The Founding of the Principate  1. Augustus Princeps  2. Italy  3. The Provinces  4. The Frontiers and Beyond  5. The Literature of the Augustan Age  Part 2. The Julio-Claudian Emperors  6. Tiberius  7. Gaius  8. Claudius  9. Nero  Part 3. The Italian Emperors  10. Anarchy  11. Vespasian  12. Titus  13. Domitian  14. Flavian Frontiers  15. The Economic Life of the Empire  16. Literature Between A.D. 50 and 100  Part 4. The Non-Italian Emperors  17. Nerva  18. Trajan  19. Hadrian  20. The Rise of Christianity  21. Literature and Art in the Early Second Century


    Edward T. Salmon