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Civilization and the Caesars, the intellectual revolution in the Roman Empire. Chester G. Starr.

New York, W.W. Norton and Company [1965] .
ISBN 0393003221, 9780393003222

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Subjects Christianisme.
Civilisation gréco-romaine.
Rome (Empire)
Rome -- Civilisation.
Rome -- Civilization.
Rome -- Histoire -- 30 av. J.-C.-476 (Empire)
Römisches Reich.
Series Norton library.
Description xiv, 413 pages illustrations 20 cm.
Copyright Date [1965]
Notes "Bibliographical note": pages 385-404. Bibliographical footnotes.
Contents Part One: The end of the Roman Republic -- The horizon of republican culture -- The political collapse of the republic -- Part Two: The unfolding of absolutism -- Augustus: the winning of men's minds -- Augustus: the reverse of the medal -- The loss of local freedom -- Autocracy in Rome, A.D. 14-69 -- The opposition of the philosophers, A.D. 69-96 -- The acceptance of absolutism -- Part Three: The intellectual decline of the early empire -- Letters in the Augustan age -- Emperors, aristocrats, and thinkers -- The sterility of the second century -- Part Four: Sterility and fertility -- The causes of sterility -- Toward a new order -- The empire and Christianity -- The potentialities of the new order: Augustine -- The old world of the fourth century.
Geographic Area Europe
Middle East
Africa, North
Network Numbers (OCoLC)408296
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Starr, Chester G., 1914-1999.
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