Chapter Six: Politics, Law, and the Military
264-476: Chapter Six: Politics, Law, and the Military
by ANDREW M. RIGGSBY
Guilt or Benefit 229
Political Invective 232
Popular Reputation 234
Electoral Bribery 235
Democracy and Equality 235
Consular Authority 236
Elections Under the Empire 238
Didius Julianus 241
Symmachus and Ambrose on the Altar of Victory 244
Two Conspiracy Theories 246
Senatus Consultum Silianum 246
Rome vs. Gortyn 250
Local Law in the Roman World 253
Gaius Julius Caesar Octavianus (Augustus) 254
Gaius Julius Caesar 254
Sidebars and tables are listed in italics.
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