Publisher: Cambridge University Press (April 19, 2004)
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This quantity investigates the neighborhoods of historic Rome through the reign of the 1st Roman Emperor, Caesar Augustus (27 BCE-14 CE). targeting a gaggle of neighborhood-based voluntary institutions that have been vital political and social groups for the city's different inhabitants of slaves and ex-slaves, it locates the Augustan neighborhoods in the broader context of the background of Rome. John Bert Lott stresses their value as actual and cultural divisions of town and investigates the special courting among neighborhood neighborhoods and Augustus himself.