The Tabula Lugdunensis

A Critical Edition with Translation and Commentary
 
Cambridge University Press
  • erscheint ca. am 31. August 2020
 
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  • 224 Seiten
978-1-108-48419-0 (ISBN)
 
Unearthed in 1528 at Lyon, the Tabula Lugdunensis preserves the longest speech of a Roman emperor to survive in epigraphic form. In AD 48 Claudius addressed the senate to press a petition by elites of north-western Gaul to hold senatorial rank and office. In support he demonstrated Rome's history of constitutional innovation, particularly in integrating outsiders, and asserted a commitment to recruiting worthy provincial senators such as he claims the Gauls to be. The speech offers important evidence for the history and rhetoric of Roman political integration, unparalleled Etruscan testimony about Regal Rome, and insight into the Latin language and oratory of the early Principate. Uniquely, the Tabula can be set beside Tacitus' version of Claudius' speech in Annals 11 to provide a case-study of ancient historiographical practice. This edition contains a newly-edited text of the Tabula, an English translation, and a comprehensive introduction and commentary.
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Worked examples or Exercises; 2 Maps; 4 Halftones, black and white; 3 Line drawings, black and white
978-1-108-48419-0 (9781108484190)

S. J. V. MALLOCH is an associate professor in Classics at the University of Nottingham. He is the author of The Annals of Tacitus, Book 11 (Cambridge, 2013).
Introduction: I. The Tabula Lugdunensi; II. Contexts; III. Style; IV. Intertexts; V. The structure of Claudius' speech; Text and Translation: A note on the text and translation; The Tabula Lugdunensis; Diplomatic text; Edited text and translation; Commentary; Appendices: 1. New provincial senators from Augustus to Nero; 2. Tacitus Annals 11.23-25.1: text and translation.

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