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  • Paperback
  • 344 pages
  • Tiberius Caesar
  • George Philip Baker
  • English
  • 14 September 2017
  • 9780815411130

10 thoughts on “Tiberius Caesar

  1. says:

    My copy is a hardcover and published in 1967 by Barnes Noble, INC.So far the stand out unique thing about this book is that the last person to check it out from the Bryan Library was in 1999, and before that it hadn t seeen the light of day since 1970 Not a very popular read.Baker, George Phillip Tiberius Caesar Barnes and Noble Inc,1929 In Tiberius Caesar, G.P Baker examines the life of the third great Caesar and second emperor of Rome, Tiberius Claudius Nero, otherwise known as Tiberius Julius Caesar Augustus Baker begins his biography with Tiberius as a boy of thirteen, riding in the triumph of his step father Augustus Caesar, and ends with his death at age seventy seven, an old man both loved and hated, mocked and revered This biography deals with three main concentrations Augustus and Tiberius s relationship, the military and battles of the time, and the political intrigue surrounding Tiberius after he became emperor Though the ideas are generally presented in that order, there is some overlapping Baker goes into detail about Augustus s difficulty in finding an heir, Rome s struggle with the Germans, and the chaotic and ruinous career of Tiberius s wife Julia Baker s biography is not just about Tiberius Caesar and his life, but about those who surrounded the emperor, the great events of the time, and...


  2. says:

    This is a sympathetic and very readable biography of Tiberius, the second emperor of Rome It was hard for me to overcome the unflattering picture of Tiberius from


  3. says:

    It is hard for me to rate such a book this lowly, for it is knowing and at times brilliant, both in its ideas and its prose Yet much is muddled, confusing, and flabby There is a great book inside screaming to get out.


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Tiberius CaesarThe Great Conundrum Of His Character And The Political Significance Of His Long Reign, Which Solidified The Imperial Government Of Rome, Render The Life Of Tiberius Caesar 42 B C 37 A D Second Emperor Of Rome And Successor Of Augustus A Subject Of Perennial Interest From The Mass Of Available Evidence, Two Men Can Be Constructed, Both Equally Credible One, An Upright, Gruff Soldier Statesman, Austere, Just, Capable The Other, A Corrupt, Murderous Tyrant With Gargantuan And Depraved Appetites In Another In The Series Of Superb Biographies Of Ancient Figures, G P Baker Provides An Astute And Fair Minded Assesment Of Rome S Most Psychologically Complex And Contradictory Emperor, A Man Who According To Roman Historian Dio Cassius Possessed Many Virtues And Many Vices.


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