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Augustus : van revolutionair tot keizer van Rome

Adrian Goldsworthy (author), Roelof Posthuma (translator)

Augustus : van revolutionair tot keizer van Rome

‘Keizer Augustus’ van Matthew Dennison is een short read over één van de eerste twaalf keizers van Rome. Matthew Dennison schreef ‘De twaalf Caesars’ in navolging van de beroemde Gaius Suetonius Tranquillus, die in het begin van de tweede eeuw de levens van twaalf keizers beschreef: van Julius Caesar tot en met Domitianus, oftewel van 100 voor tot 96 na Christus. Zijn smakelijke anekdotes en pikan
Title
Augustus : van revolutionair tot keizer van Rome
Author
Adrian Goldsworthy
Translator
Roelof Posthuma
Language
Dutch
Original language
English
Original title
August : from revolutionary to emperor
Publisher
[Plaats van uitgave niet vastgesteld]: VBK Media, 2018 | Other editions
ISBN
9789401914406
CloudLibrary
3kbm5g9

About Adrian Goldsworthy

Adrian Keith Goldsworthy (; born 1969) is a British historian and novelist who specialises in ancient Roman history.

Education

Adrian Goldsworthy attended Westbourne School, Penarth. He then read Ancient and Modern History at St John's College, Oxford, completing a D.Phil. in ancient military history from the University of Oxford in 1994. That dissertation laid the foundation of his first book, The Roman Army at War 100 BC – AD 200.

Career

Goldsworthy was appointed a Junior Research Fellow at Cardiff University for two years, taught briefly at King's College London and was an assistant professor on the University of Notre Dame's London programme for six years. His expertise is in Roman history, but he has also taught a course on the military history of the Second World War.

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