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Author Lange, Carsten Hjort, author.

Title Triumphs in the age of civil war : the late Republic and the adaptability of triumphal tradition / Carsten Hjort Lange.

Published London New York Bloomsbury Academic, an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, 2016.
©2016

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 UniM Bail  394.40937 LANG    AVAILABLE
Physical description xiii, 333 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Chapter 1: A Voice from No Man's Land : Approaches to Civil War and Triumph -- Chapter 2: Triumph, Ovation, Alban Mount triumph and Naval triumph -- Chapter 3: The Fasti Triumphales and Triumphal Housekeeping -- Chapter 4: The Late Republican Triumph : Continuity and Change -- Chapter 5: Triumph and Civil War in the Late Republic : Constructing the Enemy -- Chapter 6: Augustus, Triumph, Civil War, and the Victory Monument at Actium : a Reconsideration -- Chapter 7: Triumphal Topography : Augustus' Triumphal and Triumph-like Returns -- Epilogue: Civil War and Triumph : The Casa di Pilatos Relief -- Appendix: Triumphal Arches.
Summary "Many of the wars of the late Republic were largely civil conflicts. There was, therefore, a tension between the traditional expectation that triumphs should be celebrated for victories over foreign enemies and the need of the great commanders to give full expression to their prestige and charisma, and to legitimize their power. Triumphs in the Age of Civil War rethinks the nature and the character of the phenomenon of civil war during the Late Republic. At the same time it focuses on a key feature of the Roman socio-political order, the triumph, and argues that a commander could in practice expect to triumph after a civil war victory if it could also be represented as being over a foreign enemy, even if the principal opponent was clearly Roman. Significantly, the civil aspect of the war did not have to be denied. Carsten Hjort Lange provides the first study to consider the Roman triumph during the age of civil war, and argues that the idea of civil war as 'normal' reflects the way civil war permeated the politics and society of the Late Roman Republic"--
Subject Civil war -- Rome -- History.
Triumph -- History.
Processions -- Rome -- History.
Political customs and rites -- Rome -- History.
Political culture -- Rome -- History.
War and society -- Rome -- History.
Rome -- History, Military -- 265-30 B.C.
Rome -- Military antiquities.
Rome -- Politics and government -- 265-30 B.C.
History.
Military history.
ISBN 9781474267847
147426784X
9781474267861
9781474267854
Standard Number 99969272863