All Things: All Things Julius Caesar: An Encyclopedia of Caesar's World and Legacy

Editor/Author Lovano, Michael
Publication Year: 2014
Publisher: Greenwood

Single-User Purchase Price: $189.00
Unlimited-User Purchase Price: $283.50
ISBN: 978-1-44-080420-5
Category: History - World history
Image Count: 103
Book Status: Available
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All Things Julius Caesar: An Encyclopedia of Caesar's World and Legacy" provides a unique reference on topics and themes related to the life and times of Julius Caesar. It offers historically accurate information about what he did-and did not-do, and examines his impact on later eras via images and idealized depictions of him popularized in literature and other media up to the present.

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Table of Contents

  • Guide to Related Topics
  • Preface
  • Introduction
  • Chronology
  • Maps
  • Genealogy of Julius Caesar
  • Volume 1: All Things Julius Caesar: An Encyclopedia of Caesar's World and Legacy
  • A
  • Adriatic Sea
  • Aedui
  • Aeneas
  • Aeneid (Virgil)
  • Agriculture
  • Alesia, Siege of (52 bce)
  • Alexander the Great (356–323 bce)
  • Alexandria
  • Alexandrian War (Fall 48 bce–Spring 47 bce)
  • Ambiorix
  • Ambitus/Bribery
  • American Caesar: Douglas MacArthur (Manchester) (Book 1978/Documentary 1983)
  • Antony/Antonius, Marcus (ca. 83–30 bce)
  • Apollonius of Rhodes
  • Ariovistus
  • Arms and Armor
  • Army
  • Artistic Depictions of Caesar
  • Asinius Pollio (76 bce–4 ce)
  • Atia (ca. 85–43 bce)
  • Augustus.
  • Aurelia/Aurelian Family
  • B
  • Balbus
  • Basilica Julia
  • Belgae
  • Bellum Civile (Caesar)
  • Bellum Gallicum (Caesar)
  • Bibulus (d. 48 bce)
  • Bona Dea
  • Bribery.
  • Britain
  • Brundisium
  • Brutus (ca. 85–42 bce)
  • C
  • Caesar I–IV (Computer Games 1993–2006)
  • Caesarion (47–30 bce)
  • Calendar
  • Calpurnia
  • Camps
  • Campus Martius
  • Capitoline Hill
  • Cassius (ca. 85–42 bce)
  • Catiline (ca. 108–62 bce)
  • Cato (95–46 bce)
  • Catullus (ca. 84–54 bce)
  • Catulus the Younger (d. ca. 61 bce)
  • Census
  • Centurions
  • Cicero, Marcus (106–43 bce)
  • Cicero, Quintus (102–43 bce)
  • Cinna the Elder (d. 84 bce)
  • Cinna the Younger (d. ca. 43 bce)
  • Citizenship
  • Cleopatra (d. 30 bce)
  • Cleopatra (Film 1963)
  • Clients.
  • Clodius (ca. 93–52 bce)
  • Clothing
  • Coinage/Money
  • Collegia
  • Colonies
  • Congiaria
  • Conspiracy of 65 bce
  • Conspiracy of the Liberators (44 bce)
  • Corfinium, Siege of (49 bce)
  • Cornelia (d. 69 bce)
  • Coronae
  • Courts
  • Crassus (ca. 112–53 bce)
  • Cremation
  • Crossing the Rubicon
  • Crucifixion
  • Curia
  • Curio (d. 49 bce)
  • D
  • Dacians
  • Dante's The Divine Comedy
  • Debt Laws/Loans
  • Dictator
  • Dignitas
  • Divorce.
  • Divus Iulius
  • Domitius Ahenobarbus (d. 48 bce)
  • Dreams/Dream Interpretation
  • Dyrrachium, Siege of (48 bce)
  • E
  • Education
  • Egypt
  • Egyptians
  • Elections
  • Epilepsy
  • Equites
  • Eulogies/Imagines
  • Exile
  • Extraordinary Commands
  • F
  • Festivals
  • Food and Drink
  • Forum Iulium/Forum Caesaris
  • Forum Romanum
  • Funerals.
  • G
  • Games
  • Gangs
  • Gardens
  • Gaul Cisalpine/Gallia Cisalpina
  • Gaul Transalpine/Gallia Transalpina
  • Gaul/Gallia Comata
  • Germans
  • Gloria/Glory
  • H
  • Haruspicy
  • HBO's Rome (2005–2007)
  • Helvetii
  • Hirtius.
  • Homosexuality
  • Honor
  • Hostis
  • I
  • Ides of March
  • Illyricum
  • Impeachment
  • Imperator
  • J
  • Jews
  • Juba (d. 46 bce)
  • Julia (d. 54 bce)
  • L
  • Labienus (d. 45 bce)
  • Land Reform
  • Legal Profession
  • Legions
  • Lepidus the Elder (d. 77 bce)
  • Lepidus the Triumvir (d. 12 bce)
  • Letters
  • Libertas/Dominatio
  • Library of Alexandria
  • Libya/Numidia
  • Lictors/Fasces
  • Luca
  • Lucan's Pharsalia
  • Lucullus (118–57 bce)
  • Lupercalia
  • Lustrations
  • Volume 2: All Things Julius Caesar: An Encyclopedia of Caesar's World and Legacy
  • M
  • Machiavelli's The Prince
  • Magistrates/Cursus Honorum
  • Marcellus Cousins
  • Marius (ca. 157–86 bce)
  • Marriage/Divorce
  • Massilia, Siege of (49 bce)
  • Masters of Rome (McCullough) (Books 1990–2007)
  • Mediterranean Sea
  • Memoirs
  • Military Discipline
  • Milo (d. 48 bce)
  • Mithradates VI (ca. 134–63 bce)
  • Money.
  • Mourning/Funerals
  • Munda, Battle of (45 bce)
  • N
  • Names
  • Navy/Ships
  • Nicomedes (d. 75/74 bce)
  • Numidia.
  • O
  • Ocean
  • Octavia (ca. 69–11 bce)
  • Octavian-Augustus (63 bce–14 ce)
  • Omens
  • Oppius and Hirtius
  • Optimates
  • Oratory
  • P
  • Parthia
  • Patricians
  • Patrons and Clients
  • Pharnaces (d. 47 bce)
  • Pharsalus, Battle of (48 bce)
  • Piracy
  • Plebs
  • Plutarch's Lives
  • Pompeia/“Caesar's Wife”
  • Pompey (106–48 bce)
  • Pontifex Maximus
  • Popular Assemblies
  • Populares
  • Prison
  • Propaganda
  • Proscriptions
  • Provinces
  • Ptolemy XII Auletes (d. 51 bce)
  • Ptolemy XIII (d. 47 bce)
  • Public Works
  • R
  • Recreation
  • Regia
  • Religion, Roman
  • Rex
  • S
  • Sacrifices
  • Sallust (86–ca. 35 bce)
  • Senate
  • Senatus Consultum Ultimum (SCU)
  • Servilia (d. ca. 42 bce)
  • Sextus Pompey (67–35 bce)
  • Shakespeare's Julius Caesar (Original Play and Film Versions 1953, 1970)
  • Ships.
  • Siegecraft
  • Slavery/Slaves
  • Spain
  • Spartacus (Film 1960)
  • Standards
  • Subura
  • Suebi
  • Suetonius (ca. 70–ca. 130 ce)
  • Suicide
  • Sulla (ca. 138–78 bce)
  • Sulla, Faustus (d. 46 bce)
  • T
  • Taxation/Tax Farming
  • Temple of Castor and Pollux
  • Tenth Legion
  • Thapsus, Battle of (46 bce)
  • Theater of Pompey
  • Thessaly
  • Trade
  • Transpadane Gauls
  • Treasury
  • Trebonius (d. 43 bce)
  • Trial of Rabirius (63 bce)
  • Triumphs/Trophies
  • Triumvirate
  • U
  • Utica
  • V
  • Vatinius
  • Venus Genetrix
  • Vercingetorix (d. 46 bce)
  • Vestal Virgins
  • Primary Documents
  • SUETONIUS ON CAESAR'S ANCESTRY AND ASPIRATIONS
  • CAESAR'S RESPONSE TO THE CONSPIRACY OF CATILINE (63 bce)
  • CASSIUS DIO DESCRIBES JULIUS CAESAR'S FIRST INVASION OF BRITAIN (55 bce)
  • CICERO'S AFFECTION FOR CAESAR (SEPTEMBER 28, 54 bce)
  • JULIUS CAESAR ON THE TRUE CAUSES OF THE CIVIL WAR (49 bce)
  • CASSIUS DIO DESCRIBES POMPEY'S BEHAVIOR AT THE START OF THE CIVIL WAR (49 bce)
  • A LETTER FROM CAESAR REGARDING HIS CAMPAIGN OF “KINDNESS AND GENEROSITY” (ca. MARCH 10, 49 bce)
  • APPIAN DESCRIBES THE KEY BATTLE OF PHARSALUS (48 bce)
  • JULIUS CAESAR BEFORE AND AFTER THE BATTLE OF PHARSALUS (48 bce)
  • THE REACTION OF OCTAVIAN AND HIS FAMILY TO CAESAR'S ASSASSINATION (44 bce) IN NICOLAUS OF DAMASCUS'S LIFE OF AUGUSTUS
  • CICERO COMMENTS TO ATTICUS ON THE FALLOUT FROM CAESAR'S MURDER (APRIL 7, 44 bce)
  • SUETONIUS ON THE VENGEANCE OF OCTAVIAN-AUGUSTUS
  • Select Bibliography