MAECENAS' ADMINISTRATION OF ROME AND ITALY

AJ.M. Thom

Abstract


Octavian's acquisition of supreme power was the result of the combined effort and support
of a group of talented men, whose political and military influence secured his success. Two
men stand out as Octavian's closest confederates and personal friends. M. Vipsanius
Agrippa and a person no less egregious and important to the inception and ultimate fruition
of Octavian's ambition, C. Maecenas.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7445/39-3-4-512

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