The Women of the Caesars
|The Women of the Caesars (1911)
by , translated by Christian Frederick Gauss
|Translated by C. Gauss (1911)|
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|I||Woman and marriage in Ancient Rome||3|
|II||Livia and Julia||46|
|III||The daughters of Agrippa||96|
|IV||Tiberius and Agrippina||152|
|V||The sisters of Caligula and the marriage of Messalina||212|
|VI||Agrippina, the mother of Nero||276|
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