Volume 39, Number 2, Spring 2006

Table of Contents

From: Arethusa

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Special Issue: Ingens Eloquentiae Materia: Rhetoric and Empire in Tacitus

Guest Editor: Rhiannon Ash and Martha Malamud

Dedication: Judith R. Ginsburg

pp. 139-141
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Introduction

pp. 143-148
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Survival and Memory in the Agricola

pp. 149-170
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Theatricality in Tacitus's Histories

pp. 171-191
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Shadows and Assassinations: Forms of Time in Tacitus and Appian

pp. 193-218
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Sententia and Structure in Tacitus Histories 1.12-49

pp. 219-244
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Potior utroque Vespasianus : Vespasian and His Predecessors in Tacitus's Histories

pp. 245-279
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Alternate Empires: Tacitus's Virtual History of the Pisonian Principate

pp. 281-301
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Mutiny and Madness: Tacitus Annals 1.16-49

pp. 303-329
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A Correspondence Course in Tyranny: The Cruentae Litterae of Tiberius

pp. 331-354
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Following in the Footsteps of Lucullus? Tacitus's Characterisation of Corbulo

pp. 355-375
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Bibliography

pp. 377-391
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Books Received

pp. 393-395
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