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- Illinois Classical Studies
- University of Illinois Press
- The Sodales Flauiales Titiales, the Flamen Dialis, and the Propaganda of Domitian Volume 44, Number 2, Fall 2019, pp. 326-343
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This issue contains 11 articles in total
- Condemning Domitian or Un-damning Themselves? Tacitus and Pliny on the Domitianic "Reign of Terror"
- Domitianus Germanicus: Tacitus's Germania and the Memory of Domitian
- Triumph, Closure, and the Power of the Individual in Silius Italicus's Punica 17
- Speed and Politics: Domitian and celeritas in Statius's Silvae
- Domitian, Literary Restriction, and the Poetics of Catasterism and Divinity in Statius's Silvae 1.1 and 1.2
- The Sodales Flauiales Titiales, the Flamen Dialis, and the Propaganda of Domitian
- Damnatio Failure: Domitian's Urban Vision of Rome through the Case Study of the Porticus Absidata
- Building Meaning: Constructions of Imperial Power in Domitianic Architecture, Visual Culture, and Literary Sources
- (Un)-damning Subplots: The Principate of Domitian Between Literary Sources and Fresh Material Evidence
- Undamning Domitian? Reassessing the Last Flavian princeps: Introduction
- Editor's Preface
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