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Der Letzte Kaiser Der Dynastie Der Severer Alexander Severus Und Die Rolle Seiner Mutter

Author : Aynur Keskin
ISBN : 9783656057925
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Studienarbeit aus dem Jahr 2002 im Fachbereich Geschichte - Weltgeschichte - Fruhgeschichte, Antike, Note: -, Technische Universitat Berlin, 11 Quellen im Literaturverzeichnis, Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: Alexander Severus, der vierzehnjahrige Kaiser der Dynastie, herrschte hinter seiner macht- und geldgierigen Mutter Julia Mamaea dreizehn Jahre lang im romischen Reich. Die Hauptrolle wahrend der Regierungszeit spielte Julia Mamaea, die Tante des vorherigen Kaisers Elagabal und die Nichte der Kaiserin Julia Domna. Der nur dem Namen nach Kaiser gebliebene Alexander Severus wurde gezwungen, das Spiel mitzumachen. Der aus dem Senatorenkreis stammende Rat der sechzehn Manner half der Mutter beim Treffen wichtiger Entscheidungen. Ohne sie ware das Regieren des grossen Reiches kaum moglich gewesen. Innere Krisen sowie mehrere Aufstande konnten unterdruckt werden. Als es aber um die Abwehr ausserer Gefahren ging, scheiterten die Mutter und ihr Kaisersohn. Im Osten kam ein neuer Herrscher 224 auf die aussenpolitische Buhne, der Sassanidenkonig Ardasir I. Er wollte sein Gebiet in Richtung der romischen Provinzen ausdehnen, um sein Reich in den Grenzen seiner Urvater wiederherzustellen. Im Norden an Rhein und Donau rannten die kriegerischen Germanen die Grenzen des Reiches ein. Sowohl die Perser unter ihrem neuen Namen Sassaniden" als auch die Germanen lehnten die Friedensangebote des Kaisers kategorisch ab. Julia Mamaea und dem Kaiser war klar, dass keine andere Moglichkeit als der Krieg bleib. Diese ausseren Bedrohungen sturzten die Mutter-Sohn Regierung in ihre Agonie."


Author : Savigny-Stiftung
ISBN : SRLF:A0004341913
Genre : Law
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Lives Of The Later Caesars

Author : Anthony Birley
ISBN : 9780141935997
Genre : History
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One of the most controversial of all works to survive from ancient Rome, the Augustan History is our main source of information about the Roman emperors from 117 to 284 AD. Written in the late fourth century by an anonymous author, it is an enigmatic combination of truth, invention and humour. This volume contains the first half of the History, and includes biographies of every emperor from Hadrian to Heliogabalus - among them the godlike Marcus Antonius and his grotesquely corrupt son Commodus. The History contains many fictitious (but highly entertaining) anecdotes about the depravity of the emperors, as the author blends historical fact and faked documents to present our most complete - albeit unreliable - account of the later Roman Caesars.
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From Empire To Republic

Author : Peter Berger
ISBN : 9783903122390
Genre : History
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After the dissolution of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy, Austria transformed itself from an empire to a small Central European country. Formerly an important player in international affairs, the new republic was quickly sidelined by the European concert of powers. The enormous losses of territory and population in Austria's post-Habsburg state of existence, however, did not result in a political, economic, cultural, and intellectual black hole. The essays in the twentieth anniversary volume of Contemporary Austrian Studies argue that the small Austrian nation found its place in the global arena of the twentieth century and made a mark both on Europe and the world. Be it Freudian psychoanalysis, the “fin-de-siècle” Vienna culture of modernism, Austro-Marxist thought, or the Austrian School of Economics, Austrian hinkers and ideas were still wielding a notable impact on the world. Alongside these cultural and intellectual dimensions, Vienna remained the Austrian capital and reasserted its strong position in Central European and international business and finance. Innovative Austrian companies are operating all over the globe. This volume also examines how the globalizing world of the twentieth century has impacted Austrian demography, society, and political life. Austria's place in the contemporary world is increasingly determined by the forces of the European integration process. European Union membership brings about convergence and a regional orientation with ramifications for Austria's global role. Austria emerges in the essays of this volume as a highly globalized country with an economy, society, and political culture deeply grounded in Europe. The globalization of Austria, it appears, turns out to be in many instances an “Europeanization”.
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Rome And The Friendly King Routledge Revivals

Author : David Braund
ISBN : 9781317803010
Genre : History
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Rome and the Friendly King, first published in 1984, offers a functional definition of what is usually called client kingship – to show what a client king (or ‘friendly king’, to use the Roman term) was in practice. Each aspect of this complex role is examined over a period of six centuries: the making of a king; exposure to Roman institutions and individuals; formal recognition as a friendly ruler. Professor Braund shows how the king’s power related to Roman authority, and to his subjects. The role of Romans in royal wills, principally as recipients of bequests, is also examined, and it is also shown how some kings were assimilated completely into Roman society to become senators in their own right. In conclusion, Professor Braund considers the ways in which both sides benefited from client kingship and, in doing so, helps to explain the persistent use of such relationships throughout history.
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The Cambridge Companion To The Roman Economy

Author : Walter Scheidel
ISBN : 9780521898225
Genre : Business & Economics
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Thanks to its exceptional size and duration, the Roman Empire offers one of the best opportunities to study economic development in the context of an agrarian world empire. This volume, which is organised thematically, provides a sophisticated introduction to and assessment of all aspects of its economic life.
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Nazis On The Run

Author : Gerald Steinacher
ISBN : 9780191653773
Genre : History
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This is the story of how Nazi war criminals escaped from justice at the end of the Second World War by fleeing through the Tyrolean Alps to Italian seaports, and the role played by the Red Cross, the Vatican, and the Secret Services of the major powers in smuggling them away from prosecution in Europe to a new life in South America. The Nazi sympathies held by groups and individuals within these organizations evolved into a successful assistance network for fugitive criminals, providing them not only with secret escape routes but hiding places for their loot. Gerald Steinacher skillfully traces the complex escape stories of some of the most prominent Nazi war criminals, including Adolf Eichmann, showing how they mingled and blended with thousands of technically stateless or displaced persons, all flooding across the Alps to Italy and from there, to destinations abroad. The story of their escape shows clearly just how difficult the apprehending of war criminals can be. As Steinacher shows, all the major countries in the post-war world had 'mixed motives' for their actions, ranging from the shortage of trained intelligence personnel in the immediate aftermath of the war to the emerging East-West confrontation after 1947, which led to many former Nazis being recruited as agents turned in the Cold War.
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History Fiction Or Science Chronology 2

Author : Anatoly T. Fomenko
ISBN : 9782913621060
Genre : History
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This is a seven volume treatise on historical dating and scientific arguments regarding the truth or falsehoods in currently accepted historical concepts. It claims the 16th century as the time during which history was created by medieval scribes and cemented by the power of the ecclesial authorities. It is theorized for example that Jesus was actually born in 1053 A.D. and crucified in 1086 A.D.; the Old Testament refers to medieval events and the Apocalyse was written after 1486 A.D.
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