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Fri Mar 21 17:15:39 2014 UTClccn-n500411570.00La Table claudienne de Lyon : notice, texte et traduction avec un fac simile phototypique /0.321.00Cornelius Tacitus /87172361Claudiusn 5004115776345Claude 1 empereur romain 0010 av. J.-C.-0054Claude Empereur v10-54Claude, Emperor of Rome, 10 B.C.-54 A.D.Claude, I, emperador de Roma, 10 aC-54 dCClaudio, Emperor of Rome, 10 B.C.-54 A.D.Claudio, I, emperador de Roma, 10 aC-54 dCClaudiusClaudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus, Tiberius, imperatore romano, 10 a.C.-54 d.C.Claudius Caesar, Tiberius v10-54Claudius Drusus, Tiberius, imperatore romano, 10 a.C.-54 d.C.Claudius, I, emperador de Roma, 10 aC-54 dCClaudius I. Imperium Romanum, Imperator v10-54Claudius I, Romeins keizer, 10 v.Chr.-54 n.Chr.Claudius Imperator v10-54Claudius Kaiser v10-54Claudius Nero Germanicus, Tiberius, imperatore romano, 10 a.C.-54 d.C.Claudius Nero Germanicus, Tiberius v10-54Claudius, Tiberius C. v10-54Klaudius, Civilis, 10 v.Chr.-54 n.Chr.Ḳlaʼudyus, Emperor of Rome, 10 B.C.-54 A.D.Tiberi Claudi, emperador de Roma, 10 aC-54 dCTiberius Claudius Caesar Augustus GermanicusTiberius Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus empereur romain 0010 av. J.-C.-0054Tiberius Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus, Emperor of Rome, 10 B.C.-54 A.D.Tiberius Claudius Caesar, Augustus Germanicus v10-54Tiberius Claudius Drusus Nero GermanicusTiberius Claudius Imperator v10-54Tiberius Claudius Nero DrususTiberius Claudius Nero Drusus empereur romain 0010 av. J.-C.-0054Tiberius Claudius Nero Germanicus, emperador de Roma, 10 aC-54 dCTiberius Claudius Nero Germanicus v10-54Titus Claudius Nero Drusus Germanicusטיבריוס קלאודיוס קיסר אוגוסטוס גרמניקוס, 10 לפנה"ס-54 לספה"נlccn-n79018421Graves, Robert1895-1985lccn-n82092097Messalina, Valeria-48lccn-no89015792Jacobi, Dereknrtprfactlccn-n50049886British Broadcasting CorporationTelevision Servicelccn-n79004229Seneca, Lucius Annaeusapproximately 4 B.C.-65 A.D.lccn-no95037104Wise, Herbertdrtlccn-no96052797London Film Productionslccn-n86138331Hurt, John1940-actlccn-n83187908Blessed, Brianactlccn-n87102081Pulman, JackausClaudiusEmperor of Rome10 B.C.-54 A.D.FictionHistoryBiographical fictionHumorClaudius,--Emperor of Rome,Rome (Empire)EmperorsMessalina, Valeria,Satire, LatinEmpressesGreat BritainPetronius ArbiterIntrigueMurderMan-woman relationshipsMotion pictures--Production and directionGraves, Robert,RomansI, Claudius (Motion picture)Cato, Quintus Licinius (Fictitious character)Macro, Lucius Cornelius (Fictitious character)Attempted assassinationAgrippina,--Minor,DystoniaPolitical cultureCaligula,--Emperor of Rome,Tiberius,--Emperor of Rome,Augustus,--Emperor of Rome,Caractacus,Apocolocyntosis (Seneca, Lucius Annaeus)GaysGay menSatyricon (Petronius Arbiter)Annales (Tacitus, Cornelius)Armies--OfficersSeneca, Lucius Annaeus,Motion picturesBiographical fictionFrance--LyonFranceLatin literatureInscriptions, LatinResurrection of Jesus ChristHistory of contemporary eventsInscriptions, GreekBible.--New TestamentJesus ChristIsrael--NazarethArmed ForcesRoman historyCondensed booksChappell, Warren,Criticism and interpretationSoldiers541515151615171519152115221524153115321619165616571672168017271729177017821787182318331841184418511853185618581864186718751876187718791881188218841890189118921894189518961902190319041907190819111912191319141915191619231924192519261927192819291930193219331934193519361937193819391940194119421943194419461947194819491950195119521953195419551956195719581959196019611962196319641965196619671968196919701971197219731974197519761977197819791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013263395191258823.912PR6013.R358713ocn003105055book18840.86Tacitus, CorneliusP. Cornelii TacitusHistory415ocn007613770book0.86Tacitus, CorneliusCornelius TacitusHistory401ocn028726097book19400.24Graves, RobertClaudius the god and his wife MessalinaHistoryFictionBiographical fictionDepicts the turbulent life of a Roman emperor, reconstructing the decadence of the Roman world42ocn009560967book19290.86Fabia, PhilippeLa table claudienne de LyonHistory31ocn803320178book19860.47Graves, RobertJo, Claudi : de l'autobiografia de Tiberi Claudi21ocn561572103book19360.73Lösch, StephanDiatagma Kaisaros : die Inschrift von Nazareth und das Neue Testament : eine Untersuchung zur neutestamentlichen Zeitgeschichte21ocn427530574book15210.73Erasmus, DesideriusIoan. Frobenius lectori S.D. Habes iterum Moriae encomium : pro castigatissimo castigatius, unà cum Listrij commentarijs, & alijs complusculis libellis, non minus eruditis q[uam] festiuis, quoru[m] catalogum proxma mox indicabit pagella : bene ualeHumor21ocn080814101book18330.47ClaudiusOratio super civitate Gallis danda21ocn504616303book1930Fabia, PhilippeLa Table claudienne de Lyon : notice, texte et traduction avec un fac simile phototypique11ocn838830089com17700.47Francke, Ioannes ChristianusAd Ivrisprvdentiam Tiberii Clavdii Imperatoris Commentatio11ocn419230773book1978Lyon à livre ouvert : Quelques pages d'écrivains qui furent à Lyon11ocn637661962book19740.86Mehl, AndreasTacitus über Kaiser Claudius : die Ereignisse am Hof11ocn249327251book18641.00Tacitus, CorneliusCornelius Tacitus11ocn070984400book19670.47Encyclical "Veteris Romanae Catholicae Ecclesiae"11ocn034068370book0.66Tacitus, CorneliusCornelius Tacitus erklaert von Karl NipperdeyHistory11ocn249403516book1853Claudii Imperatoris oratio super civitate Gallis danda11ocn493872547book1936Graves, RobertJeg, Claudius11ocn048909362visu1.00[Roman Coin]11ocn806166444book18510.63Monfalcon, Jean BaptisteMonographie de la Table de Claude par ... accompagnée d'un fac simile de l'inscription gravée dans les dimensions exactes du bronze et publiéeHistory11ocn302202598book1.00[Apocryphal Gospels]A collection of apocryphal writings, including the Gospel of Nicodemus (including the Harrowing of Hell), an account of the life of the Virgin Mary, and Pilate's letter to Claudius225044ocn045317961visu19760.22Graves, RobertI, ClaudiusHistoryFictionDramaTelevision adaptationsFilm adaptationsTelevision programsA dramatization of Robert Graves' version of the times of the Roman Empire from Augustus to Claudius told through the dying Claudius as he sets down the history of his family+-+8716548425324223525ocn006722568book19340.28Graves, RobertI, Claudius; from the autobiography of Tiberius Claudius, born B.C. 10, murdered and deified A.D. 54HistoryFiction"The story of the Emperor Claudius, an historian, can finally be told when his famous lost autobiography is located." Also: "Claudius is lame and a stammerer who seems unlikely to carry on the family tradition of power in ancient Rome. Immersing himself in scholarly pursuits, Claudius observes and lives through the plots hatched by his grandmother, Livia, political conspiracies, murders, and corruption, and he survives a number of emperors. He becomes emperor at last and is a just and well-liked ruler, in contrast to those who preceded him."192175ocn019811467book19340.24Graves, RobertClaudius the god and his wife MessalinaHistoryFictionBiographical fictionDepicts the turbulent life of a Roman emperor, reconstructing the decadence of the Roman world+-+8820724215133913ocn019811474book19340.21Graves, RobertI, Claudius : from the autobiography of Tiberius Claudius, born 10 B.C., murdered and deified A.D. 54HistoryFictionThe emperor Claudius tells of his life during the reigns of Augustus, Tiberius, and Caligula and the events that led to his rise to power in a classic novel reconstructing ancient Rome+-+8229724215324106511ocn028775385book19610.23Graves, RobertI, Claudius : from the autobiography of Tiberius Claudius, born B.C. X, murdered and deified A.D. LIVHistoryFictionThe emperor Claudius tells of his life during the reigns of Augustus, Tiberius, and Caligula and the events that led to his rise to power in a classic novel reconstructing ancient Rome103912ocn000178197book19340.33Graves, RobertClaudius, the god and his wife Messalina : the troublesome reign of Tiberius Claudius Caesar, Emperor of the Romans (born B.C. 10, died A.D. 54), as described by himself : also his murder at the hands of the notorious Agrippina (mother of the Emperor Nero) and his subsequent deification, as described by othersHistoryFiction9818ocn021429373book19900.35Levick, BarbaraClaudiusHistoryBiographyOverview: In the first book on Claudius written in English in over fifty years, Barbara Levick provides a major reassessment of the man and his reign. Drawing on recent research, Levick offers a provocative reconsideration of Claudius's political objectives and activities within the constitutional, political, social, and economic development of Rome. A history of political and domestic intrigue as well as an investigation into the limits of a Roman emperor's power, her book will be essential reading for historians of the Roman Empire+-+968305558593924ocn709914628rcrd19800.15Graves, RobertI, ClaudiusHistoryFictionLame, stammering Claudius, once a major embarrassment to the Imperial family and now Emperor of Rome, writes an eyewitness account of the reign of the first four Caesars: the noble Augustus and his cunning wife Livia; the reptilian Tiberius; the monstrous Caligula; and finally old Claudius himself and his wife Messalina+-+363867889684621ocn001071863book19340.59Momigliano, ArnaldoClaudius, the emperor and his achievementHistoryBiography6702ocn538967828com20090.33Seneca, Lucius AnnaeusApocolocyntosis the pumpkinification of ClaudiusHumorAnnotation+-+89196902263246055ocn015134616book19770.50Petronius ArbiterThe SatyriconHistoryHumorFictionSatireThe Satyricon is the most celebrated work of fiction to have survived from the ancient world. It can be described as the first realistic novel, the father of the picaresque genre. It recounts the sleazy progress of a pair of literate scholars as they wander through the cites of the southern Mediterranean, encountering en route type-figures whom the author wishes to satirize - a teacher in higher education, a libidinous priest, a vulgar freedman turned millionaire, a manic poet, a superstitious sea-captain, a femme fatale. The novel has fascinated the literary world of Europe ever since, evoking praise for its elegant and hilarious description of the underside of Roman society, but also condemnation for some of its lubricous subjects; most recently it formed the subject of Fellini's controversial film+-+54399959656027ocn050064879book20010.12Scarrow, SimonThe eagle's conquestHistoryFictionCenturion Marco of the Roman army realizes that Emperor Claudius's invasion of Britain in 43 A.D. will be their toughest campaign yet, a conviction that is enforced by a sinister organization's efforts to assassinate legion men+-+388058768546930ocn076797412book19340.24Graves, RobertI, Claudius : from the autobiography of Tiberius ClaudiusHistoryFictionHistorical fictionBased on the life of Claudius, Emperor of Rome+-+036855596532445330ocn003482802book19340.32Graves, RobertI, Claudius : from the autobiography of Tiberius Claudius, Emperor of the Romans, born BC 10, murdered and deified AD 54HistoryFictionThe emperor Claudius tells of his life during the reigns of Augustus, Tiberius, and Caligula and the events that led to his rise to power in a classic novel reconstructing ancient Rome44514ocn002335697book19400.66Scramuzza, Vincent MThe Emperor Claudius4256ocn009761814book19840.70Seneca, Lucius AnnaeusApocolocyntosisSoftwareHumorComputer version of the Apocolocyntosis of L. Annaeus Seneca iunior+-+818337670541713ocn010447558book19340.23Graves, RobertClaudius the god and his wife Messalina : the troublesome reign of Tiberius Claudius Caesar, Emperor of the Romans (born 10 B.C., died A.D. 54), as described by himself, also his murder at the hands of the notorious Agrippina (mother of the Emperor Nero) and his subsequent deification, as described by othersHistoryFictionA continuation of Mr. Graves's I, Claudius, but a complete story in itself and a very curious and moving one. In A.D. 41, on the assassination of his mad nephew Caligula, the learned and retiring Claudius, whom most people regarded as an imbecile, was unexpectedly acclaimed as Emperor by the Imperial Guards. He was a confirmed Republican; his first passionate refusal to reign was not taken seriously, and he gave in, chiefly because he believed that only by his doing so could civil war be avoided. The Senate accepted him, too, when it saw that he had the support of the Army, and he settled down to work at once, doing his best to reconcile his republican convictions with practical patriotism. His methods of government were unconventional because he had almost no administrative experience behind him, and he earned a great deal of ridicule, but got things done somehow3913ocn644692651book20100.73Osgood, JosiahClaudius Caesar : image and power in the early Roman empireHistoryBiography"The story of Claudius has been often told before. Ancient writers saw the emperor as the dupe of his wives and palace insiders; Robert Graves tried to rehabilitate him as a far shrewder, if still frustrated, politician. Josiah Osgood shifts the focus off the personality of Claudius and on to what his tumultuous years in power reveal about the developing political culture of the early Roman Empire. What precedents set by Augustus were followed? What had to be abandoned? How could a new emperor win the support of key elements of Roman society? This richly illustrated discussion draws on a range of newly discovered documents, exploring events that move far beyond the city of Rome and Italy to Egypt and Judea, Morocco and Britain. Claudius Caesar opens up a new perspective not just on Claudius himself, but all Roman emperors, the Roman Empire, and the nature of empires more generally"--+-+20735267053808ocn000204628book19130.53Petronius ArbiterPetroniusHumorFictionThe Apocolocyntosis 'Pumpkinification' (instead of deification) is probably by SENECA the wealthy philosopher and courtier (c. 4 B.C.-A.D. 65). It is a medley of prose and verse and a political satire on the Emperor Claudius written soon after he died in A.D. 54 and was deified+-+61654492152759ocn319209695book20090.14Jackson, DouglasClaudiusHistoryFictionHistorical fictionThe year is 43AD ...In Southern England, Caratacus, war chief of the Britons, watches from a hilltop as the scarlet cloaks of the Roman legions spread across his lands like blood. In Rome, Emperor Claudius dreams of taking his place in history alongside his illustrious forebears Caesar and Augustus+-+4715158405324+-+8229724215324Fri Mar 21 15:31:58 EDT 2014batch45753