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Department
History
Course
HISTORY 1M03
Professor
Sean Corner
Semester
Winter

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History 1M03 March 24 2014 Dr. Sean Corner Lecture▯1M03 • Claudius’ succession (41), despite the senate • The problem of succession in the principate • Three constituencies of power: senate, people, army • Able princeps but unpopular with senate • Conquest of Britain in 43 CE: son Britannicus • Household staff as state civil service: imperial freedmen • Imperial rule: response of the ruler to petition of the ruled • Secretaries:  o Narcissus (correspondence)  o Pallas (treasury)  o Callistus (legal petitions) o Polybius (miscellaneous) • 48: from Messalina to Agrippina • 53: Nero as heir • 54: death of Claudius • Tutelage of Seneca & Burrus • 59: death of Agrippina; 62: dismissal of Seneca; 63: dea
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