11150. Roman Art and Architecture as Political Propaganda in the Age of Caesar and Augustus.
The use of public monuments, private decorative arts, and sculpture to present Augustus' ideal of Rome as ruler of the worlds and himself as its leader- from the time of his wars with Marc Antony through the end of his reign. 7 pages, 18 footnotes, 4 bibliographic sources. + list of illustrations references.
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