Detailed study of this work and its role as propaganda for the reign of the Roman emperor. Discusses Augustus' use of propaganda in art and literature in general, and then focuses on how the statue shows Augustus to be both a great commander and divine leader. Also discusses how the statue reflects Augustus' genealogy and his pietas (heroic humility). 30 pages, 87 footnotes, 18 bibliographic sources.
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