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Roman rule and those who operated its levels of authority

Titus in the Temple

Rome is identified as Esau and Seir

Rome is identified as Esau and Seir

Roman authorities inquire about the content of the Torah

Sages’ journeys to Rome and Jerusalem

The arrogance of Rome
Converts and inheritance

The meaning of the priestly blessing for peace and the Pax Romana 

How great is peace

While Hannibal is about to conquer Italy, Jupiter comforts Venus by foretelling Rome’s future splendour under the Flavians.

Description of Domitian’s equestrian statue newly erected on the Roman Forum
Description of Domitian’s equestrian statue newly erected on the Roman Forum
Poem describing the Saturnalia, probably in December 89 CE
Poem describing the Saturnalia, probably in December 89 CE
Excursus in a poem of consolation on the limits of every power due to the law of obedience

Janus’s speech during the opening ceremony of Domitian’s seventeenth consulship

Sibyl’s speech ending a poem commemorating the via Domitiana 

Domitian’s harsh policy towards the Jews
Famine as divine punishment following Gratian’s anti-pagan legislation

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