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Isaac’s blessing of Esau as an explanation for Roman power
The boar and the pig as symbols of Rome
The pig as a symbol of Rome

The pig as a symbol of Rome

Titus in the Temple

Titus in the Temple, in the sea and in Rome

Israel will thrive only after Esau’s shadow is removed

When in Egypt, the Israelites did not change their names or their language, did not slander, or have prohibited sexual relations – the significance of these practice for Jewish life under Roman rule

Great is peace
Mars, the father of the Roman people.
The city of Alabanda builds a temple to the goddess Roma
First mention of the Genius of the Roman people.
A Macedonian anti-Roman speech assimilating the Romans to barbarians.
In 196 BCE, Titus Quinctius Flamininus proclaims “the Freedom” of the cities in Greece and in Asia Minor.
Lucan’s apostrophe to Roman citizens for having allowed the civil war between Caesar and Pompey to happen.
Before the crossing of the Rubicon, Caesar met with an image of patria.
Lucan’s invocation to Nero

After Caesar’s progression in Italy and Pompey’s retreat to Capua, Lucan imagines the speech that Pompey would have addressed to his soldiers before his departure for Brundisium.

Lucan’s lamentations about the negative outcome of the battle of Pharsalus.
After having described how Caesar’s army inflicted severe damage upon Pompey’s, Lucan expresses his wishes about Rome’s future depending on the outcome of Pharsalus’s battle.


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