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The Origins of Roman Imperial Hunting Imagery: Domitian and the Redefinition of Virtus under the Principate*

  • Steven L. Tuck
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* This paper was first delivered at the 2001 Roman Imperial Ideology colloquium, Cumae. I would like to thank the colloquium organizer, J. Rufus Fears, and participants for insightful questions and comments. I am grateful to John Humphrey, Alexander Mckay, John Pollini, and the anonymous reader for specific suggestions all of which strengthened this article.

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Greece & Rome
  • ISSN: 0017-3835
  • EISSN: 1477-4550
  • URL: /core/journals/greece-and-rome
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