This paper, starting from an obscure inscription currently preserved at the Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli, but originally found in Rome, examines Sejanus' relationship with the goddes Fortuna and the penultimate king of Rome Servius Tullius, within the frame of his political strategy, aiming to gain favour from the urban plebs, and reaching its peak on occasion of his election to the consulship of A.D. 31.

Seiano, Servio Tullio e la Fortuna. Note a CIL VI 10213

PISTELLATO, Antonio
2007

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This paper, starting from an obscure inscription currently preserved at the Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli, but originally found in Rome, examines Sejanus' relationship with the goddes Fortuna and the penultimate king of Rome Servius Tullius, within the frame of his political strategy, aiming to gain favour from the urban plebs, and reaching its peak on occasion of his election to the consulship of A.D. 31.
Studi in ricordo di Fulviomario Broilo
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