Domination and Liberty in the Early Roman Empire


The conference explored issues of monarchical rule in ancient Rome through the writings of Seneca, Pliny the Younger, and Tacitus.


Conference Readings

Pliny. Letters, Volume II: Books 8-10. Panegyricus. Translated by Betty Radice. Harvard: Loeb Classical Library, 1969.

Seneca. Moral and Political Essays. Edited by J. F. Procopé. Translated by John M. Cooper. New York City: Cambridge University Press, 1995.

Tacitus. I: Agricola. Germania. Dialogus [Loeb Classical Library]. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1914.