The Roman Emperor Gaius ‘Caligula’ and his Hellenistic Aspirations
The Roman Emperor Gaius ‘Caligula’ and his Hellenistic Aspirations examines one of the most notorious of Roman Emperors in light of his rather unconventional upbringing in the Eastern Provinces of the Roman Empire. The study has sought to use the ancient evidence in order to reassess the context in which the young Gaius Caligula was raised particularly in relation to the influence of his father, Germanicus.
About the Author
Geoff W. Adams is currently an Assistant Lecturer in Archaeology and Ancient History at Monash University, Australia.