Crimes of Elagabalus - Hardcover
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|About the Author||Martijn Icks is a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Dusseldorf, Germany. He obtained his PhD cum laude at the University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands in 2008.|
|Author 1||Martijn Icks|
|Book Description||This book examines the life of one of the Roman Empire's most colourful figures, Elagabalus, and charts the many guises of his legacy: from evil tyrant to firebrand rebel, from mystical androgyne to modern gay teenager, from decadent sensualist to ancient pop star.|
|Editorial Review||This is a clear and well-organized account written in a lively and approachable way. It is not a routine imperial biography, but a much wider study encompassing the nature of religious belief, culture and ethnicity, the presentation of the imperial image and the response to this in Rome and the provinces. An important and original aspect is the description of the dissemination of classical culture and the reception of Rome in later periods, and in particular the changing image of Elagabalus in opera, drama and fiction.' - Brian Campbell, Professor of Roman History, Queen's University Belfast|
|Number of Pages||276|