They discuss elite movement, namely the escorted movements of Roman aristocrats, the physical appearance of foreign embassies, the movements of the empress Livia Drusilla
, the Republican public movement of the elite and descriptions by imperial authors like Dio Cassius and Herodian, and the immobility and potential movements of aristocratic, Christian virgins, then movement in ancient literature, including the use of movement by Roman and Greek historians to explain and construct moral lessons from violent events, Horace's Satirae 1.0, Varro's etymological typography in De lingua latina, and Augustan literary tours.
Trenton, NJ, November 21, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Author Mary Mudd says, "Livia Drusilla
, the third and much beloved wife of Caesar Augustus, is historically depicted as a conniving, Borgia-like criminal.
(39.) See, e.g., the inscription on a statue base found at Thasos (IGRR 1.835b): [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (The people have dedicated a statue of Livia Drusilla
, wife of Caesar Augustus, a goddess and a benefactress).