Table of contents for Politics and society in imperial Rome / Aloys A. Winterling.

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 Introduction: Towards a New Interpretation of Imperial Rome
 I. Paradoxical Structures
 ¿State¿, ¿Society¿, and Political Integration
 Friendship and Patron-Client Relations
 ¿Public¿ and ¿Private¿
 II. Two Cases in Point
 A Court without ¿State¿. The Aula Caesaris 
 Meaningful Madness. The emperor Caligula
 III. Academic Approaches
 Theodor Mommsen¿s Theory of ¿Dyarchia¿
 Christian Meier¿s ¿Crisis without Alternative¿ in Ancient Rome
 Editorial Note

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Rome -- Politics and government -- 30 B.C.-284 A.D.
Power (Social sciences) -- Rome.
Rome -- Politics and government -- 30 B.C.-284 A.D -- Historiography.
Rome -- History -- Caligula, 37-41.