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JRA 7: 80–99. Griffin, M. T. 1997. ” JRS 87: 249–63. Hennig, D. 1975. L. Aelius Seianus. Untersuchungen zur Regierung des Tiberius. Vestigia 21. Munich. Hermann, P. 1960. ” MDAI (A) 75: 68–183. Hinard, F. 1985. Les Proscriptions de la Rome re´publicaine. Rome. -J. 1987. Die Entstehung der Nobilita¨t. Studien zur sozialen und politischen Geschichte der Ro¨mischen Republik im 4. Jhdt. v. Chr. Stuttgart. 184   Volume 17 / No. 2 / October 1998 Hofmann-Lo¨bl, I. 1996. Die Calpurnii.

131. Tac. Ann. 70 and 75ff. with Syme 1986: 373–74. 132. Ann. 1 with lines 56–61. 133. So Shotter 1974: 232; Syme 1986: 374; and SCPP 290. Koestermann 1958: 374 argues that Tiberius never recovered from sacrificing Piso to save himself. 134. For the families of conspirators against later Julio-Claudians, see Rogers 1979: 206–208. : Rethinking Damnatio Memoriae 177 IV. 135 That is why the mourning of women comes first and the apportioning of property, as if in intestacy, comes at the end.

See Hennig 1975: 36–40. 157. See Cantarella 1991: 129–35, 138–39, and 146. 6 and Val. Max. 7. 158. Tac. Ann. 2: at Romae principio anni, quasi recens cognitis Liviae flagitiis ac non pridem etiam punitis, atroces sententiae dicebantur, in effigies quoque ac memoriam eius, et bona Seiani ablata aerario ut in fiscum cogerentur, tamquam referret (“But in Rome at the beginning of the year harsh judgements were handed down even against the portraits and against the memory of Livia, as if her scandalous transgressions had recently been discovered and not already punished before, and the property of Sejanus confiscated for the public treasury was forced into the imperial exchequer, as if there were a difference”).

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