THE PALACE REVOLUTION: THE ASSASSINATION OF DOMITIAN AND THE ACCESSION OF NERVA

@article{Collins2022THEPR,
  title={THE PALACE REVOLUTION: THE ASSASSINATION OF DOMITIAN AND THE ACCESSION OF NERVA},
  author={Andrew Collins},
  journal={Phoenix},
  year={2022},
  volume={63},
  pages={106 - 73}
}
Abstract:This study is an analysis of the plot against Domitian and the accession of Nerva. The conspiracy was a small palace plot best explained with reference to disaffection in the court. The praetorian guard had a major role in the accession of Nerva, and the conspirators tried to minimize any interference from the senate. Cette étude analyse le complot contre Domitien et l'accession de Nerva. La conspiration était un petit complot de palais qu'on peut expliquer par la désaffection de la… 

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