The Crimen Maiestatis under Caligula: the evidence of Dio Cassius

@article{Keaveney1998TheCM,
  title={The Crimen Maiestatis under Caligula: the evidence of Dio Cassius},
  author={A. Keaveney and John A. Madden},
  journal={Classical Quarterly},
  year={1998},
  volume={48},
  pages={316-320}
}
In Dio we first encounter Caligula in connection with the crimen maiestatis in the course of 59.1–5. This forms an introduction to Caligula and, at the same time, looks forward to some of the changes which occurred in his character and behaviour as the reign progressed. 
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