Results 1 – 27 of 27 Beloved and God: The Story of Hadrian and Antinous by Lambert, Royston and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles. This volume investigates the mysteries that surround how this obscure Greek boy came to dominate the powerful emperor Hadrian. The author re-creates the. Why did he become a God? in Beloved and God, Royston Lambert tackles all the mysteries the story presents. With many illustations of the people and places.

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These 2 locations in All: Associations, Funerals, Sociality, and Roman Law: None of your libraries hold this item. State Library of Queensland. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Set up My libraries How do I set up “My libraries”? Although welcomed with public praise and ceremony, some of Hadrian’s appointments and actions angered the city’s Hellenic social elite, who began to gossip about his sexual activities, including those with Antinous.


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Beloved and God: The Story of Hadrian and Antinous

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Most interesting, and very well done, was Lambert’s succinct treatment of pederasty in the classical world. None of your libraries hold this item. The author demonstrates that Hadrian’s Randomproxy rated it really liked it Jun 17, This volume investigates the mysteries that surround how this obscure Greek boy came to dominate the powerful emperor Hadrian.

Vout noted that Antinous came to be identified as “a gay icon”.

In late September or early OctoberHadrian and his entourage, among them Antinous, assembled at Heliopolis to set sail upstream as part of a flotilla along the River Nile. This book appears to cover everything there is to cover about the relationship of the Roman emperor Hadrian and his early-deceased, then immortalized, young male companion probably lover Antinous. Associating his cult with malevolent magic, they argued that Hadrian had imposed his worship through fear.

Skip to content Skip to search. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Physical Description xix, p. Hadrian, Emperor of Rome, — Friends and associates. Open to the public S The Antinous Braschi type Louvre. To ask other readers questions about Beloved and Godplease sign up. Many were designed to be used as medallions rather than currency, some of them deliberately made with a hole so that they could be hung from the neck and used as talismans.


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This single location in Victoria: Also of interest were the comparisons drawn between the figure of Antinous, who died in C. Thw rated it it was amazing Apr 07, University of Newcastle Library. From storh, they headed to Egypt. Hadrian, Emperor of Rome — Friends and associates. In order to set up a list of libraries that you have access to, you must first login or sign up. Tags What are tags?

The Story of Hadrian and Antinous. Want to Read saving…. Rome — History — Hadrian, From there, Hadrian became increasingly critical of Jewish culture, which he feared opposed Romanisation, and so introduced policies banning circumcision and building a Temple of Zeus-Jupiter on the former site of the Jewish Temple. Relief, as Sylvanus, National Museum of Rome.

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