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Its appearance was conveniently interpretedas being the soul of Caesar ascending heaven. All of the coins containing star or comet images are chargedwith symbolism-the kind of symbolism that can be used to great political advantage. ,when the Roman Senate grantedOctavian the title of Augustus, the Roman Empire,properly speaking, began. It was at this time, within the Easternprovinces of the Empire,that the first logical Octavian was quick to capitalize on his step towardthe practice of worshipadoptive status and issued a series of coins the son of a god as a god was ping proclaiming his position as son of the Divine taken.

This holies cult of the Divine Augustus. He also is but one accordedquasi-divine status to his example of how Caligula's worked in trying to mind twisted three sisters, Agrippina,Drusilla and his own divinity during his Julia (with whom he had incestuous promote reign. ) honored his mother a head, and the Roman Senate repuAntonia by minting coins such as this one, diated his reign by refusing his which shows her portraiton the obverse apotheosis. ). By a strange Caligula, which bestowed such quasi-divine in coincidence Claudius was born honors on his sisters.

Debir is identified with Tell Rabud(page219) and Ziklag with Tell esh-Shariabut both have question marks to indicate uncertainty (page241). There is a very generalbibliography(non-annotated)crowdedbetween the biblical citation index and the credits section. There is also a comparative time chart in each biblical region and a subject index included in this final section. This gives us the best clue as to what this atlas will be like. On page xvi in his Preface,Beitzel asks why there is a need for another atlas.

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