Caligula's project to invade Britain (then accomplished by Claudius) was a conscious resumption of Caesar's heritage. The recollection of pearls on the Ocean's shore was aimed to persuade the Romans that the conquest was not only glorious, but also profitable

Zecchini, G., Caligola e la Britannia, in Motta Daniela, C. N. (ed.), Xenia. Studi in onore di Lia Marino, Salvatore Sciascia, Caltanissetta-Roma 2014: 193- 200 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/59814]

Caligola e la Britannia

Zecchini, Giuseppe
2014

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Caligula's project to invade Britain (then accomplished by Claudius) was a conscious resumption of Caesar's heritage. The recollection of pearls on the Ocean's shore was aimed to persuade the Romans that the conquest was not only glorious, but also profitable
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Xenia. Studi in onore di Lia Marino
978-88-8241-427-6
Zecchini, G., Caligola e la Britannia, in Motta Daniela, C. N. (ed.), Xenia. Studi in onore di Lia Marino, Salvatore Sciascia, Caltanissetta-Roma 2014: 193- 200 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/59814]
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