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  1. Любимова О.В. Наследие популяров в политике Августа (по Res Gestae Divi Augusti)
  2. AUGUSTUS' RES GESTAE IN EPIGRAPHY, HISTORIOGRAPHY - PDF
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One must single out, on the other hand, two contemporary vogues which can only hinder us: the cancers of post-modernism' and political correctness', two knives which have gone far to castrate the profession of history. When history has nothing to say, what is the point of studying it? We cannot bemoan the dwindling numbers of our students and readers when we have committed suicide. Where there is no truth, but only a plethora of competing subjectivities, we are reduced to moral impotence, every court case ever conducted is based on false premises, and even every decision of our everyday lives becomes an impossibility; most fundamentally, however, the statement that all statements are subjective is self-contradictory.

As for political correctness' there is absolutely no way to attempt to tell the truth without offending someone. There will not be found in this present analysis any squeamishness about confronting issues or suggesting the verdict to which the evidence leads. The innovations of this study are various. The reliance on the historiography of the subject is first and foremost. The documentation. The most contentious chapter will be the seventh, but almost every example of mendacity has already been signalled.

Second, the history of the discovery and restoration of the Res Gestae has been described only fitfully; the present first chapter is the most complete known to the author.