Professor Catharine Edwards explores the story of the remarkable Livia, wife of the emperor Augustus, mother of the emperor Tiberius and a woman whose influence was felt across the Roman Empire for over 60 years. But imperial women who lacked perfect political judgement would end up victims and not leaders. The history of ancient Rome contains stories of Empresses who would die miserably in exile.
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