From Library Journal
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Barrett's excellent life of Livia forms a worthy companion to his earlier biography, Agrippina. -- (Choice)
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If there is a message in Anthony Barrett’s scholarly and impeccably researched tome on Caesar Augustus’s wife, Livia, it may be that even the best of historical fiction literature... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Robin E. Levin
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