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Fri Mar 21 17:12:49 2014 UTClccn-n500321690.00CHANSONS DE TOUJOURS0.310.93Caligula a tragedy, as it is acted at the Theatre Royal, by His Majesty's servants /59052351Caligulan 5003216967521Caesar Germanicus, Gaius Iulius Caligula 12-41Caius Julius Caesar Augustus Germanicus, empereur romainCaligola, Emperor of RomeCaligola, Emperor of Rome, 12-41Caligola, imperatore romano, 12-41CaligulaCaligula Imperium Romanum, Imperator 12-41Caligula Iulius Caesar Germanicus, Gaius 12-41Caligula Römischer Kaiser 12-41Gaius CaesarGaius Caesar GermanicusGaius Caesar Germanicus, 12-41Gaius Caesar Germanicus, Emperor of RomeGaius Caesar Germanicus, Emperor of Rome, 12-41Gaius, Emperor of RomeGaius, Emperor of Rome, 12-41Gaius Iulius Caesar Germanicus 12-41Gaius, Julius Caesar Germanicus, Emperor of RomeGaius, Julius Caesar Germanicus, Emperor of Rome, 12-41Gaj KaligulaGermanicus, Gaius Iulius Caligula Caesar 12-41KaligulaKaligula, Emperor of RomeKaligula, Emperor of Rome, 12-41Ḳaligulah, Emperor of RomeḲaligulah, Emperor of Rome, 12-41גאיוס יוליוס קיסר אוגוסטוס גרמניקוס, 12 לפנה"ס-41 לספה"נקאליגולא, 12־41קאליגולאה, הקיסרקאליגולהlccn-n79084784Jesus Christlccn-n50049381TiberiusEmperor of Rome42 B.C.-37 A.D.lccn-n79061368Camus, Albert1913-1960lccn-n85335454Douglas, Lloyd C.(Lloyd Cassel)1877-1951lccn-n80141698Barrett, Anthony1941-lccn-n87909081Winterling, Aloyslccn-n2009054023Rouben Mamoulian Collection (Library of Congress)lccn-nr98008432Thompson, Kate1956-lccn-nb2008024595Duddle, Jonnyilllccn-n78093126Ferrill, ArtherCaligulaEmperor of Rome12-41HistoryBiographyDramaRap (Music)Caligula,--Emperor of Rome,Rome (Empire)EmperorsJesus ChristTiberius,--Emperor of Rome,Holy CoatClaudius,--Emperor of Rome,Camus, Albert,MurderIntrigueMan-woman relationshipsMotion pictures--Production and directionGraves, Robert,Armies--OfficersBakeriesHorsesBakersFamiliesI, Claudius (Motion picture)LiteratureCaligula (Camus, Albert)SoldiersDouglas, Lloyd C.--(Lloyd Cassel),Great BritainGladiatorsElephant trainersEgypt--AlexandriaJewsAugustus,--Emperor of Rome,Middle East--PalestineCrucifixion of Jesus ChristRelicsClothing and dress--Religious aspects--ChristianityNightmaresEmployeesAedilesDictatorsFrench dramaMotion picturesMessalina, Valeria,Roman role in the Passion of Jesus ChristMiraclesAgrippina,--Minor,Christian convertsConsanguinityParaphiliasMalentendu (Camus, Albert)DramaMothers and daughtersPsychology124116521668167016721674169817001702173317691811182718321836183818391842185718601867187018731874187918861893189418971898190019031906190819091914191519171920192419261928193019311932193319341935193719381941194219431944194519461947194819491950195119521953195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201325224347821937.07092DG283ocn813666227Emperors101ocn064608140book19490.33Maurer, Joseph AA commentary on C. Suetonii Tranquilli "Vita C. Caligulae Caesaris", chapters I-XXIHistory31ocn016637193book16980.93CrownCaligula a tragedy, as it is acted at the Theatre Royal, by His Majesty's servantsDrama33ocn255887790book16700.47Dieterich, Johannes CunradusHistoria Caii Caligulae22ocn761583800rcrdCHANSONS DE TOUJOURS21ocn813666227book20110.28Winterling, AloysCaligula a biographyHistoryBiographyThe infamous emperor Caligula ruled Rome from A.D. 37 to 41 as a tyrant who ultimately became a monster. An exceptionally smart and cruelly witty man, Caligula made his contemporaries worship him as a god. He drank pearls dissolved in vinegar and ate food covered in gold leaf. He forced men and women of high rank to have sex with him, turned part of his palace into a brothel, and committed incest with his sisters. He wanted to make his horse a consul. Torture and executions were the order of the day. Both modern and ancient interpretations have concluded from this alleged evidence that Caligula was insane. But was he? --+-+804397570522ocn761762733rcrd1961ENVOI DE FLEURS - MICHEL DENS22ocn761807682rcrd19530.47Goublier, GustaveLa voix des chenes Le credo du paysan22ocn658406840rcrd1961REFRAINS CELEBRES D'HIER ET DE TOUJOURS : ANDRE DASSARY11ocn656509048rcrd2010CaligulaDivine madnessRap (Music)11ocn844251031score1894Gangloff, LéopoldLe Chant de la charrue ! Chant..., paroles de Caligula et Grimaldi, musique de Léopold Gangloff11ocn469670684book1978Franck, PaulEffigies Romaines11ocn842287301score1898Perducet, GastonConte d'autrefois ! Paroles de Caligula et Paul Ledère, musique de Gaston Perducet11ocn493855064book17020.47Cellarius, ChristophChristophorii Cellarii Diatriben historiam, C. Julii Caesaris ad versus Ariovistum regem aliosque Germanos bella explicantem11ocn844196443score1893Saint-Georges d'EstrezLa Marche des Forts !.... Paroles de Caligula, musique de S.t Georges d'Estrez11ocn762517780rcrd1958Gouin, FredLA CHANSON DES BLES D'OR11ocn761806045rcrd1951LES SEMAILLES01ocn257372207book1934Baldson, J. PThe Emporer Gaius <Caligula>485876ocn012971329book19420.20Douglas, Lloyd CThe robeHistoryFictionChristian fictionHistorical fictionPossession of Christ's robe has a strange influence on the pagan Roman soldier, Marcellus, who wins it in a dice game following the Crucifixion, when he embarks on a quest to uncover the truth about Jesus and his teachings+-+5442590485277918ocn021212541book19890.31Barrett, AnthonyCaligula : the corruption of powerHistoryBiographyWas the Roman emperor Caligula really the depraved despot of popular legend? In this book - the first major reassessment of Caligula's life and career in over fifty years - Anthony A. Barrett draws on archaeological, numismatic, and literary evidence to evaluate this infamous figure in the context of the system that gave him absolute power+-+3479255585244225ocn000341814book19580.28Camus, AlbertCaligula & three other playsDramaContents.--Caligula.--The misunderstanding.--State of siege.--The just assassins+-+225752948514398ocn747413936file20110.28Winterling, AloysCaligula a biographyHistoryBiographyThe infamous emperor Caligula ruled Rome from A.D. 37 to 41 as a tyrant who ultimately became a monster. An exceptionally smart and cruelly witty man, Caligula made his contemporaries worship him as a god. He drank pearls dissolved in vinegar and ate food covered in gold leaf. He forced men and women of high rank to have sex with him, turned part of his palace into a brothel, and committed incest with his sisters. He wanted to make his horse a consul. Torture and executions were the order of the day. Both modern and ancient interpretations have concluded from this alleged evidence that Caligula was insane. But was he? --+-+80439757058242ocn445478460book20100.06Thompson, KateMost wantedHistoryJuvenile worksFictionIn first century Rome, in the turmoil after a rumor circulates that mad Emperor "Littleboots" is dead, young Marcus brings home a horse that the emperor had proclaimed a consul and his family decides they must treat it as an honored guest+-+32858261557922ocn026096441book19910.27Ferrill, ArtherCaligula : emperor of RomeHistoryBiographyOne of the most bizarre figures in all history, the Emperor Caligula has baffled modern scholars, who have consistently tried to rationalize his actions, dismissing as pure rumor the ancient accounts of torture and incest that fill the record of his short reign (AD 37-41)7713ocn070916469com20060.47Bastien, SophieCaligula et Camus interférences transhistoriquesBiography+-+831465795432474515ocn000403573book19340.56Balsdon, J. P. V. DThe Emperor Gaius (Caligula)HistoryBiography72410ocn057298122com20040.50Wilkinson, SamCaligulaHistoryBiography"Sam Wilkinson provides an accessible introduction to the reign of Caligula, one of the most controversial of all the Roman emperors. Caligula's policies have often been interpreted to be those of a depraved tyrant. This study provides a reassessment of this controversial reign by scrutinising the ancient literary sources that are so hostile to Caligula, and by examining the reasoning behind the policies he enforced." "With a guide to primary and secondary sources, a chronology and a detailed glossary, Caligula is an invaluable study of the reign of this Emperor."--BOOK JACKET+-+67285585753665ocn012537166book19610.79PhiloPhilonis Alexandrini Legatio ad Gaium3645ocn225431563book20080.14Jackson, DouglasCaligulaHistoryFictionHistorical fictionCan a slave decide the fate of an emperor? Gaius Julius Caesar Augustus Germanicus, third Roman Emperor, is better known by another name: Caligula. Rufus, a young slave, grows up far from the corruption of the imperial court. His master is a trainer of animals for the gladiatorial area, and Rufus discovers he has a natural talent for controlling and schooling the animals. He attracts the cruel gaze of the Emperor, who wants a keeper for the imperial elephant. He is bought and taken to the imperial palace, where he and his friend, the gladiator Cupido, find themselves unwittingly at the centre of a conspiracy to assassinate Caligula+-+051515840532436313ocn003188172book19580.37Camus, AlbertCaligula, suivi de Le malentendu : nouvelles versionsDrama+-+99151852573414ocn276878179visu19770.22Graves, RobertI, ClaudiusHistoryFictionDramaTelevision adaptationsFilm adaptationsTelevision programsTraces the lives of several early Roman emperors, showing ruthless ambition, shocking debauchery and murderous intrigue. Bearing witness to the saga is Claudius, whose stutter and limp have marked him a fool, yet whom prophecies have foretold will one day rule Rome3221ocn000739127book19640.53Camus, AlbertLa malentenduDrama32211ocn001497515book19470.66Camus, AlbertCaligula and Cross purpose (Le malentendu)Drama32011ocn002822450book19440.76Camus, AlbertLe malentendu : pièce en trois actes ; Caligula : piece en quatre actesDrama31010ocn086075801visu19530.19Koster, HenryThe robeHistoryFictionDramaFilm adaptationsBurton stars as Marcellus Gallio, the Roman centurion charged with overseeing the crucifixion. But when he wins Christ's robe in a gambling game at the foot of the cross, his life is changed forever3018ocn009809716book19570.56Camus, AlbertLe malentendu : suivi de CaligulaDramaAnalyse: Personnages pour "Le malentendu": 3 femmes, 2 hommes28420ocn179692324visu19790.27Brass, TintoCaligulaHistoryFictionDramaBiographical filmsHistorical filmsFrom the moment he ascends to the throne as Emperor, Caligula forces a reign like no other as power and corruption transform him into a deranged beast2756ocn052879007book20030.24Massie, AllanCaligulaHistoryFictionHistorical fictionHistorisk roman+-+7868735985324+-+8043975705+-+8043975705Fri Mar 21 16:05:58 EDT 2014batch34705