Also Seen: Juvenile Deliquency in the Ancient World

Robert Garland gathers some useful evidence:

n.b. this article is from 1991 and appeared before another book considered Roman Youth in rather more depth:
Restless Youth in Ancient Rome. London: Routledge, 1993. (reviewed by someone I know for BMCR, back when he was young and cynical)(now he’s old and cynical)

This Day in Ancient History: ante diem xvi kalendas apriles

Bust of Gaius Caligula, emperor 37-41 AD. The ...
Image via Wikipedia

ante diem xvi kalendas apriles

  • Festival of Mars continues (day 18)
  • 37 A.D. — The dead emperor Tiberius’ will is annulled and Gaius (Caligula) is given the title “Augustus” by the senate
  • 235 A.D. (?) — murder of Alexander Severus at Moguntiacum (Mainz)