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; John 14:6, 131 Boccaccio, Giovanni, 11, 128, 141, 198; Decameron, 11, 128 Bologna, 35, 36, 83; University of, 9, 10 Borgia, Cesare, 35– 40, 50, 71, 75, 90, 140 Borgia, Rodrigo. See Alexander VI, pope Borgias, Th e (tele vi sion series), 1 Botticelli, Sandro, 17 Bracciolini, Poggio, 13, 69, 70, 137, 169; On Avarice, 70 Brunelleschi, Filippo, 16, 17 Bruni, Leonardo, 13, 169 Buonaccorsi, Biagio, 143, 144 Buonarotti, Michelangelo, 17, 82 Burckhardt, Jacob, 14 Byzantium. See Constantinople Caesar (Gaius Julius Caesar), 21, 76, 102 Camerino, 36 Capponi, Neri, 181

1 1 LUCIUS LICINIUS LUCULLUS AND THE LUCULLI In every land and under every clime nobles have shown the great- est pride in their ancestry. The Romans are no exception to this rule. The Julii Caesares, for instance, unblushingly declared that they were descended from the goddess Venus herself. The Luculli, with more modesty, but no more truth, spoke of a certain Lucullus who as a king of Illyria led his people into Italy in the distant past where they eventually became the nation of the Paeligni, inhabi- tants of the centre of that country. So far as we

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–70. 6 From another perspective the entrenched nature of the Roman oli- garchy has recently been emphasized by Burckhardt (1990) p. 87 and North (1990) pp. 16–17. 7 The two were, of course, virtually synonymous in the mind of the average Roman noble. LUCIUS LICINIUS LUCULLUS AND HIS AGE 227 govern. Some, as might be expected, thought as Sulla himself had done. Reverence for their late chief and, I would insist, some kind of recognition, however dim, of the consequences of repeal led them to oppose any alteration whatsoever in the constitution that had been

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lieben Nachkommen." Auffallend blieb im öffentlichen Leben, in Stil und Form wie in Fontanes Romanen die Führungsrolle des Adels in sozialer Geltung und gesellschaft- lichem Ton. Erst seit der Jahrhundertwende setzte sich mit Walter Rathenau und Max Liebermann ein Lebensstil durch, der nicht vom Hof Glanz und Segen erhielt, sondern ihm mit Ruhe, Gelassenheit und Selbstbewußtsein gegenübertrat. Das „Sedan-Lächeln" auf den Gesichtern, das der Schweizer Jacob Burckhardt 1871 an den Deutschen beobachtete, hat die sozialen Hierarchien eigentümlich konserviert. Das