Can the succession of victims be a critique against Augustus’ politics?

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Other interpretations suggest that this succession of victims can be a critique against Augustus’ politics -something that Ovid also did in Ars Amatoria-. Augustus, in the Julian law on the repression of adulteries, made illicit sexual intercourse -extramarital intercourse by and with a respectable free woman- a crime, to be tried by a special court. The penalty for adulterers can be delegated  (banishment) and partial confiscation of property and dowry, but this law also justifies...
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