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CLASSICS 1M03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Lily Ross Taylor, University Of California, Suloise

Citations (for essay 2): Epstein, David. Caesars Personal Enemies on the Ides of March:. Latomus XLVI (1987), pp 566 - 570. Taylor, Lily Ross. Party Politics in the Age of Caesar. Berkeley: University California Press, 194...

Classics
CLASSICS 1M03
Johnathan Reeves
CLASSICS 1M03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Italians

- Tiberius and Gaius were brothers (Gaius was a decade younger than Tiberius) - Tiberius was trusted selfless, wanted to actually help other - Soft legislation (land can be bought for a decent price rather than just taking...

Classics
CLASSICS 1M03
Johnathan Reeves
CLASSICS 1M03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Praetor

- Polybius died - Work was lost - Thought that he was meant to teach - Trust worth Greek historian - Roman Republic was a mixed constitution (democracy, oligarchy, monarchy) = combination of all of them - Monarchy Consuls ...

Classics
CLASSICS 1M03
Johnathan Reeves
CLASSICS 1M03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Performance Poetry

W. Jan 24, 2018 5 passages from the readings First section - 650 -585 BC - Complex in society(and political institutions) - Those who are wealthy are the highest economic class - Rise of middle (middling) class (agricultur...

Classics
CLASSICS 1M03
Johnathan Reeves
CLASSICS 1M03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Injustice Society, Shame Society, Trojan War

W. Jan 17, 2018 - Poems are passed down from word of mouth - Homer is not a real and historical person - Adventures = war or getting home - 10 years to win the war (Trojan war 1250 BC (myth) ) and 10 years to return home -...

Classics
CLASSICS 1M03
Johnathan Reeves
CLASSICS 1M03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Aerarium, Quintus Sertorius, Augustus

The Augustan Reorganization Octavian C. Octavius (-44) ...

Classics
CLASSICS 1M03
Johnathan Reeves
CLASSICS 1M03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Magister Equitum, Saepta Julia, Imperium

Triumvirate and Octavian The Second Triumvirate Caesar's Dictatorship - Roman calendar reform - Settle veterans (overseas) - Publicanisystem - Commun...

Classics
CLASSICS 1M03
Johnathan Reeves
CLASSICS 1M03 Lecture 8: Week 8b_ The Late Republic

Trends From The Late Republic Pompey, Caesar & the Fall of the Republic Trends from the Late Republic 1.Increasingly weakened senate 2.Personal connection between commander and soldiers ...

Classics
CLASSICS 1M03
Johnathan Reeves
CLASSICS 1M03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Castra Praetoria, Agrippa Postumus, Bogeyman

The Julio-Claudians After Augustus - Dies in 14 AD - Deification in honour of stable, productive principate - 56 years of peace - Consolidation of frontier...

Classics
CLASSICS 1M03
Johnathan Reeves
CLASSICS 1M03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Gaius Gracchus, Scipio Aemilianus, Ager Publicus

Gracchi to Caesar Troubles in Spain - 148: too young P. Cornelius Scipio Aemilianus given command against precedent (tribune threatens veto); - Second consulship in 134 against Senates wish ...

Classics
CLASSICS 1M03
Johnathan Reeves
CLASSICS 1M03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Magister Militum, Praeses, Limitanei

Constantine, Unity and Division From Constantine to the Fall of Rome The Dominate - Emperor becomes remote character - No interaction with senate, people - Closed imperia...

Classics
CLASSICS 1M03
Johnathan Reeves
CLASSICS 1M03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Quid Pro Quo, Glossary Of Ancient Roman Religion, Fetial

Roman Religion Early Roman religion - Earliest Roman religion: - Pre-Greek influence - Animistic - Influence of Hellenism: - Anthropomorphism - Syncretism: ...

Classics
CLASSICS 1M03
Johnathan Reeves
CLASSICS 1M03 Lecture 10: 10b_ Pompeii

Pompeii Urbanization - 50-70 million pop. c. 70-138 BC - 20% of population in cities - Compare modern c. 50% - Other inhabitants rural/farmers - Mediterranean triad: - ...

Classics
CLASSICS 1M03
Johnathan Reeves
CLASSICS 1M03 Lecture 4: Week 4b_ The Pentakonaetia

The Pentekontaetia Plataea (479) - Spring of 479: Mardonius sacks Athens again - Greeks commanded by Pausanias regent for Leonidas son - 70 000 (c.40 000 hoplites) - Vs 100 000+ persians ...

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CLASSICS 1M03
Johnathan Reeves
CLASSICS 1M03 Lecture 7: 7b_ Midd. Repub. to Gracchi

Midd. Repub. to Gracchi Roman names GAIUS IULIUS CAESAR PRAENOMEN NOMEN COGNOMEN (FIRST NAME) (CLAN) (CLAN BRANCH) C. Julius Caesar ...

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CLASSICS 1M03
Johnathan Reeves

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