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Department
History
Course
HISTORY 1M03
Professor
Sean Corner
Semester
Winter

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History 1M03 March 17 2014 Dr. Sean Corner Lecture ▯ C01 • Death of Marius [86] & Cinna [85] • 83­82: Sulla [& Pompey] vs. Gnaeus Papirius Carbo • 82­81: Sulla’s dictatorship: proscriptions; conservative constitutional reforms • Sulla & the contradictions of the Late Republic • 73­71: Revolt of Spartacus • 70: consulship of Pompey and Marcus Licinius Crassus • 67: Pompey’s command against the pirards • 66: Pompey takes over command in 3  Mithridatic War [73­63] • Pompey’s expansion of Roman Empire • Theatre of Pompey • Obstruction by Cato the Younger and optimates of ratification of Pompey’s  arrangements in the east and settlement of his veterans • 60: Gaius Julius Caesar seeking both triumph and to stand for consulship • Cato & optimates blocking Pompey and Caesar • ‘First Triumvirate’ of Pompey, Caesar and Crassus • 59: Caesar’s consulship▯struggle with senate • Caesands 5yr command in Gaul • 55: 2  consulship of Pompey and Crassus ▯ 5yr command in Spain [Pompey],  Syria [Crassus] & Gaul [Caesar] • Rise of the Parthian Empire • End of Seleucid monarchy in 63 • 53: Defeat of Crassus at Carrhae • 58­51: Caesar’s conquest of Gaul • 52: Vercingetorix and the siege of Alesia • Caesars demand to go straight from governorship to consul • 50: Pompey and the senate against Caesar • 49: Caesar crosses ‘Rubicon’ [pass the point of no r
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