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Classics
Course
CLA160H1
Professor
Jacqueline Brunning
Semester
Winter

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Feb. 26, 2013 (essay= #14) roman constitution: the way ancients were looking at it (monarchy, aristocracy, democracy…etc.) Rome was able to combine all the three (mixed constitution) = Polybius Topic: culture/education, luxury and religion** suspicious towards Greek culture.. his view. traiditonally, they had success (one can say) interesting illustrating this process, end result is clear and hellenistic cuture was fully adopted by Roman and it wasn’t a straightforward triumph. LR 185: Greek physicians …what can the problem be? pliny says earlier author… authority of the statement that the first physician was Agustus. 219 BC. ROmna citizenship granted and shop proided and remakrable hearler of wound… he was welcome. Doctors and Greek world? why come from the Greek world? what is interesting about the Greeks? they invented study of medicine. HIPPOCRATES, a famous Greek physician 5th C (400 BCE) Hippocratic oath. "DO NO HARM"*** anyone who wants access survived in Greek and translations, languages. What the greeks thought and its analytical and high class and in this case, do no harm: Greek doctor who came to Rome did promote himself. quote by Marcus C. still in LR 185 BC one example doctors, popular even by official public practice but at the same time there were opponents written by much later Septonius, life of emperor…. studying information abou rhetorics. - difficulties of censors and in fact doesat some point, access to archives and was keen on conducting schoalriship down on the archives and present these documents and special for that reason… time of Cato… speeches made about philosophers…. provide invest in the interest of the state… not allowed to live in Rome*** stern measures…. 7 years later, 92 BC… same class of men, reported that there are men introduced new kind of training. doctors, you can understand, its revolting to see human cut off…. for greater good. rhetoricians… whos going to be heard? it wasn’t tradition. Roman men… not talking about young men, not really…. young men training use of weapons (sports) and theres a difference where you are sitting down reading, speeches…. this isnt manly. seems harsh and not allowed to live in Rome and expelled…>.< other reasons include: idleness. what's the true roman identity? these were foriengers…being active in politics and state affairs… maynot even be roman citizens Nor in order.. simply just living becoming rhetorics and teaching to greek learning. we are in that environment (learning) we should be symphathetic and be inspried for young men who wanted to learn. but at this moment, this was awkward. they may not have been enetered into senate, participate and held office themselves. but in roman soceity, they could join or come to visit senator and listen in..as he walked around in city… dealt with clients, prepared for speech, meeting senates (hands on learning to how become yourself- fully fledged member of the elite) 150s BCE** middle republic… quiet different world, that these young men were introduced to. its right to ask… what speeches did the Roman give themselves? its funny…. has to do with Scipio Africanus (victor of hanibal) important figure in ROme conquered carthage in 201. not particularly old… but his presence in Roman state, prescents fought in the east… SCIPIO AFRICANUS for whatever reason (jaelously…? competition?) accused by political opponent… great hero who conquered spain for ROme, he edned up in 180 accused with his brother , mishandling thing in the east, he gave a speech. how was he going to defend himself? "i conquered hanibal.. lets go to temple… I have spoken' so…. how does he approach the issue, or the audience? used his own authority. that’s all. question of having a status…. compete with status and authroity. you don’t need to explain anything… so if thye had argument…. attack or not attack… if you don’t argument… there are no arugment but factual arguemnt?.... >. n the end, its an issue of who has better connection/ clinets/… thus issue of clients/connections/network/services/pressure. you have followers and how issues were decided. we have the asembly who votes… but this is an issue of 'you follow great man' this was the stiutation. that is something which might change if you have people who were trained by this, greek experts on rhetoric. teachers who can train especially young men to speak well… because you can think of an arugement which were against what scipio did… anyone think…. stop! issue wanst about zama (that’s 20 years ago) what about the milion? lets go to the temple jupiter maximus. if thre was someone who gave a formulated speech, argues to the point* this will cause problems for thes tanding order and its system that rome created for itself. there is an issue thrown out of ROme… its not just this… already create some animosity.. they might feel that things are now changing… argument…that im the general and be queit… im the general. not good at speaking at the end. they end up with debate… there are doers but no speakers. (damages?) different reasons for being suscpiious of greek learning, in this case rhetoric the way in which you can defend your cause and persuade your listeners. PERSUASION is very important in this case. issue of LATIN (which Cato was in favour of) but luxury… problems ROme had with luxury… illustrate essential aspect of Roman society. Romans got richer too.. concern with luxury… standing up for yourself for what? LR 170 VELLEIUS refers to the first scipio africanus conquered carthage and then 2 genderation after, also had name scipio africanus aemilianus. he was the one led to defeat last 3rd punic war 146BC Livy: beginning of luxury dated to earlier date 180s and heres other authors pliny and velleius fixed on 146 BC year in which conquered both south and carthage and east corinth** CORINTH conquered in that year. one of the issues those criticized luxury in ROme… why one might ask? what's the problem even if people with gold and silver at Rome…. huge banquet… why should they worry about it? Rome did worry about it. *what seems to be the problem, and generate legislation, long series of them..during 2nd Punic war…. restrictions of luxury… what is the problem then? political conlficts bribery, extoriton, expolitation, corrupting morality, class conflicts, look down upon, to sum it up: concern with luxury is NOT just or predominantly simple jealousy. its not just much of interests of private lives.. but the behaviour of elite= political issue precaution of roman soceity… drives different polices and attempt roman society which culminates series of loss… in the end, after 150 years… stop legislating but at that point of time, the attempts…. how can we see repurcussion? were they aware of it? its importantly the passage from Velilius LR roman soceity heading the way it was open for luxury… rome fear of carthage… class of vritue= corrupption. mentioned roman society setting at this timemodern schoalrs and students say, the late republic begins* which for us is introducted by the tribunt of tiberius gracchus***** it is also beginning of making sense historical spekaing just creating and set in motion of series of events which meant that rome enetere
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