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Department
Classics
Course
CLA233H1
Professor
Erik Gunderson
Semester
Winter

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January 26 th The army & the late republic The beginning of the end: Marius - Marius eliminates the property requirement (107BC) o Poor volunteers do not at once become the norm o Troop shortages mean the levy of troops is still held - Political careers still tied to military service: one still has reasons to participate - Roman ideology still promotes the warrior citizen ideal The old Roman army - The original Roman army is drawn from “The Free Citizenry (of Rome)” - “Geometrical” contributions of service; and geometrical political rewards The new Roman army - Now the army are Roman Citizens rather than Romans in the geographical sense - “Rough countrymen” and strangers to Rome o
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