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Lecture 6

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Department
History
Course
HIST 3131
Professor
Ben Kelly
Semester
Fall

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Lecture 6 October-22-12 11:51 AM Key Themes: 1. The Aggression of the Romans a. Always the aggressor b. Always on foreign territory 2. Importance of foreign policy 3. Most decisions made by senate, sometimes by the people a. Political motivation  188 BCE, leader forced out of Asia Minor  133 BCE - King Adyless III bequeathed the city to Rome (Pergamum), Royal estates given to Roman people  Bethinya and Pontus were covered by Mithridatic wars  Persians destroyed after Alexander, left state independent  Kept the state independent by promoting docile Roman views  While Mithridates was building Pontaic Empire, Romans occupied by Gauls and other peoples  Arminian King invades Capedocia / B
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