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The Fall of the Roman Republic : Lancaster Pamphlets in Ancient History - David Shotter

The Fall of the Roman Republic

Lancaster Pamphlets in Ancient History

Paperback

Published: 17th August 2005
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Revised and updated to include the latest research in the field, this second edition of a popular history text examines how the Roman republic was destabilized by the unplanned growth of the Roman Empire.
Central discussion points include:


  • the government of the republic

  • how certain individuals took advantage of the expansion of the empire

  • Julius Caesar's accession to power

  • the rise of the Augustan principate following Julius Caesar's murder.

Drawing on a wealth of recent scholarship and including an expanded and updated guide to further reading, a chronology, and a guide to the provinces of the Roman Empire, students of history and classical studies will find this a helpful and accessible introduction to this complex period in history.

List of Figuresp. vi
Forwordp. vii
Acknowledgementp. viii
Introductionp. 1
The government of the republicp. 5
The growth of empirep. 19
The political temperature rises: the Gracchi, Marius and Sullap. 30
The rise and domination of Pompeyp. 46
The 'three-headed monster' and the slide to civil warp. 64
The dictatorship of Julius Caesarp. 79
The final act: Antonius, Octavian and Lepidusp. 90
Epiloguep. 98
Principal Datesp. 103
Magistracies of the Roman Republicp. 106
The Voting Assemblies of the Republicp. 110
The Provinces of the Roman Empirep. 112
Select Bibliographyp. 114
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ISBN: 9780415319409
ISBN-10: 0415319404
Series: Lancaster Pamphlets in Ancient History
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 136
Published: 17th August 2005
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 21.6 x 14.3  x 0.8
Weight (kg): 0.19
Edition Number: 2
Edition Type: New edition