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The Crowd in Rome in the Late Republic (Thomas Spencer Jerome Lectures)

by Fergus Millar

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  • 17 Currently reading

Published by University of Michigan Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • POLITICS & GOVERNMENT,
  • BCE to c 500 CE,
  • Ancient Rome - History,
  • History,
  • History - General History,
  • History: American,
  • Ancient Rome,
  • Ancient - Rome,
  • History / Ancient / Rome

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages256
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7633274M
    ISBN 100472088785
    ISBN 109780472088782

    "Popular Politics at Rome in the Late Republic" (). Leaders and Masses in the Roman World: Studies in Honor of Zvi Yavetz. Edited by I. Malkin and Z. W. Rubinsohn. Leiden. E.J. Brill. Millar, Fergus. The Crowd in Rome in the Late Republic (). Ideology: Populism, Plebeians' interests, Debt relief, . F. Millar, The Crowd in Rome in the Late Republic () C. Nicolet, The World of the Citizen in Republican Rome () A. Lintott, Violence in Republican Rome () E. J. Kenney and W. V. Clausen (eds.), The Cambridge History of Classical Literature II: Latin Literature (), ch. E. Rawson, Intellectual Life in the Late Roman Republic.

    Marcus Caelius Rufus (28 May 82 BC – after 48 BC) was an orator and politician in the late Roman was born into a wealthy equestrian family from Interamnia Praetuttiorum (), on the central east coast of is best known for his trial for public violence (de vi publica) in March 56 BC, when Cicero defended him in the extant speech Pro Caelio, and as both . The Crowd in Rome in the Late Republic (Volume 22) (Thomas Spencer Jerome Lectures): ISBN () Softcover, University of Michigan Press, The Emperor in the Roman World (31 Bc - Ad ).

    Organized Gang Warfare in the Late Republic December 9, His exploits caused the forum to be soaked with blood, and led to armed conflict in the .   The Crowd in Rome in the Late Republic () argued that the democratic and particularly the electoral processes of the second and first centuries BC were much more critical and effective than Author: Alan Bowman.


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The Crowd in Rome in the Late Republic (Thomas Spencer Jerome Lectures) by Fergus Millar Download PDF EPUB FB2

"The crowd in Rome in the Late Republic" is often thought provoking and will certainly challenge your perspective on well known events from the last generation of the Republic, but only if you have a rather sophisticated understanding of the conventional arguments.

No "new reader" to the topic should pick up this book/5(8). The Crowd in Rome in the Late Republic takes a dramatically new tack, and explores the consequences of a democracy in which public office could be gained only by direct election by the people.

And It has often been thought that Roman politics was dominated by a governing class, or even aristocracy, and it has sometimes been presumed that the /5.

The Crowd in Rome in the Late Republic takes a dramatically new tack, and explores the consequences of a democracy in which public office could be gained only by direct election by the people. And while the Senate could indeed debate public matters, advise other office-holders, and make some administrative decisions, it could not legislate.

The Crowd in Rome in the Late Republic by Fergus Millar,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(23). The Crowd in Rome in the Late Republic takes a dramatically new tack, and explores the consequences of a democracy in which public office could be gained only by direct election by the people.

And while the Senate could indeed debate public matters, advise other office-holders, and make some administrative decisions, it could not : Fergus Millar.

"The crowd in Rome in the Late Republic" is often thought provoking and will certainly challenge your perspective on well known events from the last generation of the Republic, but only if you have a rather sophisticated understanding of the conventional arguments.

No "new reader" to the topic should pick up this book/5. Book Review: Fergus Millar. The Crowd in Rome in the Late Republic. Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press. Plebs and Politics in the Late Roman Republic analyses the political role of the masses in a profoundly aristocratic society.

Constitutionally the populus Romanus wielded almost unlimited powers, controlling legislation and the election of officials, a fact which has inspired 'democratic' readings of the Roman by: Through a series of articles culminating in the monograph The Crowd in Rome in the Late Republic Millar sparked a lively debate on the extent of popular influence on Roman politics.

Critical responses include Jehne ed. c and Hölkeskamp ().Cited by: 2. "This book is a polite challenge to a view of Roman Republican politics which prevailed in the late twentieth century Instead, he argues, Republican Rome was 'a variety of democracy/' His case is memorably presented and will have a lasting influence on debate [sic].".

The Late Roman Republic Victory over Carthage and conquests in the east transformed Rome into an Empire. By the latter part of the 2nd Century BC, the rapid expansion, massive influx of slave labor, opportunity for corruption in new provinces and the continuing development of social class disorder also brought about a distinct new era in Roman.

The Crowd in Rome in the Late Republic 作者: Millar, Fergus 出版社: Univ of Michigan Pr 出版年: 页数: 定价: $ 装帧: HRD ISBN: 豆瓣评分. BOOK REVIEWS/COMPTES RENDUS THE CROWD IN ROME IN THE LATE REPUBLIC. By FERGUS MILLAR.

Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press (Jerome Lectures 22). xvi, VERY LITTLE IS KNOWN ABOUT THE URBAN POPULATION OF ROME in the late Republic. Its size, rapidly expanding, is conventionally estimated as upwards of three quarters. Ancient Rome - Ancient Rome - The Late Republic (–31 bc): The fall of Carthage and Corinth did not even mark a temporary end to warfare.

War and military glory were an essential part of the Roman aristocratic ethos and, hence, of Roman political life. Apart from major wars still to come, small wars on the frontiers of Roman power—never precisely fixed—continued to provide an.

Buy Rome in the Late Republic New edition by Mary Beard, Michael Crawford (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low /5(23). ''My book is a deliberate, one-sided attempt to shake up the conventional view of the republic.'' Republican Rome's democratic credentials weren't always in doubt.

- The Third Samnite War. - Sentinum. - Lake Vadimonis. - Pyrrhus. - Battle of Heraclea led by King Pyrrhus of Epirus - Battle of Asculum (Pyrrhic Victory). - Battle of Beneventum. - Rome mistress of Italy; morality at its height. - Period of foreign conquest begins. - First Punic War.

- Hiero of Syracuse makes. The Crowd in Rome in the Late Republic avg rating — 23 ratings — published — 2 editions Want to Read saving /5. The early historical record. The early Roman Republic (– bce) and the preceding regal period (– bce) are the most poorly documented periods of Roman ical writing in Rome did not begin until the late 3rd century bce, when Rome had already completed its conquest of Italy, established itself as a major power of the ancient world, and become.

North Charles Street Baltimore, Maryland, USA +1 () [email protected] © Project MUSE. Produced by Johns Hopkins University Press in collaboration with The Sheridan Libraries. The University of Chicago Press. Books Division. Chicago Distribution Center.The Late Republic, circa BC BC, was the turning point in Rome's evolution from republic to empire.

In this volatile century, the Roman world expanded dramatically across the Mediterranean. I haven't listened through Mike Duncan's History of Rome series in a long time and wanted to go through it again. I was never quite satisfied with lower audio quality of my original uploads or the.