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The Cambridge Companion to the Roman Republic
The Cambridge Companion to the Roman Republic
Publisher : Cambridge Univ Pr
Published Date : 2004/02
Binding : Paperback
ISBN : 9780521003902

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Book Description
Source: ENG
Place of Publication: United States
Subject Development: History
Textual Format: Readings/Anthologies
Academic Level: Undergraduate
Geographic Designator: Western Europe
Table of Contents
Part I. Political and Military History: 1. The
early Republic Stephen Oakley
2. Power and process under the republican
'constitution' T. Corey Brennan
3. The Roman army and navy David Potter
4. The crisis of the Republic Jü
rgen von Ungern-Sternberg
Part II. Roman Society: 5. Under Roman roofs:
family, house, and household Karl-Joachim Hö
6. Women in the Roman Republic Phyllis Culham
7. The Republican economy and Roman law:
regulation, promotion, or reflection?
Jean-Jacques Aubert
8. Roman religion Jö
rg Rü
Part III. Rome's Empire: 9. Italy and the Roman
Republic 338-31 BC Kathryn Lomas
10. Rome and Carthage John F. Lazenby
11. Rome and the Greek world Erich S. Gruen
Part IV. Roman Culture: 12. Literature in the
Roman Republic Elaine Fantham
13. Roman republican art in context Ann L.
14. Spectacle and political culture in the
Roman Republic Harriet I. Flower
Part V. Epilogue: The Influence of the Roman
Republic: 15. The Roman Republic and the French
and American Revolution Mortimer N. S. Sellers.