Mary Beard Michael Hewson Crawford
Rome in the Late Republic
May 01, 2020 Comments.. 309
Rome in the Late Republic Mary Beard Michael Hewson Crawford This textbook outlines the key features of the period of Rome in the late Republic, from the attitudes of the aristocracy and the role of state religion to the function of political institutions This second edition also contains a new introduction and an updated bibliography.. Rome in the Late Republic This textbook outlines the key features of the period of Rome in the late Republic from the attitudes of the aristocracy and the role of state religion to the function of political institutions This
  • Title: Rome in the Late Republic
  • Author: Mary Beard Michael Hewson Crawford
  • ISBN: 9780715629284
  • Page: 467
  • Format: Paperback
  • Rome in the Late Republic Mary Beard Michael Hewson Crawford

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    1. Nelson says:

      A classicist colleague tells me that Beard s volume co written with Michael Crawford as the present work is are orders of magnitude better than Beard s stand alone texts Am unable to judge whether or not this is true, but will vouch for the quality and concision of the writing in this book Beard and Crawford pose as their problem, why and when did the Roman republic devolve such that it was eventually replaced with single man imperium Much of the text is taken up with simply defining the differe [...]

    2. Brandon Current says:

      Read once and pass on keep if Roman history is your field The book is targeted at those with a working knowledge of Roman history, but is useful for those without It teaches how to think about history at the same time as it fills in some gaps in understanding of Rome I learned many things about the environment of the latter republic that helped to build a better picture of what life and politics were like in that era.

    3. Vicki Cline says:

      This is a very good overview of Rome in the first half of the first century BC, organized by topic religion, politics, etc rather than chronologically The footnotes are especially helpful, with pointers to books covering the topics this one only touches on.

    4. Kirsty Gray says:

      A surprisingly easy read for a text book Packs a lot into it s 116 pages.

    5. Tim says:

      Good, solid, if a teeny bit dated intro.

    6. Al says:

      Required reading for anyone studying this period In addition the book demonstrates that the Judeo Christian model of religious belief and sentiment is not the only one.

    7. Glenda says:

      Love Mary Beard

    8. Saul Dunning says:

      A must read for anyone with an academic interest in this era

    9. Jonathan says:

      A brilliant little book.

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