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The Rise and Fall of the Roman Republic

HS2004

Value half unit

Tutor:

Dr David Gwynn

Teaching:

Taught through weekly lectures and weekly follow-up seminars

Assessment:

Best Essay of 2 (30%) and 2-hour Exam (70%) 

This course covers the history of the Roman Republic from the foundation of Rome to the murder of Julius Caesar in 44 BC. We will trace the rise of Rome from city-state to world power and examine the pressures that drove Rome to conquer her Mediterranean empire and the consequences of that expansion for the Romans and for the peoples they conquered. The major primary sources will be discussed in translation together with the evidence of archaeology and material culture. 

 

 

   
 
 
 

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