2 edition of Beyond Populares and Optimates found in the catalog.
Beyond Populares and Optimates
M. A. Robb
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Series||Geschichte, Historia. Einzelschriften -- Heft 213, Geschichte (Franz Steiner Verlag), Historia (Wiesbaden, Germany) -- Heft 213.|
|LC Classifications||DG250.5 .R63 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||225 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||225|
|LC Control Number||2011380482|
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Beyond Populares and Optimates is a revision of the author’s King’s College London doctoral dissertation, in which Robb offers a more refined view of the language of Roman partisanship.
The bulk of the book is taken up with an extensive survey of the terms populares and optimates. Get this from a library. Beyond Populares and Optimates: political language in the late Republic. [M A Robb] -- "Modern interpretations of the late Roman Republic have been dominated by the twin concepts of 'populares' and 'optimates', commonly assumed to refer to two antithetical political categories.
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Introduction. Populares and optimates are two political denominations, especially used in ancient Roman politics during the 1st century BCE during the Late Roman Republic (although the sources apply them sometimes to the 2nd century BCE).The basis of such differentiation is Marcus Tullius Cicero (–43 BCE), Pro Ses which defined populares and optimates as two distinct political.
Robb, Beyond Populares and Optimates. Political Language in the Beyond Populares and Optimates book Republic, Stuttgart, Éditeur: Franz Steiner Verlag Collection: Historia – Einzelschriften Band pages ISBN: € 56, Discover Book Depository's huge selection of M a Robb books online.
Rome's first Civil Strife, Populares vs Optimates, BC. Rome expanded beyond borders of Italy, into Gaul, Spain and Greece, led by Gaius Marius. Great Civil War, Caesar and Populares defeat Pompey and Rome's Senate Optimates - followed by death of Pompey 48 BC, and death of Caesar 44 BC.
Chapter two argues that the deployment of the categories populares and optimates in the crucial passage of Pro Sestio is highly contingent, part of a strategy to alienate Cicero's great foe Publius Clodius by branding him a false demagogue, while suggesting that virtually everyone else in Rome is part of a redefined group of optimates, “all Author: Josiah Osgood.
The Roman Republic (Latin: Rēs pūblica Rōmāna, Classical Latin: [ˈreːs ˈpuːblɪka roːˈmaːna]) was the era of classical Roman civilization beginning with the overthrow of the Roman Kingdom, traditionally dated to BC, and ending in 27 BC with the establishment of the Roman was during this period that Rome's control expanded from the city's immediate surroundings to Capital: Rome.
associations (‘Populares’ RE suppl. Recent studies by Robb (Beyond Populares and Optimates. Political Language in the Late Republic, Stuttgart, ) and Russell (‘Speech, competition, and collaboration: tribunician politics and the development of popular ideology’ in Community and Communication.
Oratory and Politics in. 7 M. Robb, Beyond Populares and Optimates: Political Language in the Late Republic (Stuttgart, ), came out too late to be as useful to my study as it would otherwise have been. I am, however, indebted to this work for some useful data.
Beyond Populares and Optimates is a revision of the author's King's College London doctoral dissertation, in which Robb offers a more refined view of the language of Roman partisanship.
The bulk of the book is taken up with an extensive survey of the terms populares and optimates. Populares (Latin, from populus, “people”), an intellectual and political trend in the Roman Republic at the end of the second and beginning of the first century B.C.
It reflected the interests of the plebeians, in particular their rural contingent, and was opposed to the optimates.
With rare exceptions, the leaders of the populares belonged to the. Special Interests: Livy, Roman historical narratives (prose and poetry), Roman political culture under the Republic, literary and social theory (esp. social anthropology, New Historicism), classical reception.
My research focuses especially on the role of literature and literary devices in shaping political and historical thought, and more broadly lies at the intersection of literary criticism Occupation: Associate Professor. vs Optimates, BC. Rome expanded beyond borders of Italy, into Gaul, Spain and Greece, led by Gaius Marius.
Great Civil War, Caesar and Populares defeat Pompey and Rome's Senate Optimates - followed by death of Pompey 48 BC, and death of Caesar 44 BC.
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