CLA 218 / HIS 218

The Roman Republic

Harriet Isabel Flower

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We will study the contexts, causes, and consequences of one small city-state’s rise to world empire, through analysis of primary sources in translation and discussion of recent archaeological findings. Emphasis is on the development of Roman society, the growth and transformation of republican government, and the Republic’s afterlives in modern politics and culture.

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