Ch 5 outline (Western Civ. Hist. 100)

Ch 5 outline (Western Civ. Hist. 100) - constitutional...

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1 Chap. 5. Imperial Rome I. Comparison of Republic and Empire A. Politics B. Sources C. Chronology II. Effect of external empire on internal society in Italy (Hopkins chart) A. Growth of “latifundia B. Crisis over agrarian reform III. Events leading to breakdown of Republic A. C. Gracchus B. Marius C. Social War (91-88 B.C.) D. Sulla E. Pompey F. Caesar IV. Causes of Fall of Republic A. Moral decline B. Inability of city-state government to run Empire 1. Annual rotating office no longer works 2. Citizenship expanded V. Transition to Empire (internal,
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Unformatted text preview: constitutional sense) A. Civil War 1. Caesar seizes power 2. Caesar a good ruler 3. Enemies assassinate in Senate on March 15, 44 B. Alliance and struggle between Mark Antony and Octavian VI. Augustan settlement A. Appeals 1. To military (28 legions x 6,000 + auxiliaries [same number as legionaries]) 2. To people 3. To senatorial aristocracy VII. Emperors up to 180 B.C. A. Julio-Claudian dynasty B. Flavians (69-96) C. Good Emperors (96-180)...
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