HIST 4004 Midterm Study Guide

HIST 4004 Midterm Study Guide - Important Dates 753 BCE...

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Important Dates 753 BCE (trad.): Founding of Rome 510 BCE: Founding of Republic (Tarquinius Superbus and Marcus Brutus) 367 BCE: Licinian-Sextan Law (beginning of end of "Struggle of Orders"; allowed one of two consuls to be plebeian) 284 BCE : Lex Hortensia (the real end of the "Struggle of the Orders"; gave legal standing to laws passed by plebeians-- plebiscitum) 264-241 BCE: First Punic War 218-201 BCE: Second Punic War (Scipio Africanus; Hannibal) 149-146 BCE: Third Punic War (Scip. Afr. the Younger) 146 BCE: Burn Carthage and Corinth 133 BCE : Bequest of Attalus and the Year of Tiberius Gracchus, Tribune of the Plebs (military success, external success, internal problems) 103 BCE: Lex Appuleia, used in maiestas of Principate 91-87 BCE: Social War and Rome's absoprtion of its Italian allies 88 BCE: War with Mithridates in East 88 BCE: Sulla march on Rome 63 BCE: Conspiracy of Catilina (Cicero) 60 BCE: First Triumvirate 59 BCE: Consulship of Caesar and Crassus
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This note was uploaded on 03/09/2009 for the course HIST 4004 taught by Professor Ross during the Spring '09 term at LSU.

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