Julius Caesar and the End of the Republic

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Julius Caesar and the End of the Republic I. Caesar's foil: Pompey the Great (106-48 B.C.); the Alexander model a. Personality and early career; Sulla ; Spartacus (73-71 B.C.) b. consul in 70 B.C. with Crassus ; war against King Mithridates of Pontus ; c. mideastern settlement 62 B.C. II. Gaius Julius Caesar (100-44 B.C.) a. early career; Catiline and his conspiracy in 63 B.C.; b. pontifex maximus 62 B.C. (" Caesar's wife. . ." ); c. consul 59 B.C. with Bibulus III. The First Triumvirate (59 B.C.): Pompey, Caesar, Crassus; Julia IV. The road to Pharsalus proscriptions; Mark Antony; the Rubicon ( alea iacta est
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Unformatted text preview: ) V. Caesar in power (48-44 B.C.) a. his problems in general; his approach vs. Augustus' b. veni, vidi, vici ; Ptolemy Auletes and Cleopatra ; Thapsus (North Africa) 46 B.C. and Munda (Spain) 45 B.C. c. countdown to the Ides of March; Oppius and Balbus; dictator perpetuo VI. Caesar's reforms a. the proletariat: workfare b. the Julian calendar: pros take over c. Italy; lex Iulia municipalis d. provincial government; citizenship e. public works in Rome; Forum of Caesar; Basilica Julia VII. Suetonius ' (early 2nd cent. A.D.) Caesar- some pointers...
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This note was uploaded on 11/10/2011 for the course ENG ENG2101 taught by Professor Daveshaaw during the Fall '10 term at Broward College.

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