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10. Caracalla (WHAT PAGE IS THIS ON? I can’t seem to find it anywhere) pg114 11. Catullus (pg 140) -TA: a Latin poet of the Republican period. -The finest lyric poet Rome produced and one of the greatest in world literature: master of adapting and refining Greek forms of poetry to express his emotions. - infatuated with Clodia (aka Lesbia) and addressed number of poems to her, with both love and hatred (due to her having multiple lovers) 12. Cicero -Roman philosopher, orator and statesmen. -TA: he was a star, he was the most popular philosopher ever, developed the languages in debate existed today. He opposes Caesar and Octavius and wanted " the republic" - Oratory was brought to perfection in as literary fashion by him - Greatest prose writer of his period - Orator was a statesman, a man who achieved his highest goal by pursuing an active life in public affairs - Transmitted classical intellectual heritage to the western world
o Best exemplar of the literary and intellectual interests of the senatorial elite of the late republic - Wrote books ( On the Laws and On the Republic) o Provided insight to political thought and including the need for a mixed constitution A moderated and well balanced form of government is a combo of three simple good forms (monarchy aristocracy and democracy )is preferable to even monarchy 13. Virgil - the most distinguished poet of the Augustan Age. - he had his masterpiece called Aenied , an epic poem that was intended to rival Homer’s works. -> conveying the message that Aeneas’s mission to establish Rome in Italy was successful with its divine mission to rule the world. - also portrayed Rome as a civilization just as old and noble as Greece 14. Ovid -a Roman poet -wrote a lot of known Roman myth -he also tried to mythologize Caesar - Poet during reign of Augustus - Belonged to a privileged social group in Rome that liked to ridicule old Roman values - Best known as author of three major collections of poetry ( Heroides, Amores and Ars Amatoria, and the Metamorphoses ) 15. Livy - wrote History of Rome ( Ab Urbe Condita Libri , literally “books since the city’s founding”) - He perceived history in terms of moral lessons( Human character determining factors in history): roman mythology d -Livy provided a detailed narrative of Roman efforts. Many of his stories were legendary in character; writing in the first century B.C.E., he used his stories to teach Romans the moral values and virtues that had made Rome great. These included tenacity, duty, courage, and especially discipline 16. Septimius Severus
-TA: Roman emperor. He is a military first leader, "all about the army", but he uses a lot of money that roman did not have for war. He founded Rome's last dynasty, the Severan Dynasty.

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