Spring 2010

History of Rome

Listed in: Classics, as CLAS-33

Faculty

Luca Grillo (Section 01)

Description

This course examines the political and social systems and struggles that marked Rome's growth from a small city-state to a world empire. Through various sources (Roman works in translation and material evidence) we will focus on the development of the republican form of government and its transformation into an empire. We will study also the daily life of the people and the impact of Christianity on the Roman Empire.

Spring semester.  Professor Grillo.

Keywords

Foreign culture taught in English

Offerings

2013-14: Not offered
Other years: Offered in Spring 2010, Spring 2012

outline.17.religion

Submitted by Luca Grillo on Tuesday, 4/6/2010, at 12:27 PM

outline.15.spectacle

Submitted by Luca Grillo on Thursday, 3/25/2010, at 2:25 PM

2nd paper

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outline.14.mob

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outline.13.amicitia

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outline.12.buyers

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outline.10.Costs

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outline.8.East

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outline.9.Effects

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outline.11.Consensus

Submitted by Luca Grillo on Tuesday, 3/2/2010, at 9:55 PM

Pages

 

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