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Party politics in the age of Caesar

Lily Ross Taylor

Party politics in the age of Caesar

by Lily Ross Taylor

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Published by University of California Press in Berkeley .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Political parties -- Rome.,
  • Rome -- Politics and government -- 265-30 B.C.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementLily Ross Taylor.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 255 p. ;
    Number of Pages255
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18618564M
    ISBN 100520012577

    Party politics in the Age of Caesar [Texte imprimé] / Lily Ross Taylor Auteur principal: Taylor, Lily Ross, Auteur Langue: anglais. Pays: EtatsUnis. Mention d. L.R. Taylor, Party Politics in the Age of Caesar, ; CLCS WEBSITE, The Roman Constitution, The Roman Aristocratic Ethos; Polybius, Roman Constitution (Book 6), Roman Imperialism, Hellenistic World Lecture OPTIONAL Readings for purposes of review (ALL ON RESERVE): F.F. Abbott, Roman Political Institutions,

    The identity of the Caesar at "Aeneid", is a long-standing problem. The prevailing opinion since Heyne favors Augustus, but a few scholars agree with Servius that the Dictator is meant. In recent years the suggestion that Vergil was being deliberately ambiguous . "The Lex repetundarum and the Political Ideas of Gaius Gracchus" (). Journal of Roman Studies. Vol. pp. 18– Taylor, Lily Ross. Party Politics in the Age of Caesar (). Berkeley, California. University of California gy: Populism, Plebeians' interests, Debt .

    Political figures from Alexander Hamilton, Julius Caesar and Nelson Mandela to Nancy Pelosi and Winston Churchill make the big decisions in government. Julius Caesar, in full Gaius Julius Caesar, (born July 12/13, ? bce, Rome [Italy]—died Ma 44 bce, Rome), celebrated Roman general and statesman, the conqueror of Gaul (58–50 bce), victor in the civil war of 49–45 bce, and dictator (46–44 bce), who was launching a series of political and social reforms when he was.


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Party Politics in the Age of Caesar is a shrewd commentary on this text, designed to clarify the true meaning in Roman political life of such terms as "party" and "faction." Taylor brilliantly explains the mechanics of Roman politics as she discusses the relations of nobles and their clients, the manipulation of the state religion for political expedience, and the practical means of delivering the by: Party Politics in the Age of Caesar is a shrewd Bend your energies towards making friends of key-men in all classes of voters." Party Politics in the Age of Caesar is a shrewd commentary on this text, designed to clarify the true meaning in Roman political life of such terms as "party" and "faction."/5(7).

For those looking for a tight, readable introduction on political life in Republican Rome there is no better place to start than Lily Ross Taylor's classic, "Party Politics in the Age of Caesar.".

She reviews a wide range of institutions and practices -- from religion and /5. Party Politics in the Age of Caesar is a shrewd commentary on this text, designed to clarify the true meaning in Roman political life of such terms as "party" and "faction." Taylor brilliantly explains the mechanics of Roman politics as she discusses the relations of nobles and their clients, the manipulation of the state religion for political expedience, and the practical means of delivering the vote.

Party Politics in the Age of Caesar is a shrewd commentary on this text, designed to clarify the true meaning in Roman political life of such terms as "party" and "faction." Taylor brilliantly explains the mechanics of Roman politics as she discusses the relations of nobles and their clients, the manipulation of the state religion for political expedience, and the practical means of delivering the vote.

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Tn° pp. Author: Jérôme Carcopino. " Party Politics in the Age of Caesar is a shrewd commentary on this text, designed to clarify the true meaning in Roman political life of such terms as "party" and "faction. " Taylor brilliantly explains the mechanics of Roman politics as she discusses the relations of nobles and their clients, the manipulation of the state religion for political expedience, and the practical means of delivering the vote.

The advice given to Cicero by his astute, campaign-conscious brother to prepare him for the consular elections of 64 B.C., has a curiously modern ring: "Avoid taking a definite stand on great public issues either in the Senate or before the people.

Bend your energies towards making friends of key-men in all classes of voters."Party Politics in the Age of Caesar is a shrewd commentary on this Author: Lily Ross Taylor.

On the whole, this is a good commentary on the political system of the Late Republic. If you have already read Syme's Roman Revolution and Gruen's Last Generation of the Roman Republic, Party Politics in the Age of Caesar will still be worth to get acquainted with/5(6).

The Age of Caesar: Five Roman Lives and millions of other books are available for instant access. view Kindle eBook “This reader’s edition of Plutarch’s Lives brings to life the captivating personalities and topsy-turvy politics of the late Roman Republic.

Fluid and poised, Pamela Mensch’s translation does a fine job conveying the /5(11). Party politics in the age of Caesar. [Lily Ross Taylor] The book is designed to clarify the true meaning in Roman political life of such terms as "party" and Read more Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the.

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Find items in libraries near you. To learn more about the Optimates and Populares, read Lily Ross Taylor's Party Politics in the Age of Caesar and take a look at Erich S. Gruen's The Last Generation of the Roman Republic and Ronald Syme's The Roman Revolution.The advice given to Cicero by his astute, campaign-conscious brother to prepare him for the consular elections of 64 B.C., has a curiously modern ring: "Avoid taking a definite stand on great public issues either in the Senate or before the people.

Bend your energies towards making friends of key-men in all classes of voters." Party Politics in the Age of Caesar is a shrewd commentary on this.