History of Rome Down to the Reign of Constantine

ISBN-10: 0312383959

ISBN-13: 9780312383954

Edition: 3rd 1976

Authors: M. Cary, H. H. Scullard

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List price: $89.99
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 1976
Publisher: Bedford/Saint Martin's
Publication date: 1/15/1976
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 694
Size: 8.00" wide x 10.25" long x 1.75" tall
Weight: 3.388
Language: English

Preface to the Third Edition
Preface to the Second Edition
List of Illustrations
List of Maps
Pre-Roman Italy
The Geographical Environment of Roman History
The Mediterranean Area
Italy
The Early Inhabitants of Italy
Stone Age
Bronze Age Man
The Iron Age and the "Villanovans"
The Peoples and Tongues of Italy
Greeks and Etruscans in Early Italy
The Greeks
Who were the Etruscans
Etruscans Civilizations
Etruscan Expansion
The Roman Conquest of Italy
Latium and Rome
The Geography of Latium
The Early History of Latium
Rome, The Site of the City
The Origins of Rome, The Traditional Story
The Origins of Rome, From Village to City
Rome in the Period if the Kings
The Kings and Tradition
The City
Economic Conditions
Early Roman Religion
Social and Political Groupings
The Monarchy
Military and Political Developments
Rome and her Neighbors
The End of Etruscan Rome
The Sources for Early Roman History
Documentary Records
Oral Traditions
Literary Sources
The Conflict of the Orders, The First Stage
The First Republican Constitution
Economic Conditions
The Plebeian Counter-organization
The Twelve Tables
Plebeian Advances
The Early Wars of the Republic
Rome and Latium
Sabines, Aequi and Volsci
The Conquest of Veii
The Siege of Rome by the Gauls
The Conflict of the Orders. The Second Stage
New Discontents after the Gallic War
Economic Legislation
Plebein Victories
The Patricio-Phebeian Nobility
The Resultant Constitution
Conclusion
The Latin, Samnite and Pyrrhic Wars
The Establishment of Roman Ascendancy in Central Italy
The Oscan-speaking Sabellians
The First Samnite War and the Great Latin War
The Second Samnite War
The Third Samnite War
The War with Tarentum and Pyrrhus
The Roman State in the Third Century B.C.
The Roman Constitution. Apparent Defects
The Working of the Constitution
The Roman Conquest of Italy
The Political Organization of Italy
Economic Conditions in Rome and Italy
Architecture and Art
Social and Religious Life
Early Roman Literature
The Conquest of Mediterranean
The First Punic War and the Conquest of North Italy
Sources of Information
The Carthaginian State
The Affair of Messana
The Growth of Roman War Aims
The Invasion of Africa
Later Operations in Sicily
The First Punic War. Conclusion
The Seizure of Sardinia and Corsica
The Last Gallic Invasion
The Illyrian Wars
The Second Punic War
The Carthaginian Conquest of Spain
The Affair of Saguntum
Hannibal's Invasion of Italy. Cannae
The Roman Effort after Cannae
Sequal of the War in Italy
The War in Greece and Sicily
The Scipios in Spain
The War in Africa
Conclusion
The Conquest of the Western Mediterranean
Rome's Expanding Dominance
The Final Reduction of Cisalpine Gaul
The Ligurian Wars
The Spanish Wars, 197-179 B.C.
The Spanish Wars, 154-133 B.C.
Rome, Carthage and Namidia
The Third Punic War
The Macedonian Wars
Early Contacts between Rome and Greece
The First Macedonian War
The Overtures of Pergamum and Rhodes to Rome
The Second Macedonian War
Antiochus III and the Aetolians
The Third Macedonian War
The Fourth Macedonian War
Rome and the Greek Homeland
The Roman War in Asia in the Second Century
The Origins of the War Against Antiochus
The First Roman Campaign in Asia
The First Roman Settlement of Asia
The Romans in Asia Minor down to 129 B.C.
Relations with Syria and Egypt
The Government of the Roman Provinces
The Client States and Kings
The Status of the Provincial Communities
The Provincial Governors
Conscription and Taxation in the Provinces
The Defects of Roman Rule in the Provinces
Attempts at Reform
Domestic Politics in the Second Century
The Popular Assemblies
The New Nobility
Political Groups at Rome
The Executive
Reforms in the Judicial System
Financial Administration
The City of Rome
Italy
Foreign Affairs. The Army
Roman Society in the Second Century
Agriculture
Slave Labour on the Land
Industry and Commerce
Roman Private Life
The City of Rome
Roman and Italian Art
Early Latin Poetry
Early Prose Literature
Science and Philosophy
Religion
The Fall of the Republic
Tiberius and Gaius Gracchus
Tiberius Gracchus. His Political Aims
The Gracchan Land Laws
The First Sentorial Reaction
The First Italian Franchise Bill
The Social Reforms of Gaius Gracchus
The Political Legislation of Gaius Gracchus
The Second Senatorial Reaction
The Conquest of Narbonese Gaul
Marius and the New Roman Army
The Restored Senatorial Government
Affairs in the Eastern Mediterranean
The War against Jugurtha. The Fist Phase
The War against Jugurtha. Metllus and Marius
The Invasion of the Northmen
Saturninus and Marius's Sixth Consulship
The Italian Wars, 911-83 B.C.
The Tribunate of Livius Drusus
The Rebel Italian Confederacy
The Italian War
The Tribunate of Sulpicius Rufus
The Capture of Rome by Sulla and by China
The Rule of Cinna
The Temporary Monarchy of Cornelius Sulls
Events in Asia Minor to 88 B.C.
The First Mithrdatic War
The Homecoming of Sulla
Sulla's Settlement. The Proscriptions
Sulla's Constitutional Legislation
Sulla's Place in Roman History
The Fall of the Restoration Government
Prospects for the Seventies
The Rebellion of Lepidus and its Aftermath
The War against Q. Sertorius
The Slave War in Italy
Pompey's Coup d'Etat
Crassus, Caaesar and Catiline
The Conspiracy of Catiline
The Concordoa Ordinum of Cicero
The Firsst Triumvirate and Caesar's First Consulate
The Wars if Lucullus, Pompeyy and Crassus
The Campaigns against the Pirates
Lucullus's Conquests in Asia Minor
The Campaigns of Lucullus in Armenia
Pompey's Settlement of the East
The Campaign of Crasuss against the Parthians
Caesar's Conquest of Gual, and the Breakdown of the First Triumvirate
Gaul and its People
Caesar's Advance to the Rhine and the Channel
Caesar's Forays into Germany and Britain
The Final Reduction of Gaul
The First Crisis in the Triumvirate
The Conference of Luca and the Dictatorship of Pompey
The Second Crisis in the Triumvirate
The Rise of Caesar to Supreme Power
The Campaigns of 49 B.C.
Dyrrhachium and Pharsalus
The 'Bellum Alexandrinum'
Thapsus and Munda
Caesar's Measures of Reconstruction
Caesar's Foreign Policy. Miscellaneous
Caesar's Constitutional Position
Caesar's Personality and Achievements
The Second Triumvirate
The Interim Administration of Anton
The Philippics of Cicero and the War of Mutina
Octavian's Coup d'Etat and Pact with Anton
The Proscriptions and the Campaign of Philippi
The Wars of Perusia and Brundisium
Octavian's Was Against Sextus Pompeius
Anthony in the East
The War of Actium
Review of the Second Triumvirate
Roman Society in the First Century
Changes in Roman Agriculture
Manufactures and Trade
Standards of Living
Social Life
Architecture and Art
Latin Literature. Poetry
Latin Prose Writers
Science and Philosophy
Religion
Consolidation of the Roman Empire
The Settlement of Augustus. Rome and Italy
The First Settlement, 29-23 B.C.
Augustus's Second Settlement
The New Executive
The City of Rome
Italy
Social Legislation
The Ludi Saeculares
The Roman Empire Under Augustus
The Roman Frontiers
Africa and the Red Sea
Asia Minor and the Euphrates
Western Europe
The Danube Lands
Military Reforms
The Provinces
Financial Administration
The Succession
Summary of Augustus's Principate
Conclusions
The Julio-Claudian Emperors. Internal Affairs
Tiberius (A.D. 14-37)
Caligula (37-41)
Claudius (41-54)
Nero (54-68)
Constitutional Developments
Finance
Rome and Italy
The Roman Empire Under the Julio-Claudian Dynasty
Africa
Judaea
Armernia and Parthia
The Danube Lands
Germany
The Conquest of Britain
The Provinces
Conclusion
Roman Society under the Early Roman Empire
Agriculture
Industry and Trade
Urban Life
Architecture and Art
Literature. General Conditions
Latin Poetry
Latin Prose
Religion
The 'Year of the Four Emperors'
The Revolt against Nero
Galba
Otho
Vitellius
Conclusion
The Flavian Emperors
Personalities
Constitutional Changes
General Administration
The Jewish War
The Revolt of Civilis and Classicus
Further Conquest in Britain
The Rhine and Danube Frontiers
The East
The Provinces
The 'Opposition' to the Flavian Emperors
The 'Five Good Emperors'. General Administration
Personalities
Constitutional Changes
Municipal Government
Imperial Finances
The Provinces
The 'Five Good Emperors'. External Affairs
Foreign Policy
Africa
Armenia and Parthia
Judaea
Dacia
The Marcomannic Wars
Britain
The Roman Army
Conclusion
Roman Society from A.D. 70 to 180
Agriculture
Industry and Trade
The Growth of Cities
Architecture
Art
Social Life
The Spread of Latin and Greek
Latin Poetry
Latin Prose
Philosophy and Religion
The Spread of Christianity
The Opposition to Christianity
Conclusion
Commodus and the Severi
The Reign of Commodus (180-192)
The Civil Wars of 193-197
The Military Policy of Septimius Severus
The Internal Reforms of Septimius Severus
Caracalla (211-217)
Severus Alexander (222-235)
The Severan Age
The Decline of the Roman Empire
The Crisis of the Empire in the Third Century
Military Anarchy in Permanence
The Empire Invaded
The Frontiers Restored
Diocletian and Constantine
Diocletian and the Tetrachy
The Rise of Constantine
Constantine and Licinius
The Transition to Absolute Monarchy
The Emperors and their Executive
Financial Reforms
Compulsory Service
Defence and Army Reform
Conclusion
Economic, Cultural and Religious Developments
Economic Conditions
Architecture and Art
Social Life
Education and Letters
Latin and Greek Literature
Religions
Christianity, Persecuted and Triumphant
The Roman Empire. Retrospect and Prospect
The End of the Empire in the West
Decline and Fall
Physical Causes of the Decline
Social and Political Causes of the Decline
Survivals of the Roman Empire
Chronological Table
List of Emperors
Genealogical Tables
Some Cornelii, Aemilii, and Sempronii Gracchi
Some Metelli, Claudii, etc.
The Julio-Claudian dynasty
Brief List of Books
List of Abbreviations
Notes and References
Glossary
Index
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