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Caesar and the crisis of the Roman aristocracy : a civil war reader

Author: James S Ruebel; Julius Caesar; Marcus Tullius Cicero; Pompey, the Great
Publisher: Norman : University of Oklahoma Press, ©1994.
Series: Oklahoma series in classical culture, v. 18.
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Caesar and the crisis of the Roman aristocracy.
Norman : University of Oklahoma Press, ©1994
(DLC) 93021007
(OCoLC)28721408
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: James S Ruebel; Julius Caesar; Marcus Tullius Cicero; Pompey, the Great
ISBN: 058516987X 9780585169873
OCLC Number: 44957812
Notes: English and Latin.
Selections chiefly from the writings of Julius Caesar, Cicero, and Pompey.
For students of college Latin.
Description: 1 online resource (xx, 189 pages) : maps.
Contents: Political Power in the Roman Republic. Caesar and Roman Aristocratic Values. Caesar and Roman Internal Politics, 63-50 --
1. Prelude to Civil War. M. Caelius Rufus to Cicero, about 8 August 50 (Fam. 8.14.2-4). Aulus Hirtius' Account of the End of the Gallic Campaign (BG 8.50-55) --
2. Events at Rome and Caesar's Response. Caesar, De bello civili 1.1-5. Cicero to Tiro, 12 January 49 (Fam. 16.11). Caesar, De bello civili 1.6-10. Selections From Two Letters by Cicero. Cicero to Tiro, 27 January 49 (Fam. 16.12.3-4). Cicero to Atticus, 2 February 49 (Att. 7.17.2). Caesar, De bello civili 1.11-15. Letters from Cicero to Atticus. Cicero to Atticus, about 21 January 49 (Att. 7.11.1, 3-4). Cicero to Atticus, 22 January 49 (Att. 7.12.1-3) --
3. The Siege at Corfinium. Caesar, De bello civili 1.16-17. Letters from Pompey. Pompey to Gaius Marcellus and Ludus Lentulus, mid-February 49 (Cic. Att. 8.12A). Pompey to Lucius Domitius, 11 February 49 (Cic. Att. 8.12B). Pompey to Lucius Domitius, 17 February 49 (Cic. Att. 8.12D). Caesar, De bello civili 1.18-23. Letters from Julius Caesar. Caesar to Oppius and Cornelius, early March 49 (Att. 9.7C.1). Caesar to Cicero, a little before 26 March 49 (Att. 9.16.2-3) --
4. Departure of Pompey from Italy. Caesar, De bello civili 1.24-26. Atticus and Cicero on Caesar's Prospects. Cicero to Atticus, 1 March 49 (Att. 8.13). Atticus to Cicero, 5 March 49 (Att. 9.10.9). Caesar, De bello civili 1.27. Matius and Trebatius to Cicero, about 20 March 49 (Cic. Att. 9.15A). Caesar, De bello civili 1.28-32.1. Cicero to Atticus, 28 March 49 (Att. 9.18.1, 3). Caesar, De bello civili 1.32.2-33. Cicero to Atticus, 14 April 49 (Att. 10.4.8). Caesar to Cicero, 16 April 49 (Cic. Att. 10.8B) --
5. Caesar in Spain. Caesar, De bello civili 1.34-35, 37-38, 67-72, 84-87. Cassius Dio on a Mutiny of the Troops (Dio 41.26, 35) --
6. Caesar's Pursuit of Pompey to Greece. Caesar, De bello civili 3.10-19 --
7. The Great Confrontation: Caesar and Pompey at Pharsalus. Caesar, De bello civili 3.41-46, 48, 71-72. Cassius Dio's Comparison of Caesar and Pompey (Dio 41.53-54). Caesar, De bello civili 3.73, 82-83. Cicero on Pompey's Camp in Greece. Cicero to Atticus, 27 November 48 (Att. 11.6.2,6). Cicero to Marius, mid-46 (Fam. 7.3.2-3). Caesar, De bello civili 3.85-87, 89, 92, 96 --
8. The Death of Pompey. Caesar, De bello civili 3.102-4, 106. Cicero, De officiis 2.27, 29. App. 1. Chronological Gazette of Relevant Events, 52-48 B.C. --
App. 2. A Note on Roman Names --
App. 3. The Roman Union --
App. 4. Roman Dates.
Series Title: Oklahoma series in classical culture, v. 18.
Responsibility: [selected and edited] by James S. Ruebel.

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