New PDF release: A Companion to the Roman Republic (Blackwell Companions to

By Nathan Rosenstein, Robert Morstein-Marx

ISBN-10: 1405172037

ISBN-13: 9781405172035

This better half presents an authoritative and updated evaluate of Roman Republican heritage because it is at present practiced.

Highlights contemporary advancements, together with archaeological discoveries, clean ways to textual resources, and the hole up of latest components of historic study.
Retains the drama of the Republic’s upward push and fall.
Emphasizes not only the proof of texts and actual is still, but additionally the versions and assumptions that students deliver to those artefacts.
Looks on the function performed by means of the actual geography and surroundings of Italy.
Offers a compact yet distinct narrative of army and political advancements from the beginning of the Roman Republic via to the dying of Julius Caesar.
Discusses present controversies within the box.

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Much is in flux, and I cannot trace here the wealth of suggestions, hypotheses, and rebuttals. 45 For land tenure an unusual body of sources is available in the writings of the Roman land surveyors,46 which had already prompted Max Weber to undertake a seminal investigation. 48 Nathan Rosenstein shows in his newly published book how the disposition of farmland, family structure, and demographic development interact, and how our reconstructions of specific agricultural forms directly determine our picture of the potential for social and political conflict.

63 Discussion revolves principally around three points: about the influence of senators and the Senate, the relative openness or exclusiveness of the political elite, and its collective character; about the importance of the popular assemblies and their votes in the political system; and more generally, about the significance of publicity in Roman politics. Elite Continuity and Senatorial Influence In criticizing the theory that the Roman Republic was controlled by a narrow elite, Millar was able to build upon the investigation by Hopkins and Burton into the rate at which successive generations of the same family reached the consulship.

The direction of the historical process had become fully independent of agency. New Methods: Comparative Studies of the Lower Class and Demographic Modeling With Meier’s reconceptualization of the Roman Republic’s tendency to endure our understanding of politics and the rules by which it functioned was substantially deepened. But Meier had concentrated on the political dimension, where the senators played a special role. Although Meier had indeed thoroughly discussed the equites (‘‘knights,’’ essentially the vast majority of the wealthy who were not senators) and the plebs, he had done so to demonstrate that any fundamental reconstruction or reform of the Republic could not have originated with these classes.

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