Course Code
CLAS 0073 / HIST 0073
Course Type
Subject Credit
Course Availability

This course examines the history of Roman state and society from the final decades of the republic to the establishment of Augustus’s regime.  This was a period of tremendous social, political and military confrontations, as the republic overcame external opponents, while consuming itself in internal conflict. It also saw tremendous intellectual creativity, and students are able to explore writings (in translation) by public figures such as Cicero, Caesar and Sallust.