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William Everton Heitland (1847–1935) was a celebrated Classicist and fellow of St John's College, Cambridge, from 1871 until his death. In this second volume of his masterpiece trilogy, originally published in 1909, Heitland examines Rome as an Imperial Republic from 201 BC until the death of Sulla in 78 BC. This highly influential and important book will be of value to anyone with an interest in Roman history.
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- Date Published: January 2014
- format: Paperback
- isbn: 9781107660069
- length: 540 pages
- dimensions: 234 x 156 x 31 mm
- weight: 0.82kg
- availability: Available
Table of Contents
Part V. Rome an Imperial Republic:
27. The situation in the Mediterranean world 201 BC
28. The second Macedonian war and the sequel 200–194 BC
29. North Italy and Spain 201–194 BC
30. Wars in Greece and the East 195–187 BC
31. Fall of the Macedonian kingdom, and the settlement of 167. 187–167 BC
32. Wars and policy of Rome in the West 193–167 BC
33. External affairs 167–133 BC
34. Internal history 201–133 BC
Part VI. Revolution. The Gracchi to Sulla:
35. The Sicilian slave-war 134–132 BC
36. Tiberius Gracchus 133 BC
37. The interval 132–123 BC
38. Gaius Gracchus 124–121 BC
39. From the death of Gaius Gracchus to the end of the Jugurthine war 121–105 BC
40. The invasion from the North 109–101 BC
41. The second Sicilian slave-war, and external affairs 105–92 BC
42. Internal affairs 104–91 BC
43. The great Italian or Marsic war 90–87 BC
44. Marius and Cinna 87–84 BC
45. Cinna, Carbo, Sulla, and the Civil War 85–82 BC
46. Sulla 82–78 BC.
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