... The Kalends is the first day of the month and was celebrated as a religious holy day to Juno, the
Roman Queen Goddess. In the earliest Roman lunar calendar, the Kalends was the day of the New
Moon. In Roman society, interest on a debt was due on the Kalends. Under the lunar calendar, a
pontifex (pri ...
Faunus and the Fauns in Latin Literature of the Republic and Early
... Context and introductory background
While many scholars refer to Faunus as one of the most ancient of the Italian
deities, Republican sources have the fauns as their focus. The sudden explosion
of references to Faunus in Augustan age Latin literature is striking and suggests
this later period as the ...
Spartacus Mythistoricus: Winning Spartacus into the
... After a long disappearance from the historical canon, Spartacus' name
returns in the 18TH century, when he starts appearing in philosophical and literary
texts. Famous philosophers and writers like Voltaire and Marx begin to cite him in
letters and books, discussing the implications of Spartacus' ac ...
File - HARVARD CLASSICS CLUB
... 16. What battle, which took place at the same site of a famous Persian war battle,
pinned the Romans under Glabrio against the Seleucid King Antiochus III?
Bonus 1: Speaking of Rome's domination of the east, where had Quinctius
Flamininus defeated Phillip V of Greece six years prior to ...
ARRIAN OF NICOMEDIA: GRECO
... and historian whose writings connected the Greek past to his life in the Roman Empire. Arrian
was born in Roman controlled, yet Greek influenced, territory in what is now Turkey. His study
of philosophy, his time as a soldier and politician, and his writings, connect his life in the Roman
Empire wit ...
... In 139, the lex Gabinia instituted secret ballots so that the patrons could not ensure that
their clients were voting according to their wishes. Clearly, by this point, the system, if it
ever was as ideal as Dionysius’s account claims, had begun to break down into a less
reciprocal relationship. 5 A ...
Four Rounds - The Latin Library
... ANSWER: into the forum (do not accept in the forum)
Bonus1: translate the prep phrase in this sentence: Julius sleeps in the bedroom.
ANSWER: in cubiculo
Bonus2: translate the prep phrase in this sentence. She walked out of the fields.
ANSWER: ex agris
6Tossup) What wonder of the ancient world was l ...
James Ussher "The Annals of the World."
... portion of food and sustenance for them to live on. To conclude, because sin had not yet
entered into the world, God saw every thing that he had made, and, behold, it was very
good. And the evening and the morning were the sixth day. Ge 1:31
8. Now on the seventh day, (Saturday, October 29th) when G ...
The Portrayal and Role of Anger in the Res Gestae of Ammianus
... This thesis discusses and analyses the use of anger in the Res Gestae of Ammianus Marcellinus.
The time frame covered is from AD 354-378, and includes a diverse area covering most of the
Roman Empire from Gaul to Germania, to Illyricum, Spain, Africa, Thrace, Syria and Italy. There
are even major bo ...
... minority. During that interval - such was Lavinia's force of character - though a woman was regent, the Latin State, and the
kingdom of his father and grandfather, were preserved unimpaired for her son. I will not discuss the question - for who
could speak decisively about a matter of such extreme a ...
a report for an internship carried out at the rwanda
... it; the immense condensation of matter; the luminous arrangement; the
general accuracy; the style, which, however monotonous from its
uniform stateliness, and sometimes wearisome from its elaborate ar.,
is throughout vigorous, animated, often picturesque always commands
attention, always conveys its ...
HISTORY OF THE DECLINE AND FALL OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE
... inevitable from the close condensation of his matter. From the immense range of his history, it was
sometimes necessary to compress into a single sentence, a whole vague and diffuse page of a
Byzantine chronicler. Perhaps something of importance may have thus escaped, and his
expressions may not qui ...
Chapter Certamen Packet - Indiana Junior Classical League
... 9. Unless more or difficult information is specifically sought, a vocabulary item in Latin should
be referred to by the first form to be found in a dictionary. The only exception is in the case of
a verb where either the first or second principal part is acceptable. N.B.: If the question asks
for th ...
History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire 3
... History Of The Decline And Fall Of The Roman Empire Vol. 3
tractable disposition received the fair impression of their judicious precepts, and the absence of passion might
easily be mistaken for the strength of reason. His preceptors gradually rose to the rank and consequence of
ministers of state: ...
Sejanus and the Chronology of Christ`s Death
... As Tiberius gave Sejanus more and more authority, Sejanus used his position to
eliminate those who were obstacles to his goal of ultimate power. In 25 CE, he had
Cordus, a historian, condemned, ostensibly for justifying Brutus' assassination of
Julius Caesar. Roman historians state that the real re ...
- CUNY Academic Works
... resolution, effectively confining and directing the powers vested in him. On the other
hand, the dictatorship, itself a demonstration of Rome’s adaptability by providing early on
a second, emergency system to fix what the normal state could not, also adroitly changed
as Rome did: new, single-task va ...
Open Access - Ghent University Academic Bibliography
... Rome‖s expansion into the East and the policy that directed it have long been a subject
of intense scholarly debate. Unsurprisingly, opinions vary, and widely so. Fundamental
for this topic in the twentieth century are the works of T. Frank,1 M. Holleaux2 and E
Badian,3 who discern what, for want of ...
Icon - [email protected]
... Fees Bursaries and for the Research Fund travel bursaries which have enabled me to
deliver papers at conferences in Sydney, 2004, and in Hobart, 2005, and to visit the
numismatic centre at Macquarie University. My thanks also to the University of
Auckland Graduate Research Fund for awarding me trave ...
State Impact in Imperial northern Italy by Carolynn
... Roman state have on local societies, economies, identities, and cultures? These next six
chapters try to answer those questions by examining the impact of the Roman state on
one area of the empire where the intensity of state intervention varied the most: northern
Italy. Northern Italy was an area o ...
History Of The Decli.. - The Conscious Living Foundation
... errors are almost inevitable from the close condensation of his matter.
From the immense range of his history, it was sometimes necessary to
compress into a single sentence, a whole vague and diffuse page of a
Byzantine chronicler. Perhaps something of importance may have thus
escaped, and his expre ...
Rome`s Role in Imperial Propaganda and Policy
... munificence was characterized primarily by the commissioning of public buildings and the
maintenance of Rome’s cults and traditions. The formula was simple: by how much the better an
emperor made Rome, that much the greater he would be perceived. Therefore, Rome was
inextricably intertwined with the ...
Roman historiography is indebted to the Greeks, who invented the form. The Romans had great models to base their works upon, such as Herodotus (c. 484 – 425 BCE) and Thucydides (c. 460 – c. 395 BCE). Roman historiographical forms are different from the Greek ones however, and voice very Roman concerns. Unlike the Greeks, Roman historiography did not start out with an oral historical tradition. The Roman style of history was based on the way that the Annals of the Pontifex Maximus, or the Annales Maximi, were recorded. The Annales Maximi include a wide array of information, including religious documents, names of consuls, deaths of priests, and various disasters throughout history. Also part of the Annales Maximi are the White Tablets, or the “Tabulae Albatae,” which consist of information on the origin of the republic.