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HIST 566 - History and Culture of Rome


Examines the various theories of Rome’s origin, the causes, problems, and influences upon the republican government, political and economic problems of Roman expansion, and the Roman world. Various reforms including those of the Gracchi, Caesar, and Augustus. Contact with Greece and the older areas of civilization. The Roman imperial system, the many causes of Rome’s fall, and Rome’s role as a synthesizer of the ancient classical culture.

Credits: (3)

Requisites
Pr.: Sophomore standing.

When Offered
In alternate years


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