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  • The End of the Roman Republic 146 to 44 BC by Catherine Steel
    The End of the Roman Republic 146 to 44 BC (English, Paperback)

    By 146, Rome had established itself as the leading Mediterranean power. Over the next century, it consolidated its power into an immense territorial empire. This title traces the processes of change which transformed Rome from a republic to a monarchy. It is suitable for academics working on the history of Rome and the Roman Republic.

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  • Cambridge Companions to Literature: The Cambridge Companion to Cicero by Catherine Steel
    Cambridge Companions to Literature: The Cambridge Companion to Cicero (English, Paperback)

    A comprehensive introduction to Cicero's writings for students and non-specialists. Draws on recent transformative research on the political and literary culture of the late Roman Republic and presents important new research on Cicero's reception in late antiquity and from the Renaissance period onwards.

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  • Cambridge Companions to Literature: The Cambridge Companion to Cicero by Catherine Steel
    Cambridge Companions to Literature: The Cambridge Companion to Cicero (English, Hardback)

    A comprehensive introduction to Cicero's writings for students and non-specialists. Draws on recent transformative research on the political and literary culture of the late Roman Republic and presents important new research on Cicero's reception in late antiquity and from the Renaissance period onwards.

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  • De Imperio by Katharine Radice
    De Imperio (Multiple languages, Paperback)

    De Imperio Cn. Pompeii (in support of Pompey), or Pro Lege Manilia, (in favour of the Manilian law) was Cicero's first speech on public affairs. Delivered in 66 AD when Cicero was praetor, he argued in support of a proposal from Manilius, the tribune at that time, to extend Pompey's command in the East and so take over the command in the war against Mithridates. The speech charts the moment when...

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