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1 Roman Historiography Republican SEMINAR III: Sallust BC 6-10 Party Politics ch2

2 Sallvst BC 6-10 What is is his point? What are the buzz words? nationes v. populi?

3 Party Politics Nobiles, Clients & Personal Armies p nobiles mos maiorum imagines

4 Party Politics Nobiles, Clients & Personal Armies p patrician

5 Party Politics Nobiles, Clients & Personal Armies p plebeian

6 Party Politics Nobiles, Clients & Personal Armies p equites

7 Roman Citizen Classes Patrician Senatorial (Plebeian) Equites (Plebeian) Property Owners (Plebeian) Capite Censi (Plebeian)

8 Money Property Requirements ≈ 16 asses = 4 ƒ = 1 denarius ƒ1,000,000 for Senatorial ƒ400,000 for Equites ƒ3,000 for 4th class

9 Party Politics Cursus honorum jpg

10 Party Politics Personalities & Programs Roman Republican government –Checks & balances –Aristocratic control

11 Party Politics Nobiles, Clients & Personal Armies Nobiles –Military service requirements class determined Cavalry/officer class –Centuriate Assembly Vote for consuls praetors Vote in order by class –Senate Ex-magistrates life-time membership Subdivisions based on rank (highest office held) –Asked to speak in order of rank –Election to office influenced by family & hereditity »novus homo

12 Party Politics Nobiles, Clients & Personal Armies p clientes patronus fides origins? history? salutatio deductores campaign entourage –collegia

13 Party Politics Nobiles, Clients & Personal Armies p unde clientes? –Conquer –Inherit –Govern –Enlist soldiers –Establish colony –Make citizens –Make treaties Oath of fealty

14 Party Politics Nobiles, Clients & Personal Armies p oath of allegiance to imperator Marian reforms –Longer service client of imperator veteran colonies “first triumvirate” –populares v. optimates –personal parties totalitarianism marivssvlla Pompeycaesar


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