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[Rymph's] well-researched book does an excellent job of chronicling the struggles of Republican women to define their place within the GOP An important contribution to recent scholarship examining the relationship between feminism, conservatism, and women's political activismCited by: Roman Republic, the ancient state centered on the city of Rome that began in BCE, when the Romans replaced their monarchy with elected magistrates, and lasted until 27 BCE, when the Roman Empire was established. It expanded through conquest and colonization and became a major power of the ancient world. Architecture and Politics in Republican Rome is the first book to explore the intersection between Roman Republican building practices and politics (c BCE). At the start of the period, architectural commissions were carefully controlled by the political system; by the end, buildings were so widely exploited and so rhetorically powerful 5/5(2). Architecture and Politics in Republican Rome is the first book to explore the intersection between Roman Republican building practices and politics (c44 BCE). At the start of the period, architectural commissions were carefully controlled by the political system; by .
Republican Rome The Army and the Allies. by Emilio Gabba (Author), P. J. Cuff (Translator) January ; First Edition; Hardcover $, £ Paperback $, £; Title Details. Rights: Available worldwide Pages: ISBN: Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: McDonald, Alexander Hugh. Republican Rome. London, Thames and Hudson, © (OCoLC) Yet before the era of intense violence Rome had an apparently stable constitution with a long history. In this revised edition of his classic book, for which he has written a new introduction, Andrew Lintott examines the roots of violence in Republican lawand society and the growth of violence in city war and the power of armies. "A tightly argued but panoramic vision of the history of religion in Republican Rome. Building on over a decade of publications in this area, this book provides a new picture of the relationship between religion and society in the period between the fourth century B.C.E. and the Augustan monarchy."—American Journal of Philology.
Few encounters in antiquity have had more profound consequences than that between Greek culture and Republican Rome. Focusing on the ruling elites of the middle and later Republic, for whom Hellenic literature, religion, and visual arts were at once intimidating and appealing, Erich S. Gruen offers a compelling account of the assimilation and adaptation of Greek culture by the . The Republic (Greek: Πολιτεία, translit. Politeia; Latin: Res Publica) is a Socratic dialogue, authored by Plato around BC, concerning justice (δικαιοσύνη), the order and character of the just city-state, and the just man. It is Plato's best-known work, and has proven to be one of the world's most influential works of philosophy and political theory, both intellectually Author: Plato. Genre/Form: History Juvenile works Juvenile literature: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Pike, Royston, Republican Rome. New York: J. Day, © Book Review of The Altars of Republican Rome and Latium: Sacrifice and the Materiality of Roman Religion, by Claudia Moser Reviewed by Lora Holland Goldthwaite American Journal of Archaeology Vol. , No. 1 (January ).