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After an ill-spent youth, Sallust entered public life and won election as Quaestor in 55 and one of the tribunes of the people in 52, the year in which the followers of Milo killed Clodius in a street brawl. Sallust then supported the following prosecution . ThriftBooks sells millions of used books at the lowest everyday prices. We personally assess every book's quality and offer rare, out-of-print treasures. We deliver the joy of reading in % recyclable packaging with free standard shipping on US orders over $
Gaius Sallustius Crispus (), better known as 'Sallust' was a Roman politician and historian who supported Julius Caesar's Populares party. His historical works included romanticized views of events, which served as polemics against his moral opponents, including Cicero/5(). Sallust will eventually reveal Metellus' one failing, so be on the lookout for it. (81) When Sallust says there was not much time (due to the postponed elections) for a summer campaign, he speaks of the campaigning season.
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Sallust, tr. by W. Rose with improvements and notes Item Preview tr. by W. Rose with improvements and notes by Gaius Sallustius Crispus. Publication date Collection europeanlibraries Digitizing sponsor Google Book from the collections of Oxford University Language English.
Book digitized by Google from the library of Oxford University Pages: Sallust is, of course, an essential entry on the reading list of any enterprising student of the Latin historians. As one expects of the Loeb series, this edition of Sallust is very good: J C Rolfe's translation is in his usual impeccable style (but then, who buys a Loeb edition for the translation?), and the Latin text, though sporting a number of careless errors which made me frown -- like /5(3).
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Notes: At head of title: Harper's stereotype ed. Description: 2 pages leaves,  pages frontispiece (portrait) 19 cm. Contents: Bibliographical sketch of SallustHistory of Catiline's conspiracyHistory of the Jugurthine war.
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C2 Podcast: Full text of "Sallust's Jugurtha and Catiline: with notes and a vocabulary". On October 1, 86 BC, Roman historian, politician Gaius Sallustius Crispus was born. Sallust is the earliest known Roman historian with surviving works to his name, of which we have Catiline‘s War, The Jugurthine War, and the Histories (of which only fragments survive).
The Bellum Catiline, Sallust‘s first published work, contains the history of the memorable year 63 and the story of. Sallust 86 b.c b.c. (Full name Caius Sallustius Crispus) Roman historian. Sallust was a Roman politician and friend of Julius Caesar who after retiring from statesmanship wrote.
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Syme is still a good starting point for the study of Sallust and his works, especially with the edition including an extensive introduction by Mellor.
Shorter narrative treatments include Kraus and Woodman and a chapter in Mellor Büchner provides a full overview in German, but Schmal is the most thorough and best-organized German introduction. Sallust describes the course of the conspiracy and the measures taken by the Senate and Cicero, who was then consul.
He brings his narrative to a climax in a senatorial debate concerning the fate of the conspirators, which took place on Dec. 5, (By comparison, there are very few traces of Livy’s ethnography of Carthage from B or of Gaul and Germany from Books –4.) Sallust may also have written ethnographies of Mesopotamia (=62, 72=71, 78=75) and of Africa: Syme (), –5.
CRITICISM Batstone, William W. “The Antithesis of Virtue: Sallust's Synkrisis and the Crisis of the Late Republic.” Classical Antiquity 7, no. 1 (): Discusses the synkrisis in the. Bibliographical sketch of SallustHistory of Catiline's conspiracyHistory of the Jugurthine War.
Series Title: [Harper's] classical library., no. 5: Responsibility: Tr. by William Rose with improvements and notes. 1 Review With this classic book, Sir Ronald Syme became the first historian of the twentieth century to place Sallust—whom Tacitus called the most brilliant Roman historian—in his 4/5(1).
80 BC: Beginning of the Sertorian War, frr. 91– 79–78 BC: Military Operations of Metellus Pius in Farther Spain, frr. 99– VI. COMMENCEMENT OF THE .Sallust, Gaius Sallustius Crispus ( BCE) of Amiternum, after a wild youth became a supporter of Julius Caesar.
He was tribune in 53; expelled from the Senate in 50; was quaestor in 49, praetor in He saw Caesar triumph in Africa and became governor of Numidia, which he oppressed.
Later in Rome he laid out famous gardens, retired from public life, and wrote a monograph on Catiline's.About this Item: University of California Press, United States, Paperback.
Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. With this classic book, Sir Ronald Syme became the first historian of the twentieth century to place Sallust - whom Tacitus called the most brilliant Roman historian - in his social, political, and literary context.