Caesar and Roman Politics, 60-50 B.C.

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James Sabben-Clare
Bloomsbury Academic, 1981 - History - 210 pages

Using his own translations throughout, James Sabben-Clare here weaves together four hundred excerpts from twenty classical sources plus inscriptions and late authors such as Jordanes to capture the critical decade 60-50 BC. The book captures the intense vitality of the source material, moving in steady chronological progression to produce a rich portrayal of the complex political scene.

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Contents

MAP xxi
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Caesars consulship
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Caesars arrangements for the immediate political
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James Sabben-Clare taught Classics and Ancient History at The College, Winchester, UK.

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