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This widely respected study of social conflicts between the patrician elite and the plebeians in the first centuries of the Roman republic has now been enhanced by a new chapter on material culture, updates to individual chapters, an updated bibliography, and a new introduction. Analyzes social conflicts between patricians and plebeians in early republican Rome Includes chapters by leading scholars from both sides of the Atlantic illuminating social, economic, legal, religious, military, and political aspects as well as the reliability of historical sources Contributors have written addenda for the new edition, updating their chapters in light of recent scholarship
Die romische Sozialgeschichte gehort zu den Gebieten, die in den letzten Jahren unter den Wissenschaften vom klassischen Altertum am meisten expandiert sind; ihr wurde eine Fuelle neuer Themenbereiche erschlossen. Die Bibliographie dokumentiert den Forschungsstand zur romischen Sozialgeschichte in all ihren Bereichen, von der fruehen Republik bis hin zur Spatantike, wobei in groaem Umfang auch die Literatur zu den Rand- und Grenzbereichen (u.a. Wirtschafts-, Verwaltungs-, Rechts- und Religionsgeschichte) beruecksichtigt wird. Die Bibliographie (mit insgesamt rund 16000 Titeln) ist damit ein unentbehrliches HIlfmittel fuer jeden, der sich mit der romischen Geschichte beschaftigt. "I imagine that most classical scholars already know that this Heidelberg bibliography is an indispensable tool for a vast range of ancient studiesa a most welcome publication." Arctos.
Reformen setzen eine Vorstellung von der Beziehung zwischen Individuum und Gesellschaft voraus. Die Arbeit ist ein Plädoyer für eine empirisch gehaltvolle ökonomische Theorie, die soziologische Erkenntnisse nutzt, um Politikempfehlungen zu ermöglichen.
Aus dem Inhalt: W. Eder: Der Buerger und sein Staat / Der Staat und seine Buerger. Eine Einleitung u Sektion I: Politik und Religion, mit Beitragen von: Jerzy Linderski, Paul M.Martin, Mario Torelli u Sektion II: Quellen und Quellenkritik, mit Beitragen von: Juergen von Ungern-Sternberg, RonaldT. Ridley, Gabriella Poma, Elizabeth Rawson Y, Jean-Claude Richard, Wilhelm Kierdorf u Sektion III: Interdisziplinare und vergleichende Methoden, mit Beitragen von: Jochen Martin, Ed-ward Ch. L. van der Vliet, Jorgen C. Meyer, Robert W. Wallace, Sarah C. Humphreys u Sektion IV: Recht und Verfassung, mit Beitragen von: Leo Peppe, Giuliano Crifo, Dieter Timpe, Hartmut Galsterer u Sektion V: Magistratur und Gesellschaft, mit Beitragen von: Adalberto Giovannini, Karl-Joachim Holkeskamp, Ernst Badian u Sektion VI: Wirtschaft, Expansion und innere Entwicklung, mit Beitragen von: Carmine Ampolo, William V. Harris, Kurt Raaflaub u Literaturverzeichnis, Quellenverzeichnis, Index geographischer Begriffe, Index antiker Namen, Index moderner Autoren.
This groundbreaking study traces the development of Roman architecture and its sculpture from the earliest days to the middle of the 5th century BCE. Existing narratives cast the Greeks as the progenitors of classical art and architecture or rely on historical sources dating centuries after the fact to establish the Roman context. Author John North Hopkins, however, allows the material and visual record to play the primary role in telling the story of Rome’s origins, synthesizing important new evidence from recent excavations. Hopkins’s detailed account of urban growth and artistic, political, and social exchange establishes strong parallels with communities across the Mediterranean. From the late 7th century, Romans looked to increasingly distant lands for shifts in artistic production. By the end of the archaic period they were building temples that would outstrip the monumentality of even those on the Greek mainland. The book’s extensive illustrations feature new reconstructions, allowing readers a rare visual exploration of this fragmentary evidence.
Historical Awareness: how did the Romans arrive at their ideas about their own past? What motives and experiences shaped these ideas? Age of the Gracchi: what was the programme of the Gracchi? Why did the attempt to put it into practice cause the 'derailment' of political life in Rome? Crisis of the Republic: what were the basic factors underlying the crisis of the Republic during its hundred years of constant escalation? What was the role of the populares in these events? This volume is a collection of essays (some hitherto unpublished) and reviews written over 35 years, which attempt to find answers to important aspects of these questions.
In a broad sweep, the Greek Studies treat important moments in Greek history from its beginnings up to the 4th century BC. Working in collaboration with the Old Testament scholar Klaus Seybold from Basle, particular attention is paid first to the comparison with parallel developments in Israel/ Judaea in order to bring out what was characteristic of Greece history.A second focus is placed on the 4th century, with studies assessing Athenian democracy and evaluating the tyrantDionysius of Syracuse as a precursor of the Hellenistic monarchy. The final three papers on the history of scholarship are devoted principally to Jacob Burckhardt and Ulrich von Wilamowitz-Moellendorff.

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