The Roman Revolution (CLAS*3010) | College of Arts

The Roman Revolution (CLAS*3010)

Code and section: CLAS*3010*01

Term: Winter 2020

Instructor: A. Sherwood


An examination of the collapse of the Roman Republic and the development of the Imperial government under Augustus. The paradox of the external power and inner instability of Rome.

Calendar course descriptions with pre-requisites and restrictions can be found in the Undergraduate Calendar

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