11 edition of Marcus Crassus and the late Roman Republic found in the catalog.
|Statement||Allen Mason Ward.|
|LC Classifications||DG260.C73 W37|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 323 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||323|
|LC Control Number||76056794|
Febru Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase Allen M. Ward's book is on the life and political impact of Marcus Licinius Crassus during the Late Republic.
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While this is almost the only book available in English on Crassus, it is one that will likely not be surpassed by anyone anytime soon/5. Marcus Crassus and the Late Roman Republic. Published by University of Missouri Press Columbia and London First Edition () ISBN ISBN Marcus Crassus and the late Roman Republic (Book) Author: Ward, Allen Mason, Marcus Crassus and the late Roman Republic / Allen Mason Ward.
Format Book Published Columbia: University of Missouri Press, c Description vii, p. ; 24 cm. Notes Includes index. Bibliography: p.
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Written By: Marcus Licinius Crassus, (born c. bc—died 53), politician who in the last years of the Roman Republic formed the so-called First Triumvirate with Julius Caesar and Pompey to challenge effectively the power of the Senate.
His death led to the outbreak of the Civil War between Caesar and Pompey (49–45). Background: Crassus and the Late Republic. When considering Crassus today, you’d be forgiven for instantly thinking of some of his most famous vices; excessive greed, dishonourable methods and his miserable ending to name a few.
Yet this powerful man was one of, if not the key player, in shaping the late Roman Republic. Marcus Crassus and the late Roman Republic. Allen Mason Ward. Gelzer Geschichte Hist Historia Holmes hoped Hortensius ibid Journal of Roman L. Taylor Latomus Lentulus Lepidus Lucullus Manilius Marcus Crassus Marius Metellus Pius Miinzer Murena Piso Plut Plutarch political Pomp Pompey Pompey and Caesar Pompey About Google Books.
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Marcus Crassus and the late Roman Republic. The preliminary struggle with Pompey, B.C. -- Pompey's return and the "first triumvirate.". Allen Mason Ward. Marcus Licinius Crassus was one of the leading forces behind the politics of the late Roman republic.
Having achieved great wealth after Sulla's proscriptions, he was a major economic power to be reckoned with among his fellow senators.5/5(2). Crassus arranged to govern the Roman province of Syria, with the transparent intention of going to war with Parthia.
In fact, he set out on a war against Parthia, using his own money, and without the Senate's official approval. After being informed of the presence of the Parthian army, Crassus : BC, Roman Republic. to-read (17 people), ancient-rome (1 person), calibre-books (1 person), ancient-history (1 person), biografi (1 person), klassisk (1 person), school.
Allen M. Ward's book is on the life and political impact of Marcus Licinius Crassus during the Late Republic. Crassus was a venerated member of the Roman nobilitas who was always a behind-the-scenes power broker in Rome and never really in agreement with his fellow patricians.5/5.
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Marcus Crassus and the Late Roman Republic by Allen Mason Ward (): Books - ews: 1. Books Division. Chicago Distribution Center. SUBSCRIBE. LOG IN SEARCH. Search in: Advanced Classical Philology A Journal Devoted to Research in Classical Antiquity. Marcus Licinius Crassus was born towards the end of the Roman Republic, a contemporary more or less with Cicero, Pompey and Caesar.
He has always been overshadowed by those contemporaries in writings on the people and times, and this book is an effort to redress the balance and place Marcus Crassus in context as an important figure in his own right/5(3).
Biography. Tertulla had had a childless marriage to one of Marcus Crassus brothers before being widowed and subsequently married to him, (either his elder brother Publius who died around 88 BC or his younger brother who died some time between 87–86 BC) this was highly unusual at the time in Rome but reflected well on her husband as it was considered dutiful and : Rome.
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xi + ; 1 map. London and Columbia: University of Missouri Press, $ - Volume 29 Issue 2 - J. Leach. Marcus Licinius Crassus ( - 53 BC) was the son of a Censor and of a prestigious Plebeian family. While of the highest order of equestrian social standing, the Crassus family was of modest wealth, comparable to others of the same order.
Crassus, his son Publius, and most of his army of seven legions — as many as 40, men — were to die in the sands of Parthia. The Battle of Carrhae went down as one of Rome's worst military catastrophes.
Ateius Capito's execration of Crassus before Carrhae became almost proverbial as an example of the successful curse with unintended consequences. "One. Marcus Licinius Crassus was one of the leading Roman businessmen and politicians in the late days of the Roman republic. He played a key role in the transformation of the Roman Republic into the Roman Empire.
He amassed a lot of money and wealth during his lifetime; he is the richest man in Roman. Marcus Crassus was a Roman politician who contributed to the fall of the Roman Republic.
In his beginnings, he was raised in a small house with six other people. Marrying a widowed woman he would have two children and live a well-ordered life. He was a. Marcus Crassus and the late Roman Republic. University of Missouri Press, Phoenix 32 () –; Christian Meier Caesar, translated by David McLintock.
BasicBooks. – To balance an historical tradition generally hostile toward Crassus, see T.J. Cadoux Marcus Crassus: a revaluation. Greece & Rome 3 – ↑ : BC, Roman Republic. Marcus Crassus and the late Roman Republic by Allen Mason Ward (Book); Seven Roman Statesmen of the later republic: The Gracchi.
Sulla. Crassus. Cato. Pompey. Cæsar by Charles Oman (Book); The defeat of Rome in the East: Crassus, the Parthians, and the disastrous battle of Carrhae, 53 BC by Gareth C Sampson (Book). There is Cicero who when speaking of Crassus often just refers to a "Crassus" but when he speaks of the actually Crassus Dives, he uses the term "dives" so as to distinguish between the two.
Further there is Marcus Crassus and the Late Roman Republic, a very good book, which notes the signifcant differences between Crassus's family and the. B.A. Marshall: Crassus, A Political Biography, Amstelodami anno Allen Mason Ward: Marcus Crassus and the late Roman Republic, Columbia/Miss.
AnnoISBN Antecessores. This animated historical documentary video discusses how one of the wealthiest men in history - Marcus Licinius Crassus became so rich during the era of the Late Roman Republic and features other.
MARCUS CRASSUS AND THE LATE ROMAN REPUBLIC. University of Missouri Press, Columbia, Missouri, pg Ward A. MARCUS CRASSUS AND THE LATE ROMAN REPUBLIC.
University of Missouri Press, Columbia, Missouri, pg Ward A. MARCUS CRASSUS AND THE LATE ROMAN REPUBLIC. University of Missouri. As the Ancient Encyclopedia explains, the three men of the triumvirate — Julius Caesar, Pompey the Great, and Marcus Crassus — put aside their personal animosity to try to bring political order to the chaos of the late Roman Republic (although if you've read Shakespeare's Julius Caesar, you might know that this plan, uh, doesn't work out).Author: Benito Cereno.
So, I've looked via JSTOR for an article that focuses on Crassus, and found some, but none of them discusses his date of birth. The question might arise in Magistrates of the Roman Republic by T. Broughton, but I don't have access to this at home.
Marcus Licinius Crassus (c. BC - 53 BC) was an Ancient Roman general and politician and an important figure in the late was a contemporary of Julius Caesar and Pompey the Great, with whom he formed the First Triumvirate, an alliance which saw the trio dominate the Republic in the 50s BC.
Crassus made his mark as a fellow conspirator of the dictator Sulla .