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Caesars Monarchie und das Principat des Pompejus

Caesars Monarchie und das Principat des Pompejus
Innere Geschichte Roms von 66 Bis 44 V. Chr.

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  • Date Published: June 2011
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  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9781108032681

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  • Eduard Meyer (1855–1930) was a distinguished German historian of antiquity whose interests spanned ancient Greece, Rome and Egypt. After his doctoral studies he worked as private tutor for the British consul general in Constantinople. He lectured on ancient history at various German universities and became a professor at Berlin University (1902–23), where he was appointed rector in 1919. This book on the origins of the Roman Empire was first published in 1918; this reissue reproduces the 1922 third printing. It describes the rise of Pompey and his relations with Caesar and Crassus, the rift between Pompey and Caesar, and the civil war. Meyer analyses Caesar's ambitions, the interventions of Sallust and Cicero, and the socio-economic and military situation of the Roman empire under Caesar, before describing the conspiracy that led to his murder. He supports his arguments by close reference to contemporary Latin sources.

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    • Date Published: June 2011
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9781108032681
    • length: 652 pages
    • dimensions: 216 x 140 x 37 mm
    • weight: 0.82kg
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Vorwort zur ersten Auflage
    Vorwort zur zweiten Auflage
    1. Das Principat des Pompejus: Emporkommen und Persönlichkeit des Pompejus
    2. Umtriebe des Crassus und Caesar. Die Verschwörungen Catilinas
    3. Pompejus' Rückkehr und Bedrängnis
    4. Pompejus' Koalition mit Caesar und Crassus
    5. Caesars Consulat
    6. Ciceros Verbannung
    7. Clodius und Pompejus
    8. Pompejus, Cicero und der Senat
    9. Die Konferenz von Luca und ihre Folgen
    10. Das zweite Consulat des Pompejus und Crassus
    11. Das Principat des Pompejus und Ciceros Bücher vom Staat
    12. Pompejus und die Anarchie
    13. Fortgang der Anarchie. Pompejus' dritte Consulat
    14. Vorbereitung des Bruchs mit Caesar
    15. Marcus Marcellus und die Republikaner gegen Caesar
    16. Der Bruch zwischen Pompejus und Caesar
    17. Die letzten Verhandlungen
    18. Eröffnung und Verlauf des Bürgerkriegs
    19. Caesars Monarchie: Caedar bei den neueren Historikern
    20. Persönlichkeit und Ziele Caesars
    21. Caesars Machtmittel und Anhänger
    22. Die nächsten Aufgaben. Sallusts erste Schrift an Caesar
    23. Caesars Massregeln im Jahre 49
    24. Wirren in Rom während Caesars Abwesenheit
    25. Caesars Rückkehr im Sommer 47
    26. Beendigung des Bürgerkriegs. Caesars Triumphe
    27. Sallusts zweite Schrift an Caesar
    28. Caesar und die Parteien. Ciceros Dankrede für Marcellus' Begnadigung
    29. Caesars Gesetzgebung im Jahre 46
    30. Rom während des spanischen Kriegs. Caesar und Cicero. Die Schriften über Cato
    31. Caesars Rückkehr aus Spanien. Ehrungen und Attentatspläne
    32. Caesars Ziele. Die absolute Monarchie
    33. Die Welteroberung
    34. Caesars Armee
    35. Das Reich. Kolonien. Latiner und Bürger
    36. Die Hauptstadt. Kulturaufgaben
    37. Die Finanzen
    38. Caesars Gehilfen
    39. Die Begründung des Gottkönigtums Caesars
    40. Die Opposition und die Verschwörung
    41. Caesar Ermordung
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