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Römische Geschichte

Volume 2

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  • Date Published: May 2010
  • availability: Available
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9781108012584

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  • The first edition of Barthold Georg Niebuhr's History of Rome was published in Berlin in 1811–1812, while the author was teaching at the new university there. The early part of the nineteenth century saw important developments in philological scholarship in Germany, and Niebuhr's international career as a statesman and scholar reflected Germany's new-found confidence in the wider world. Niebuhr later revised his work and a third volume was added in 1832; given the pace of scholarship during this period, these first two volumes constitute something of a work in progress. Although many of Niebuhr's theories have since been disproved, others had a lasting impact both on classical scholarship and on the broader understanding of history as an academic discipline. Volume 2 covers the period from the death of Spirius Cassius, ending with the Latin War and dictatorship of Publilius.

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    • Date Published: May 2010
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9781108012584
    • length: 588 pages
    • dimensions: 216 x 33 x 140 mm
    • weight: 0.74kg
    • contains: 1 map
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Einleitung
    1. Verfassung Roms seit errichtung des tribunats
    2. Innere geschichte von Cassius tod bis auf das decemvirat
    3. Der vejentische, die volskischen und aquischen kriege
    4. Volkszahlungen
    5. Die ersten decemvirn und die zwölf tafeln
    6. Das zweite decemvirat
    7. Herstellung und begrundung der volksfreyheit
    8. Innere geschichte bis auf den vejentischen krieg
    9. Die kriege bis zum Ausbruch des letzten vejentischen
    10. Vom Anfang des letzten vejentischen bis zum gallischen kriege
    11. Vom den Celten und ihrer einwanderung in Italien
    12. Der gallische krieg und die einnahme Roms
    13. Rom nach der räumung
    14. Die kriege des zeitraums von herstellung der stadt bis zur staatsveränderung von 389
    15. Innere geschichte bis zum jahr 378
    16. Die licinischen rogationen
    17. Das agrarische recht
    Fortsetzung von den licinischen rogationem
    18. Die neuen curulischen würden des jahrs 389
    19. Innere geschichte bis zur volligen befestigung des plebejischen consulats
    20. Ueber den unzialinsfuss
    21. Fortesessung der abgebrochenen inneren geschichte
    22. Kriegsgeschichte von 389 bis 411
    23. Rom im bunde mit Latium
    24. Der erste samnitische krieg
    25. Der Latinsche krieg
    26. Die Gesesse des dictators Q. Publilius
    Anhang.

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    Barthold Georg Niebuhr

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