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CH. Wirszubski
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Publisher: Cambridge University Press. Subjects: Ancient History, Classical Studies, Classical Studies (General)

Publisher: Cambridge University Press. Online publication date: August 2009. Print publication year: 1950. Online ISBN: 9780511518607. Subjects: Ancient History, Classical Studies, Classical Studies (General). Series: Cambridge Classical Studies. Recommend to librarian. This study describes the meaning of libertas as a political idea at Rome during the two hundred years or so between the Gracchi and Trajan, a period in which the Republican constitution gradually gave way and was finally superceded by the Principate which, in its own turn, considerably changed during the first century AD.

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Home Browse Books Book details, Libertas as a Political Idea at Rome during the. Libertas as a Political Idea at Rome during the Late Republic and Early Principate. This study is a revised version of a dissertation for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy submitted to the University of Cambridge in the year 1946. In the present version, besides some slight additions here and there, the section "What Libertas meant to Tacitus" has been added to chapter 5. In its original form, this study was written at Cambridge under the supervision of Professor F. E. Adcock.

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This study describes the meaning of libertas as a political idea at Rome during the two hundred years or so between the Gracchi and Trajan, a period in which the Republican constitution gradually gave way and was finally superceded by the Principate which, in its own turn, considerably changed during the first century AD.

Ideas of libertas were powerfully resonant in Roman political ideology (eg . Wirszubski, . Libertas as a Political Idea at Rome during the Late Republic and Early Principate (Cambridge, 1960)

Ideas of libertas were powerfully resonant in Roman political ideology (eg, Stylow 1972, Wirszubski 1960), particularly in moments of transitions of power. References Crawford, M. Roman Republican Coinage (Cambridge, 1974) 2 vols Kellner, . Libertas und Christogramm. Untersuchungen zur Münzprägung des Kaisers Magnentius (350-353) (Karlsruhe, 1968). Libertas as a Political Idea at Rome during the Late Republic and Early Principate (Cambridge, 1960).

Similar books and articles. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012. A Study in the Political System of the Late Republic. Historia Einzelschriften 12. Pp. 251. The Idea of Liberty C. Wirszubski: Libertas as a Political Idea at Rome During the Late Republic and Early Principate. ISBN: 978-1-107-02817-3.

This study describes the meaning of libertas as a political idea at Rome during the two hundred years or so between the Gracchi and Trajan, a period in which the Republican constitution gradually gave way and was finally superceded by the Principate which, in its own turn, considerably changed during the first century AD. Libertas, while identified with the republican constitution during the Republican period, continued to be a popular slogan and a constitutional principle under the Principate, and C H Wirszubski questions whether the political content of Roman libertas changed as the Roman constitution was transformed. He explores the general characteristics of libertas before engaging with both the background and the major points that were at issue, concluding his analysis with consideration of libertas in the context of the Principate. Originally published in the 1950s, Wirszubski's classic study has been digitally reprinted for a new generation of scholars.