5 edition of Conspiracy of Catiline, and The Jugurthine War found in the catalog.
Conspiracy of Catiline, and The Jugurthine War
Microfiche (negative). Toronto : University of Toronto Library, Preservation Services, 1989. 2 microfiches.
|Series||Handy literal translations|
|Contributions||Watson, J. S. 1804-1884.|
|LC Classifications||PA6654 E5 W3 1860|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||200|
About the Author. Sallust (Gaius Sallustius Crispus), ( BC), was a Roman principal works are theBellum Catilinae, on the conspiracy of Catiline and his account of the Jugurthine War, Bellum Jugurthinum. "About this title" may belong to another edition of this title/5(K). His works include a history of the Jugurthine war (a late second-century BC African conflict that punctuated Rome's own internal struggles), an account of the Catilinarian conspiracy, and fragments of a history that once described the 70s and 60s BC/5(4).
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The Jugurthine War tells the story of the crafty Numidian, Jugurtha, his brutal lunge for power beginning in B.C. and his capture and execution in B.C. It is a tale of pitched battles and savage guerilla warfare, failed peace conferences and corrupt officials, treachery and heroism. Sallust is the earliest known Roman historian with surviving works to his name, of which we have Catiline's War (about the conspiracy in 63 BC of L. Sergius Catilina), The Jugurthine War (about Rome's war against the Numidians from to BC), .
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The first takes us to the year 63 B.C. as it discusses the corruption of Catiline. The second is a brief yet fascinating monograph describing the war in Numida betweenAuthor: Sallust.
The Jugurthine War: [and] The conspiracy of Catiline (Penguin classics, L) Paperback – January 1, by/5(14). 9 rows Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. By: Gaius Sallustius Crispus (Sallust) ( BC) The Catiline Conspiracy and The Jugurthine War are the two separate surviving works of the historian commonly known as “Sallust”.
Nearly contemporary to the events he describes, he is supposed to have been a retired officer of Caesar’s army. “Catiline” contains the history of the memorable year Sallust's book documents two important historical events in the Roman Empire, the Jurgatine War and the Conspiracy of Catiline.
They occur at a time the Romans had acquired great comfort in their lives. Sallust describes this comfort as having a detrimental effect on Roman society with money more important than glory.
The Catiline Conspiracy and the Jugurthine War are the two separate surviving works of the historian commonly known as "Sallust". Nearly contemporary to the events he describes, he is supposed to have been a retired officer of Caesar's army.
The solution to this problem seems to be that human nature is a complex phenomenon, and that man is capable of both brute carnality and intellectual honesty, depending on the chemical swings of the moment without totally compromising his a part of Sallust's work has survived, most notably his history of the war against Jugurthine, an able North African monarch, and the /5(5).
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Nearly contemporary to the events he describes, he is supposed to have been a retired officer of Caesar’s army/5(K). Now, Catiline's conspiracy and the Jugurthine War are interesting historical foo Sallust is a curious writer. His inability to concentrate on his subject leads to unclear passages, narrative meandering, factual inaccuracies, and emotional tangents in the rhetoric/5.
The Conspiracy of Catiline, also known as The War of Catiline, (Latin: De coniuratione Catilinae or Bellum Catilinae) is the first history published by the Roman historian chronicles the attempted overthrow of the government by the bankrupt aristocrat Catiline in 63 BC in what has been usually called the Catiline conspiracy or Second Catilinarian conspiracy.
war. His ﬁrst monograph tells the story of Catiline’s conspiracy (63 bc), an event that he considered ‘especially memorable because of the unprecedented nature of the crime and the danger it caused’ (C ). In his second monograph, he takes up the history of the Jugurthine War, a period from to bc, ‘ﬁrst because it was.
Sallust's Conspiracy of Catiline and the Jugurthine War: Literally Translated, with Explanatory Notes (An Introduction by Edward Brooks) Watson, John Selby Published by David McKay, Publisher ().
The History of Catiline's Conspiracy, and the Jugurthine War. With a new translation of Cicero's four Orations against Catiline. To which is prefixed, the Life of Sallust.
The Jugurthine War offers a graphic depiction of the war against the king of Numidia, highlighting the power struggles in Rome and the brutal battles in Africa. A wide-ranging introduction sets Sallust and his works in their turbulent historical context, and considers their achievements as both history and : Oxford University Press, USA.Catiline's Conspiracy, The Jugurthine War, Histories (Oxford World's Classics series) by Sallust.
'the glory of wealth and physical beauty is fluid and fragile; but virtue is held brilliant and eternal'The Roman historian Sallust lived through troubled times.CONSPIRACY OF CATILINE AND THE JUGURTHINE WAR LITERALLY TRANSLATED WITH EXPLANATORY NOTES BY THE REV.
JOHN SELBY WATSON, M.A. CONSPIRACY OF CATILINE. THE ARGUMENT. The Introduction, I.-IV. The character of Catiline, V. Virtues of the ancient Romans, VI.-IX. Degeneracy of their posterity, X.-XIII.