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LATN 281/332: Sallust

Spring Semester 2008

denarius of L. Furius Cn. f. Brocchus: Ceres obv, curule chair & fasces rev, 63BC, Rome

An Italian who crossed the high threshold into Roman office, a well-connected player, an unsuccessful military leader, an exploitative provincial governor, an idiosyncratic stylist, a pungent judge of all that stank in Roman politics and policy - Sallust points the way to a critical investigation of late-Republican government and historiography.

Our work together will pursue three main aims (plus the fourth, of having fun with them):

TTh 8:30-9:45 AM
Crown Center 572 --NEW LOCATION--
Dr. Jacqueline Long

Office Hours

TTh 11:15am-12:00noon, Crown Center 579; or by appointment
Crown Center 579


Policies and Assessment

Schedule of Reading Assignments and Topics

Internet resources

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Revised 16 January 2008 by jlong1@luc.edu