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The Roman Republic

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This is an interdisciplinary introduction to the Roman Republic, including history, myth, architecture, sculpture, and literature.

This is an interdisciplinary introduction to the Roman Republic, including history, myth, architecture, sculpture, and literature.

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  • 1. The Roman Republic 509-27 BCE
  • 2. Foundation Myths
  • 3. The Capitoline She-Wolf, c. 500 BCE (Estruscan)
  • 4. The Rape of the Sabine Women Nicolas Poussin, 1635
  • 5. The Intervention of the Sabine Women Jacques-Louis David, 1799
  • 6. Tarquinius and Lucretia Titian, 1571
  • 7. Lucretia Lucas Cranach the Elder, 1533
  • 8. Patricians and Plebeians
  • 9. Roman Expansion
  • 10. Hannibal Crossing the Alps on an Elephant Nicolas Poussin, 1626
  • 11. Power Struggles
  • 12. Bust of Pompey the Great, 30-50 CE
  • 13. The Murder of Caesar Karl Theodor von Piloty, 1865
  • 14. Architecture
  • 15. Temple of “Fortuna Virilis” (Portunus), 2nd-1st c. BCE
  • 16. Pont du Gard, Nîmes, France, 1st c. BCE-1st c. CE
  • 17. Sculpture
  • 18. A Roman Patrician with Busts of His Ancestors, Late 1st c. BCE
  • 19. Poetry
  • 20. Catullus at Lesbia’s Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema, 1865
  • 21. Lesbia Weeping Over a Sparrow Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema, 1866