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Author Kendall, Seth, 1975-, author.

Title The struggle for Roman citizenship : Romans, allies, and the wars of 91-77 BCE / Seth Kendall.

Published Piscataway, NJ Gorgias Press, 2013.


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bail  937.05 KEND    AVAILABLE
Physical description 944 pages : illustrations, maps.
Series Gorgias studies in classical and late antiquity ; 2
Gorgias studies in classical and late antiquity ; 2.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents The nature of the evidence -- Causes of Italian desires for the Roman citizenship -- The sparks to light the flame -- The ignition of hostilities -- War in Earnest, 90 BCE -- Imperfect defeat and incomplete victory, 89-88 -- New citizens: Marius, Sulpicius, Sulla, and the march on Rome -- Progress and the promises of Cinna -- The return of Sulla and the Civil War -- The end of the struggle- the dictatorship of Sulla and its consequences -- Epilogue: Romans old and new -- Appendices: A. The allied embassy of 91 -- B. The debate over the inclusion of the allies in the redistribution of the ager publicus by Tiberius Gracchus -- C. The date and purpose of the expulsion law of M. Junius Pennus -- D. The ius adipiscendi civitatem Romanum per magistratum -- E. M. livius drusus and the outbreak of the allied war -- F. Some questions concerning the investigators sent by Rome in to allied territory, 91 BCE -- G. The chronology of the periochae of Livy -- H. The Italian commanders -- I. Appian and the ordering of events of the Allied War -- J. Some notes on Sextus Julius Caesar's defeat of the Paeligni in 90 BCE -- K. Marius, Sulla, Messala, and the battle of the vineyards, 90 BCE -- L. The nature and timing of Ieges Calpurniae and the Iex Julia -- M. The battles in the neighborhood of Asculum, early 89 BCE -- N. Cinna, Caecilius Cornutus, and Metellus Pius -- O. Some details about Sulla's march through southern Italy, 89 BCE -- P. The acquisition of the civitas by the rest of the allies and the Iex Plautia Papiria -- Q. The unusual consular candidacy of C. Julius Caesar Vopiscus -- R. The military career of P. Sulpicius Rufus -- S. The chronology for the end of the trials conducted by Cinna and Marius -- T. Cinna and his unredeemed promise to the former allies, 87-86 -- U. Ancona and the sentiments of the novi cives -- V. Q. Sertorius and the affair of Suessa Aurunca.
Subject Sulla, Lucius Cornelius.
Citizenship -- Rome.
Rome -- History, Military -- 265-30 B.C.
Rome -- History -- Social War, 90-88 B.C.
ISBN 9781611434873 (hardback)