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CLCV 2420 Week 1 and 2 Notes

by: Casey Fatzinger

CLCV 2420 Week 1 and 2 Notes CLCV 2420

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Notes from Week one and two. Comedy, Government, Society, Readings
Great Roman Minds
Dr. Philip Peek
Class Notes
Roman, Livy, Classic Civilization, CLCV, Bowling Green, Peek




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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Casey Fatzinger on Friday January 22, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to CLCV 2420 at Bowling Green State University taught by Dr. Philip Peek in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 43 views. For similar materials see Great Roman Minds in Classical Studies at Bowling Green State University.

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Date Created: 01/22/16
Tuesday January 19 Notes Livy first Century BC  Aneus fled from Troy ended up in Italy  Foundation 753 BC of Rome  Romulus and Remus would take over king  The Wolf may have been a woman or prostitute according to Livy Lucritia  753- 509BC Rome ruled by Monarchy  Lucritia gets raped by Sextus the Kings son  She feels guilty and unpure and kills herself because she doesn’t want other women to look at her and see that it is ok to have an affair Gias Mucius  “left hand man” looses hand in war by having it burned off makes the mistake of killing the secretary instead of who he was supposed to kill Cincinnatus  farmer  mostly power associated with wealth that is why he is unique  Cincinnati named after them A dictatorship makes decisive action gets to choose a second in command 1) The two main classes are the Patricians and Plebeians. The Patricians owned land and businesses and held offices. The Plebeians with the small farmers, craftsmen and soldiers. 2) From 509-287 B.C. the Plebeians gained the right to intermarry, right to priesthoods, and colonization to solve land problems. From 287- 135B.C. there is peace between the orders, a new order rises called the Equestrians that was made up of bankers, merchants and entrepreneurs, and senators became richer and own more land. From 135-31 B.C. Italians gain Roman citizenship, you no longer have to own land to become a soldier, proletariats can now join, and internal and external turmoil marked the period from slave revolts and civil wars. 3) The first is derision theory an example of this would be Charlie Chaplin's films, disappointment theory like in the movie Dogma when Cris Rock falls out of the sky nude you think he is dead but he is actually alive and the 13th apostle, contrast and incongruity like in the Moulin Rouge when Nicole Kidman sings Diamonds are a girls best friend and exaggerates her needs for the finer things while being the top courtesan, comic exaggeration like the three stooges, and jests and puns like Family Guy lots of humorous bodily functions in that show. 4) The senate's functions are the administration of public lands, finance and administer foreign policy. The assemblies elect censors, declare war and peace and have legislative functions. The officers had different offices that could be held the censors took census, and oversaw public morals, consuls presided over Senate and praetors were the judicial officers.


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