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Week 9-10 Notes HY 101

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Week 9-10 Notes HY 101 HY 101

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These notes cover Weeks 9-10 Notes which include information on: Alexander the Great, Hellenistic Kingdoms, Battle of Cannae, Triumvirates, Caesar, Augustus, Plebeian Assembly, Rome vs. Carthage,...
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Western Civilization Pt 4 Hellenistic Society/Culture:  Replace old elites > more open system, more opportunity  Greek culture in cities: citizen participation, Greek art, learning, religious festivals  Difference- no longer city-states with local parties= all centralized around a king Hellenistic Art  Nike =goddess of victory  Great Altar at Pergamum Philosophy  Cynics-Diogenes-attachment to things of this world is the source of evil and unhappiness  Epicureans-Epicurus- focus on pleasure to escape pain or life - Live simply, stay away from politics, concentrate on friendships  Stoics-Zeno- Happiness in accepting your role in the universe; both pleasure and pain to be excited Sciences  Egypt: Euclid (ca.300 BCE)  Wrote standard textbook of geometry used until 20 centuryh  Eratosthenes, calculated the circumference used until 20 century  Syracuse (Sicily): Archimedes - Eureka! =I have found it!  Calculated pi  Archimedes screw  The catapult  “the claw” PTOLEMAIC EGYPT  Alexandria- intellectual center of the Mediterranean  The Museum- shrine to the Muses of art, music, and literature - The library-half a million papyrus scrolls - Scholars subsidized by the King Rome- “City-State to World Empire” Western Civilization  Carthaginians  Greek colonies  Etruscans Carthaginians- from 6 BCE  Phoenicians (“Punic”)  Multiethnic empire  Mainly mercenary army  Profit sharing Etruscan- Social Structure Etruscan religion Magna Garcia  Emphasis on Ritual  Neopolis (“New city”) = Naples  Magic  Transition to Etruscan and Rome - Alphabet - Greek Gods - Art and Architecture - Literature Myths and Legends of Early Rome  Romulus and Remus and the She-Wolf Early Rome- social organization th  8 c. BCE- Alban League  Gens; gentes- clans- family groups claiming descent from one ancestor (>” patricians”)  Plebeians (plebs)- families not organized into Jentes The Roman Family Gens Familia *paterfamilias = head of household Patra potestes History of Rome Monarchy (753- 509 BCE) Roman Republic (509-27 BCE) Roman Empire (27 BCE-476 BCE) Monarchy- political system  King (rex)  Senate- assembly of elders (senex)  Village council (curia)  Clientage- free men rely on more powerful patrons for protection, in exchange for political support  Mid-7 century BCE- Etruscans absorb Latium  Etruscan engineers drain marshes, fortify Capitoline hill  Rome becomes trading center and military strategic point Foundation of the Republic  Etruscan deadline  509 BCE: Romans expel last king- Tarquin the Proud  Rome is Res publica- public property Lucius Junius Brutus Roman Republic Is not a direct democracy  Two consuls – serve one-year term  Veto- “I forbid”  Praetors- administer justice  Quaestors- control finances Consuls Powers of the King  Military Command- imperium (power to command, impose the death penalty)  Judicial Power- fasces  Lictors (body guards)- 24 for the kings; 12 each for consul Roman Senate Monarchy: - Heads of Families Advisors to king Republic: - Advisors to Officials - Foreign Policy - Finance Roman Assembly (legislative branch)  Male citizen  Elect consuls and Praetors  Pass laws  Make war Cursus honorum = “cause of honors”- political career- rise through the offices Dictator  Extraordinary and temporary  Emergency (foreign invasion)  Full royal power free of all veto Censors  Determine taxes  Take census of citizens and property  Decide membership of senate *STRUGGLE OF THE ORFERS*  Plebeians left out of new system > strike  Found their own system  494 BCE- elect magistrates called tribunes Powers of the Tribune----- does not have Lictors (bodyguards)  Power to convene assembly  Power of intercession  Power of veto  Sacrosanct- sacred, untouchable Illegal to harm him; can face death penalty  471 BCE- Create their own council with laws - Binding on all plebs  Ca, 450 BCE- The Twelve Tables  445 BCE- law permitting marriage between plebeians and patricians  367 BCE plebeians can hold consulship - Magistrates and priesthoods open to plebeians  287 BCE- decision of plebeian assembly become binding Roman Expansion in Italy  Roman Expansion in Italy  Economical Needs (Land and Food)  Political drive for land  Military Discipline  396 BCE- Etruscan city of Veii  330’s BCE- defeat other Italian cities, permit to become citizens or allies  265 BCE- King Pyrrhus of Epirus - “Pyrrhic victory” Rome vs. Carthage Punic  First Punic War (264- 241 BCE) - Acquire Sicily, Corsica and Sardinia  Second Punic War (218- 202 BCE) - Hamilcar Barca and Panema Tebia-218 BCE Lake Trasimene- 217 BCE Battle of Cannae-216 BCE  Rome survives for 3 reasons - Allies stay loyal - Solidarity- put aside class difference - Hannibal logistical support from Carthage  Fabius “the Delayer”  Publius Cornelius Scipio - Zama, south of Carthage 202 BCE - “Scipio Africanus” Third Punic War (149-146 BCE) – when Carthage is completely destroyed  Carthage defenda est – Cato------ (Carthage must be destroyed) The Effects of the Punic Wars  Rise of the Senate  Ecological decimation of Italy  Peasants oppressed by war taxes  Inflation from tribute  Rise of latifunda- large plantations - Peasants leave for cities > urban poor Rome and Hellenistic World  Macedonian Wars (215-168 BCE) - Frist Wars- allies of Hannibal - Second Wars- warring Greek states asked to intercede - Third War- Macedon revolts- Corinth destroyed  By 146 BCE, Rome in control of both west and east Mediterranean Encounter with Hellenistic Culture  Victors bring home loot: statues and paintings  Ideas: literature, art, philosophy, rhetoric  Livius Andronicus translates Greek dramas into Latin (ca.240 BCE)  “corruption” of the Roman virtues  Graecia capta ferum victorem cept (Horace) --- culture victory Consequences of imperial expansion  Roman civilization changed by conquests - Richer- affects social equality - Exposure to more sophisticated civilization - Must administer large territory - Magistrates in foreign provinces no longer understand senatorial oversight Social and Economic Crisis of the 2 ndcentury BCE  Problems - Conscript Army - Urban Proletarized--- Urban poor - Italian allies  200-100 BCE> increasing will strife will destroy Republic Revolts  Provinces: 120-63 BCE- King Mittridates-uprising spread to Greece  Allies:91-81 BCB (Social War) ----- War of the Allies  Slaves:136-132 Sicily REVOLTS 74-71BCE- Spartacus (Gladiators Revolt) *The Gracchi: [Tiberius & Gaius Gracchus] (REMEMBER: Tiberius and Gracchus were two brother who tried to bring reform to Rome and restore small farms to the poor)  POPULARES- political leaders appealing to the masses  133 BCE tribune Tiberius tries to pass land reform - Lex Sempronia Agraria  123 BCE Gaius becomes tribune - Alliance with Equestrians (equites) vs. optimates - Grain Law - Supported citizenship for the Italians Similarities to Pericles and Cleisthenes Gaius Marias  Jugurithe Wars  “novus homo”- new man  Eliminated property requirement for army  Promised soldiers land  Oath of loyalty to commander--------- Problem: loyalty to one man; not Rome  Elected consul 7x  Social War (91-89 BCE) - socii = allies - Rome grants citizenships to all Italians 89 BCE Everyone can earn citizenship Problem: 35 voting tribes and bot everyone’s vote is being counted  Corfinium  Cornelius Sulla- consul  Sulla- optimates vs Marius- populares st  Sulla 1 march on Rome- soldier’s loyalty to commander  Civil war > 2 nd march on Rome  Sulla- dictator 82-91 BCE - proscriptions: make somebody an enemy, where your name is put on this list where anyone can kill you and take your property - doubles Senate to 600 - Reduces authority of tribune - takes jury from equites  Sulla retires Cataline conspiracy- 63 BCE o Marcus Tilliuvus Cicero ------------ really believes in the Republic  TRIUMVIRATE - trium-vin (three man) - alliance 60 BCE  3 military commanders: - Pompey - Crassus - Julius Caesar FIRST TRIUMVIRATE  59 BCE Caesar elected consul- Bib ulus  58 BCE commander of Cisalpine Gaul  Gallic wars  53 BCE Crassus died in Syria; 52 Pompey sol conduct  49 BCE Senate relieved Caesar of his command  Crosses the Rubican “ Alea iacta est”  Civil War- Pompey vs. Caesar Caesar meets Cleopatra VII  Cleopatra and Caesarian Julius Caesar  Increased number of magistrates  Enlarges senate to 900  Founded colonies with veterans  44 BCE consul with general Marcus Antonius  Declared himself dictator for life The Ides of March  March 15, 44 BCE  Assassinated by Cassius and Brutus  Et tu, Brutue?  Kai su, teknon; = You to, my child? The Roman Republic 509- 44 BCE SECOND TRIUMVIRATE  Mark Antony, Marcus Lepidus, and Caesar’s adopted son Octavian  Destroy Caesars enemies- Proscriptions  42 BCE: defeat Cassius and Brutus at Philippi in Macedonia  Antony- east, Lepidus- Africa, Octavian- Italy and the west Octavian  18, no experience, poor health  Gaius Octavius > G. Julius Caesar Octavinatus  Lepidus forced out; Antony dependent on Cleopatra  31 BCE * Battle of Actium* The Triumph of Octavian – January 11, 29 BCE The Age of Augustus (the reveredon) - Settlement of 27 BCE------- End of the Republican - “Restoration of the Republic” - (*Remember: The Republic has always benefited the elites, never the normal people) The Triumph of Octavian- January 11, 29 BCE The Age of Augustus  Settlement of 27 BC  “Restoration of the Republic” Titles - Augustus - Princeps- “leading man” = Principate - Imperator (“greater imperium”) = holder of the emperor Powers of a tribune but greater Augustan Reform:  Senate-1000 to 600  Equites-military officers, administrators; no longer tax collection or judicial matters  Army - sent veternas to colonies - paid pensions from his own wealth  Established personal military corps- praetorian guard - within the city when they’re not at war Whenever there is a bad emperor, they assassinate him, or raise one that’s been neglected  Augustus Patron of the People - found Rome a city of Brick and left it a city of marble - creates a fire department - Creates a police force  Augustus as Priest (Pontifex Maximus)  Religion Revival - Ara Pacis- Altar of Peace The Achievements of Augustus  Revival of Rome  Social program  Economic change  Military affairs  Administration of empire  *Peace* Roman Empire After Augustus  Tiberius (14-37 BCE) - General- didn’t have Augustus attitude  Caligula (37-41 CE) - allowed the head of the - Tiberius nephew Praetorian guard, Sejanus, to help rule - Gaius (real name) - sick and erratic - first emperor to be killed by Praetorian guards Claudius and Nero  Imperial guard raised Claudius to be a puppet emperor but he’s not stupid  Rules successfully - extends port Succeeded by Nero  Nero is assassinated also  Blamed for big fire in Rome, but he wasn’t to blame  House of Gold - Colossus  Not interested in the state, he wants to be an artist; Rome is disgusted  He has his slave kill him, because he’s deemed a public enemy 60-61 Revolt in Britain  Iceni- Boudicca Vespasian and the Jewish War 69-79 CE  Establishes the Flavian Dynasty  Destroys second Temple of Jerusalem, because the Jews are revolting Masada  Flavius Josephus  Mass suicide because they did not want to submit to Rome Diaspora  people being moved from their homes - Ex: Philippine Diaspora or African Diaspora Flavian Dynasty----*First dynasty established after Augustus  Vespasian (69-79)  Titus (79-81)  Domitian (81-96) 79 CE-Pompeii - Villa de Papyri Colosseum- named the Flavian amphitheater  Aqueducts Roman springs  Hypocaust or hot springs Via Apia - one of the earliest roads leading into Rome


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