CL 1RH: ROMAN HISTORY

This module investigates the mid- and late Republican history of Rome (2nd century BC to late first century BC), a period marked by profound socio-political changes which ultimately led to the crisis of the Republican institutions. It introduces students to the main types of evidence for ancient history and to modern methodological approaches. Aims: This module aims to provide students with a general knowledge and understanding of the history of the Roman Republic from the 2nd century BC to the late 1st century BC. The module aims at introducing students to the main types of evidence for ancient history and to various modern methodologies, while developing their critical understanding of Rome’s Republican history.

Term(s) offered: Spring term module; 20 [10 ECTS credits]
Credit: 3.0
General Education: II B 1 or III B 2