By Dr John Rich, John Rich, Graham Shipley
This quantity specializes in the altering dating among war and the Roman citizen physique, from the Republic, while conflict used to be on the middle of Roman existence, via to the Principate, whilst it was once limited to specialist squaddies and growth mostly ceased, and at last directly to the past due Empire and the Roman army's eventual failure.
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2 See Mattingly 1945, 73–4 (and cf. Crawford 1974, 715). 3 See Harris 1979, 38–9; Oakley 1985. The Roman conquest of Italy 31 explanation of later Roman imperialism. Postumius Megellus enhanced his own personal prestige by triumphing in 294, despite the opposition of the senate, also points to this (10. 37. 1 Roman aggression? Hungry for booty and slaves, in great need of fresh land, and impelled forward by an ideology of victory and an annual rhythm of warfare, the Romans around 300 can scarcely be regarded as fighting only to protect the fatherland.
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345/4: vowing and dedication of temple of Juno Moneta (7. 28. 4–6). 338: Maenius places the rostra captured at Antium in the comitium (8. 14. 1 311: Appian Way and aqueduct started (9. 29. 6). 310/9: Samnite spoils used to decorate the forum (9. 40. 16). 306: Via Valeria begun (9. 43. 25). 305: dedication of simulacrum to Hercules (9. 44. 16). 304: Cn. Flavius dedicates temple of Concordia in area Volcani (9. 46. 6; Pliny, NH 33. 19). 302: dedication by Junius Bubulcus of temple of Salus (10. 1.
War and Society in the Roman World (Leicester-Nottingham Studies in Ancient Society) by Dr John Rich, John Rich, Graham Shipley