The Initiation of the Second Macedonian War: An Explication of Livy, Book 31

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Franz Steiner Verlag, Jan 1, 1996 - History - 118 pages
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A study into accounts of Rome's foreign policy surrounding an offensive against Philip V and Greece. It re-opens events leading up to the war and military/diplomatic developments, and interprets events in the narrative describing Rome's first major engagement with the Eastern Mediterranean.
  

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Contents

PREFACE
9
DESIGN STRUCTURE AND CHRONOLOGY
24
CHRONOLOGICAL RECONSTRUCTION
37
The embassy to Rome from Attalus and the Rhodians
43
The consuls return to Rome the senates appointment
52
Events in Rome from the consuls inauguration
61
Events in the eastern Mediterranean from late April 200
74
The campaigns of autumnus 200 and consular 199
82
CONCLUSION
91
Athenian appeals to the Romans
97
The activities of M Aurelius Cotta
101
SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY
109
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About the author (1996)

Valerie M. Warrior is a scholar of ancient history and religion. She has taught at a number of North American colleges and universities, and is the author of The Initiation of the Second Macedonian War and Roman Religion: A Sourcebook.

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