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Subject: HST130 The fall of the Roman Republic
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Assessment 1 (Source Analysis)

Word Limit: 1000 words

Value: 30%

The Values and Goals of the Roman Nobility

In 1000 words or less, outline the main features of the Roman aristocratic ethos in the second century B.C., making reference to specific items of ancient evidence to support this outline. Indicate what you see as the strengths and weaknesses of that value system.

Your paper should be based firmly upon the ancient evidence, and should show an appreciation of what is primary evidence and what is secondary evidence. (You might like to remind yourself of the advice offered on this score under the Activity for Week 1.)

You will base your work principally on the material discussed in your Activity last week, but you might like to draw upon material discussed in the first week (Plutarchs Life of Cato) and/or the material discussed in last weeks lecture which, in part, explored the goals of Scipio Aemilianus. You may, if you wish, incorporate material from Donald Earls The Moral and Political Tradition of Rome (London, 1967), chapter I Morality and Politics (which is on e-Reserve). The paper, however, should be based upon your personal reading of the ancient evidence. (If you do choose to use Earl, you should cite the relevant page number[s] of his work and, if appropriate, the ancient evidence that he cites.)

Obviously, there is only so much you can say in 1000 words. You should consider this an exercise in expressing yourself succinctly. When citing the ancient evidence upon which you are basing any observation, you may choose to cite it in parentheses (brackets) or you may choose to use footnotes. Any material in footnotes is not considered to be part of your word-length. We consider footnotes to be a holding-place for material which you believe necessary to underpin your statements in the text of your tutorial assignment (source analysis); your tutorial assignment itself should be as trim as is possible. (Please note: That is our attitude to footnotes! Some people dont like them. In future courses, you should ascertain the individual approach of your teachers in this regard. Just to be on the safe side.)

A bibliography of any modern works utilised must be provided.

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