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History Notes University Of Cambridge History Notes

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A range of essays written for Part I Paper 13 (European History 31BC-900AD) of the Cambridge History Tripos. The essays provided focus on the early part of the paper: the Roman Principate.

These essays would provide a good introduction to anyone studying Roman history. Essays average around 3000 words, and each includes a bibliography.

Topics covered include:
- Augustus;
- the history of Tacitus;
- the condition of slaves;
- the role of local elites in running the Empire;
- the 'third-century crisis';
- economic growth;
- the role of senators under the Principate.

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Roman Imperial History Notes

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  • Approximately 46 pages


  • Grade: 1st Class
  • Institution: University Of Cambridge (unaffiliated)
  • Country: United Kingdom
  • Level: Undergraduate

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