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  1. Catiline's War, The Jugurthine War, Histories (Penguin Classics) by Sallust, 2008-02-26
  2. Sallust: Bellum Catilinae (Latin Texts) by P. McGushin, 2010-10-15
  3. The Jugurthine War / The Conspiracy of Catiline (Penguin Classics) by Sallust, 1964-02-28
  4. Sallust by Sallust, 2009-12-27
  5. Catiline's Conspiracy, The Jugurthine War, Histories (Oxford World's Classics) by Sallust, William W. Batstone, 2010-06-06
  6. Catilina; Iugurtha; Historiarum Fragmenta Selecta; Appendix Sallustiana (Oxford Classical Texts) by C. Sallusti Crispi, Sallust, 1991-07-25
  7. A Sallust Reader:Selections from Bellum Catilinae and Bellum Iugurthinum, and Historiae (Latin Readers) by Victoria E Pagán, 2010-04-09
  8. Sallust (Sather Classical Lectures) by Ronald Syme, Ronald Mellor, 2002-06-05
  9. Sallust's Bellum Catilinae (Textbook Series (American Philological Association))
  10. A Systematical Bibliography of Sallust (Mnemosyne , Vol Suppl. 4) by A. D. Leeman, 1997-08
  11. The Gardens of Sallust: A Changing Landscape by Kim J. Hartswick, 2007-01-01
  12. Cicero and Sallust (Latin Readers) by E. J. Barnes, John T. Ramsey, 1988-06
  13. Sallust:Conspiracy of Catiline: A Companion to the Penguin Translation (Classics companions) by P. McGushin, 1987-06
  14. C. Sallusti Crispi Catilina Et Jugurtha: With Explanatory Notes, Lexicon, Etc (Latin Edition) by Sallust, George Stuart, 2010-03-25

1. Sallust's Republic: The Conspiracy Of Catiline
A paper highlighting insights into Roman society through sallust's account of the Catilinian conspiracy.
SALLUST'S REPUBLIC: THE CONSPIRACY OF CATILINE A glance at the late Roman Republic by Howard Sauertieg Submitted in partial fulfillment of the B.A. requirement of St. John's College, Santa Fe, February 11, 1996; lightly revised November 1997 I. Introductory to "Sallust's Republic" The subject of this essay is Sallust's "Conspiracy of Catiline" an elusive and often unsettling historical narrative. Sallust's narrative paints the late Roman Republic in bold colors, emphasizing the social and political ills which allowed a handful of discontented citizens to consider the violent overthrow of Rome's government an honorable aim, and a prospect well within their means. Through a careful consideration of Sallust's concerns, we hope to attain a distinct conception of his era, as well as a reasoned interpretation of the message Sallust offers to his readers. To assist the specific investigation into Catiline's conspiracy, we shall also utilize a small portion of Cicero's fourth published oration "Against Catilina," for Cicero, as consul in 63 BC, was a major player in the affair. In their first delivery from the mouth of Cicero, the persuasive force of his speeches worked to turn the Senate and people of Rome against the conspirators. Today, the Catiline orations serve as a primary source for our understanding of the conspiracy's mechanics. II. Introductory to "The Conspiracy of Catiline"

2. Sallust
C. SALLVSTIVS CRISPVS. Bellum Catilinae, Bellum Iugurthinum, Fragmenta Historicarum,Invectiva in Ciceronem. The Latin Library, The Classics Homepage.
C. SALLVSTIVS CRISPVS Bellum Catilinae Bellum Iugurthinum Fragmenta Historicarum Invectiva in Ciceronem ... The Classics Homepage

3. Persönlichkeiten Der Antike - Lateinische Autoren - Sallust - Seneca - Serenus
sallust Gymnasium Zum Altenforst Troisdorf - Dieter Krug. sallust - Imperium Romanum. sallust - Lateinische
Lateinforum - Lateinische Autoren Seiteninhalt Sallust Seneca d. Ä. Seneca d. J. Serenus ... Servius
Gaius Sallustius Crispus: Sallust (86 - 34 v. Chr.)
  • Sallust - Gymnasium Zum Altenforst Troisdorf - Dieter Krug Sallust - Imperium Romanum Sallust - Lateinische Literaturgeschichte - Gymnasium-Diplommittelschule St.Klemens Sallust - Leben und Werk - Lateinische Literaturgeschichte - Gymnasium-Diplommittelschule St.Klemens Sallust - Leben - Werke - Rezeptionsgeschichte - Günter Breu's Latein- und Geschichte-Homepage Sallust - Lateinforum - G. Porenta Sallust - Übersetzungen - Wallner Elmar's Lateinseiten Sprachliche und stilistische Besonderheiten bei Sallust - D. Kaufmann Biography - The Society for Ancient Languages Persona - Bibliotheca Augustana Sallust - Kurzbiographie - Fred Mench/Leslie Phillips
Bellum Iugurthinum

Quotations by Author. sallust (86 BC 34 BC). Roman historian politician more author details
86 - 34 BC
Roman Historian
Sallust was a well-known Roman historian and politician, a friend of Julius Caesar who made him governor of Numdia in North Africa. Sallust made a fortune there, then he returned to Rome where he became a writer of history. Sallust concentrated in his writings on the critical stages in the decline of the Roman republic. He treated history as more than just a chronicle of events; he stated the reasons for each event. Major works are: 'The Jugurthine War', and 'The Cataline conspiracy'.

5. Sallust
Philosophie. Sentenzen. sallust. Gaius sallustius Crispius, * 86 v. Chr.
Start A - Z Autoren Biographie Mythologie Philosophie Sentenzen
Gaius Sallustius Crispius , * 86 v. Chr. + 34 v. Chr. Beruflich schlug er zuerst die Laufbahn des Politikers ein. Im Jahre 52 v. Chr. war er Volkstribun Clodius Milo und dessen Anwalt Cicero Im Jahre 50 v. Chr. wurde er 48 v. Chr. und war somit rehabilitiert. 46 v.Chr. , bekam er die von Caesar und wurde Statthalter der Provinz Africa "horti Sallustani" an. Die Ermordung Caesars 44 v. Chr. bedeutete das Ende seiner politischen Laufbahn. Sallust kein umfangreiches Werk hinterlassen. Seine Werke Historien - "historiae" Der jugurthinische Krieg - "Bellum iugurthinum" In dieser Monographie behandelt er die Geschehnisse des Krieges, den Marius und Sulla 111-106 v. Chr. Diese Monographie berichtet von den Ereignissen des Jahres 63 v. Chr., als Cicero als Konsul den Staatsstreich des charismatischen, aber ruchlosen Catilina aufdeckt und vereitelt. Zwei Briefe an Caesar - "Epistulae ad Caesarem" In seinen Werken versuchte Sallust, eine philosophische Deutung der historischen Fakten zu geben.

6. The Catiline War By Sallust
Latin text of the Bellum Catilinae, including excerpts from the introduction to Scudder sallust's Catiline of 1900.
Bellum Catilinae
by Gaius Sallustius Crispus
"Sallust undertook to write on special periods of Roman history. As these [the works that we have from him] are closely related to each other, it may have been his plan ultimately to weld them together so as to make a connected account of the century in which Rome gradually changed from a republic into an empire.
His first effort was the Bellum Catilinae , a subject with which he must have been thoroughly familiar, because as a young man, twenty-three years old, he was an eyewitness of the exciting events which took place in B.C. 63, and because he was personally acquainted with many who were concerned in the conspiracy. The work is especially valuable for the light it throws on the politics and morals of the time. In Sallust's view the plot may be regarded as the natural outgrowth of widespread debt and great corruption among the Romans." "Sallust was unusually painstaking in his search after the truth. For example, before writing the Bellum Iugurthinum , he took care to have many Carthaginian documents translated for him. To insure greater accuracy he is said to have commissioned a Greek secretary to prepare a complete synopsis of Roman history for use in his daily work.

7. Sallust
C. SALLVSTIVS CRISPVS. Bellum Catilinae, Bellum Iugurthinum, FragmentaHistoricarum, Invectiva in Ciceronem. The Latin Library, The Classics Page.
C. SALLVSTIVS CRISPVS Bellum Catilinae Bellum Iugurthinum Fragmenta Historicarum Invectiva in Ciceronem ... The Classics Page

8. Sallustius Crispus, Gaius Catilina
An ongoing project to complete an interlinear Latin translation of sallust's Catilina.
This is a work in progress.....I was fortunate to find an interlinear on this story....dated excellent shape, but in need of some revision, mostly for the sake of putting it in HTML format. This work is dedicated to and in the memory of James Hamilton and Thomas Clark, who both did work on this project way back in the 1800's. I have endeavored to put it in a form that makes it easy for someone to get the feel for Latin by reading through this......the division into chapters is my doing; the original is undivided. Keep in mind, this is no first-year Latin.....this is the full if you are new to Latin, do not feel bad about being is still possible for you to get a feel for the language by reading through it. As this is a work in progress, it is far from complete at this point....
Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 ... Chapter 12

9. Sallust: Bellum Iugurthinum
Translate this page C. SALLVSTI CRISPI BELLVM IVGURTHINVM 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 1213 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33
] Nam uti genus hominum compositum ex corpore et anima est, ita res cuncta studiaque omnia nostra corporis alia, alia animi naturam secuntur. Igitur praeclara facies, magnae divitiae, ad hoc vis corporis et alia omnia huiusce modi brevi dilabuntur; at ingeni egregia facinora sicuti anima immortalia sunt. Postremo corporis et fortunae bonorum ut initium sic finis est, omniaque orta occidunt et aucta senescunt: animus incorruptus, aeternus, rector humani generis agit atque habet cuncta neque ipse habetur. Quo magis pravitas eorum admiranda est, qui, dediti corporis gaudiis, per luxum et ignaviam aetatem agunt, ceterum ingenium, quo neque melius neque amplius aliud in natura mortalium est, incultu atque socordia torpescere sinunt, cum praesertim tam multae variaeque sint artes animi, quibus summa claritudo paratur. ] Verum ex iis magistratus et imperia, postremo omnis cura rerum publicarum minime mihi hac tempestate cupienda videntur, quoniam neque virtuti honor datur neque illi, quibus per fraudem iis fuit uti, tuti aut eo magis honesti sunt. Nam vi quidem regere patriam aut parentis, quamquam et possis et delicta corrigas, tamen importunum est, cum praesertim omnes rerum mutationes caedem, fugam aliaque hostilia portendant. Frustra autem niti neque aliud se fatigando nisi odium quaerere extremae dementiae est; nisi forte quem inhonesta et perniciosa libido tenet potentiae paucorum decus atque libertatem suam gratificari. ] Ea tempestate in exercitu nostro fuere complures novi atque nobiles, quibus divitiae bono honestoque potiores erant, factiosi domi, potentes apud socios, clari magis quam honesti, qui Iugurthae non mediocrem animum pollicitando accendebant, si Micipsa rex occidisset, fore uti solus imperi Numidiae potiretur: in ipso maximam virtutem, Romae omnia venalia esse. Sed postquam Numantia deleta P. Scipio dimittere auxilia et ipse reverti domum decrevit, donatum atque laudatum magnifice pro contione Iugurtham in praetorium abduxit ibique secreto monuit, ut potius publice quam privatim amicitiam populi Romani coleret neu quibus largiri insuesceret: periculose a paucis emi quod multorum esset. Si permanere vellet in suis artibus, ultro illi et gloriam et regnum venturum; sin properantius pergeret, suamet ipsum pecunia praecipitem casurum.

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11. Gaius Sallustius Crispus Bio
Furnishes a biography of the noted Roman historian as well as studies of his writing style, historical approach and legacy of works. little encouragement to enter the field of literature; and sallust, like most young Romans of ability, was drawn into
Gaius Sallustius Crispus
Reprinted in its entirety from "Introduction", Sallust's Catiline
I. Life of Sallust
II. Sallust's Writings
III. Sallust as a Historian
IV. Sallust's Style
Gaius Sallustius Crispus was born in the year B.C. 86, at Amiternum, an ancient Sabine town, situated in the heart of the Apennines, about sixty miles northeast of Rome. Of his early youth we have no definite information. From his writings, however, it is evident that he was a diligent student of both Greek and Latin literature. Indeed, as he tells us in his introduction to the Bellum Catilinae, he was at first inclined to devote his life to historical studies. But at that time there was very little encouragement to enter the field of literature; and Sallust, like most young Romans of ability, was drawn into the whirl of politics. As he was a plebeian by birth, he naturally identified himself with the people's party, and always remained a consistent democrat.
horti Sallustiani ) near the porta Salaria on the Quirinal hill, where he also built a palatial residence for himself.

12. Sallust Quotes - The Quotations Page
Quotations by Author. sallust (86 BC 34 BC) Roman historian politician moreauthor details. sallust Every man is the architect of his own fortune. sallust.

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Before you act consider; when you have considered, tis fully time to act.
Every man is the architect of his own fortune.
Few men desire liberty: The majority are satisfied with a just master.
Small communities grow great through harmony, great ones fall to pieces through discord.
The higher your station, the less your liberty.
The soul is the captain and ruler of the life of morals.
They envy the distinction I have won; let them therefore, envy my toils, my honesty, and the methods by which I gained it.
To someone seeking power, the poorest man is the most useful.
A good man would prefer to be defeated than to defeat injustice by evil means.
Sallust, 'Jugurthine War,' 41 B.C.
Ambition drove many men to become false; to have one thought locked in the breast, another ready on the tongue.
Sallust, The War with Catiline

13. Sallust
Von seinem Vermögen erwarb sallust ausgedehnte Gärten auf dem Monte Pincio unweit der Spanischen Treppe und der Via
Sallust Kurzvita C. Sallustius Crispus (= "Krauskopf") wurde am 1. 10. 86 v.Chr. in der kleinen sabinischen Landstadt Amiternum geboren. Von seinen Jugendjahren wissen wir so gut wie nichts. Als junger Mann kam er nach Rom, um sich weiterzubilden, ging aber dann in die Politik, wo er 55 das Amt eines Quästors (Finanzbeamter) verwaltete, das ihm der Verfassung nach den Zutritt zum Senat verschaffte. Als Volkstribun des Jahres 52 agierte er v.a. gegen Cicero
Der Geschichtsschreiber Geschichtsschreibung
ein treffendes Beispiel war.
Zentrale Begriffe Auch in der Zeit der Bürgerkriege sah er eine direkte Folge der moralischen Verwahrlosung der römischen Adelsschicht, als deren Hauptlaster er " avaritia " (Habsucht) und " luxuria " (verschwenderischer Lebenswandel, Luxus) ansah, wobei er "avaritia" als einen Egoismus definierte, der den einzelnen Bürger vom Staat isoliert und dadurch dem Sinn für Gemeinschaft entfremdet. Daher geißelte Sallust mit "luxuria" den privaten Überfluss, in den sich jeder Bürger flüchte, um dem eigenen Wohl Genüge zu leisten.
Werke 1. Briefe an Caesar

Similar pages sallust Translate this page sallust. Kurzvita. 05. 35 in Rom. Der Geschichtsschreiber. Nach seinem Rückzugaus der Politik widmete sich sallust ganz und gar der Geschichtsschreibung.
Caesar Clodius or both. In 50 he was expelled from the Senate by the censor Ap. Claudius, ostensibly on moral grounds (a convenient gossiping catch-all). He joined Caesar in the war with Pompey Cicero’s Cato Jugurtha ... Reviews For comments or questions regarding this web site, contact Fred Mench or Leslie Phillips
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15. Sallust Holiday
A collection of sallust's Free Comics, Animation, CG Gallery andGood Photo in Hong Kong. url forwarding. sallust Holiday. : domain names, personal emails, url forwarding
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16. Gymnasium/Diplommittelschule St.Klemens
Translate this page 2.4 sallust (Leben, Werk) C. sallustius Crispus (86–35 v. Chr.) ist der erstegroße Historiker Roms. In diesem Amt bereicherte sallust sich sehr.

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2 Die Zeit Cicero s und Caesar s
Unter den Autoren dieser Zeit taten dies vor allem Catull und Lukrez
augusteischen Zeit in besonderer Weise gerecht wird, bezeichnet man sie als die klassische.
2.2 Cicero Leben Werk
2.2.1 Ausbildung in Rom und in Griechenland
2.2.2 Im Dienst der res publica
Caesar 2.2.3 Rhetorische und philosophische Schriften Caesar Caesar Nach der Ermordung Caesar Caesar 2.2.4 Das literarische Werk Quintilian 2.2.5 Die Nachwirkung n, die sich unter sprachlichen wie inhaltlichen Aspekten mit seinen Werken intensiv auseinandersetzten. 2.3 Caesar In der Nachfolge Cato 2.3.2 Leben und politisches Wirken Cicero 2.3.3 Das literarische Werk Cicero Tamquam scopulum sic fugias inauditum atque insolens verbum. (Gell. 1, 10, 4) ("Wie eine Klippe, so meide ein unbekanntes und auffallendes Wort.") 2.4 Sallust Leben Werk Cicero s schlug er sich auf die Seite Caesar s. Caesar Caesar s im Afrikanischen Krieg bei Thapsus i. J. 46 v. Chr. wurde Sallust von Caesar 2.4.2 Verzicht auf die Politik

17. Gymnasium/Diplommittelschule St.Klemens
Translate this page So erlebt sallust zugleich die gewaltige Expansion des Reiches und den innerenZusammenbruch der Republik. sallust erleidet eine Niederlage (Oros. hist.

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18. Ammianus, Theodosius And Sallust's Jugurtha
Ammianus, Theodosius and sallust's Jugurtha. Robin Seager (University ofLiverpool). ABSTRACT. The purpose 3. Ammianus and sallust. That Ammianus

19. Sallust Briefe An Caesar
Translate this page sallust Briefe an Caesar. Titel Briefe an Caesar Autor sallust. Rubrik KategorieDürrenmatt Friedrich Die Phys Wedekind Frank Frühlings Erwa
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20. Sallust Kleine Übersetzungs-Bibliothek Nr83/84 Verschwörung Des Catilina
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