Cicero Philippics 3 9

Cicero  Philippics 3 9

The two-volume edition provides the first comprehensive scholarly commentary on seven central orations from the corpus of Cicero's Philippics.

Author: Marcus Tullius Cicero

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter

ISBN: 3110193256

Category: Literary Collections

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The two-volume edition provides the first comprehensive scholarly commentary on seven central orations from the corpus of Cicero's Philippics. These orations against Mark Antony are an important testimony to the critical final phase of the Roman Republic. The notes on each speech explain linguistic, literary and historical issues (vol. 2). They are based on a revised Latin text with facing English translation as well as a detailed introduction dealing with problems relevant to the whole corpus (vol. 1).
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Cicero Philippics 3 9

Cicero   Philippics  3 9

Yet for a long time they have received little scholarly attention. This two-volume edition now provides a comprehensive scholarly commentary on Philippics 3-9, seven central speeches of the corpus.

Author: Gesine Manuwald

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter

ISBN: 9783110920475

Category: History

Page: 1117

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The two-volume edition provides the first comprehensive scholarly commentary on seven central orations from the corpus of Cicero’s Philippics. These orations against Mark Antony are an important testimony to the critical final phase of the Roman Republic. The notes on each speech explain linguistic, literary and historical issues (vol. 2). They are based on a revised Latin text with facing English translation as well as a detailed introduction dealing with problems relevant to the whole corpus (vol. 1).
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Commentary

Commentary

Author: Gesine Manuwald

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ISBN: OCLC:255714205

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Cicero Philippic 2 44 50 78 92 100 119

Cicero  Philippic 2  44   50  78   92  100   119

(1986), Cicero: Second Philippic, Warminster. ... Larsen, J. (2008), 'Cicero, Antony and the Senatus Consultum Ultimum in the Second Philippic', in T. Stevenson and M. Wilson (eds), ... 1: Manuwald, G. (2007), Cicero, Philippics 39.

Author: Ingo Gildenhard

Publisher: Open Book Publishers

ISBN: 9781783745920

Category: Literary Collections

Page: 488

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Cicero composed his incendiary Philippics only a few months after Rome was rocked by the brutal assassination of Julius Caesar. In the tumultuous aftermath of Caesar’s death, Cicero and Mark Antony found themselves on opposing sides of an increasingly bitter and dangerous battle for control. Philippic 2 was a weapon in that war. Conceived as Cicero’s response to a verbal attack from Antony in the Senate, Philippic 2 is a rhetorical firework that ranges from abusive references to Antony’s supposedly sordid sex life to a sustained critique of what Cicero saw as Antony’s tyrannical ambitions. Vituperatively brilliant and politically committed, it is both a carefully crafted literary artefact and an explosive example of crisis rhetoric. It ultimately led to Cicero’s own gruesome death. This course book offers a portion of the original Latin text, vocabulary aids, study questions, and an extensive commentary. Designed to stretch and stimulate readers, Ingo Gildenhard’s volume will be of particular interest to students of Latin studying for A-Level or on undergraduate courses. It extends beyond detailed linguistic analysis to encourage critical engagement with Cicero, his oratory, the politics of late-republican Rome, and the transhistorical import of Cicero’s politics of verbal (and physical) violence.
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Orationes Philippicae

Orationes  Philippicae

Marcus Tullius Cicero David Roy Shackleton Bailey, John T. Ramsey, Gesine Manuwald. Fedeli , P. M. Tulli Ciceronis scripta quae ... King , J. R. The Philippic Orations of M. Tullius Cicero . ... Manuwald , G. Cicero , Philippics 39 .

Author: Marcus Tullius Cicero

Publisher: Harvard University Press

ISBN: 0674996348

Category: Emperors

Page: 400

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Categories: Emperors

The Cambridge Companion to Cicero

The Cambridge Companion to Cicero

McDermott, W. C. (1972) 'Cicero's publication of his consular orations', Philologus 116: 277–84. ... Cicero, Philippics 39 vol. i: Introduction, Text and Translation, References and Indexes. Berlin and New York. (2007b) (ed.) ...

Author: Catherine Steel

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781107469471

Category: Literary Collections

Page: 441

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Cicero was one of classical antiquity's most prolific, varied and self-revealing authors. His letters, speeches, treatises and poetry chart a political career marked by personal struggle and failure and the collapse of the republican system of government to which he was intellectually and emotionally committed. They were read, studied and imitated throughout antiquity and subsequently became seminal texts in political theory and in the reception and study of the Classics. This Companion discusses the whole range of Cicero's writings, with particular emphasis on their links with the literary culture of the late Republic, their significance to Cicero's public career and their reception in later periods.
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Cicero s Role Models

Cicero s Role Models

Manuwald, G. (2005), 'Cicero versus Antonius. On structure and construction of the Philippic Collection', in T. Stevenson and M. Wilson (eds), Cicero's Philippics, Prudentia. Manuwald, G. (2007), Cicero, Philippics 39, vol.

Author: Henriette van der Blom

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780199582938

Category: History

Page: 388

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A study of the rhetorical and political strategy adopted by the Roman orator and statesman Cicero as a newcomer in Roman republican politics. Henriette van der Blom argues that Cicero advertised himself as a follower of chosen models of behaviour from the past - his role models - and in turn presented himself as a role model to others.
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Cicero

Cicero

Cicero: Philippics 39. Edited with Introduction, Translation and Commentary, vol. 1: Introduction, Text and Translation, References and Indexes; vol. 2: Commentary, Texte und Kommentare 30 (Berlin and New York, NY, 2007).

Author: Gesine Manuwald

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9780857726230

Category: History

Page: 232

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Marcus Tullius Cicero (106-43 BCE) introduced Romans to the major schools of Greek philosophy, forging a Latin conceptual vocabulary that was entirely new. But for all the sophistication of his thinking, it is perhaps for his political and oratorical career that Cicero is best remembered. He was the nemisis of Catiline, whose plot to overthrow the Republic he famously denounced to the Senate. He was the selfless politician who turned down the opportunity to join Julius Caesar and Pompey in their ruling triumvirate with Crassus. He was briefly Rome's leading man after Caesar's assassination in 44 BCE.And he was the great political orator whose bitter coflict with Mark Antony led to his own violent death in 43 BCE. In her authoritative survey, Gesine Manuwald evokes the many faces of Cicero as well as his complexities and seeming contradictions. She focuses on his major works, allowing the great writer to speak for himself. Cicero's rich legacy is seen to endure in the works of Quintilian and the Church Fathers as well as in the speeches of Harry S. Truman and Barack Obama.
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Praise and Blame in Roman Republican Rhetoric

Praise and Blame in Roman Republican Rhetoric

Allen 1954; more recently cf. Kaster 2005b). 4 For all questions of detail concerning Cicero's Philippics, see my commentary (2007) on Philippics 39 (on Philippics 1–2 cf. Ramsey 2003; on the Philippics in general cf.

Author: Ralph Covino

Publisher: ISD LLC

ISBN: 9781910589229

Category: History

Page: 330

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Cicero, and others in the Roman Republic, were masters of both invective and panegyric, two hugely important genres in ancient oratory, which influenced the later theory and practice of rhetoric. The papers in this volume address strategies of vituperation and eulogy within the Republic, and examine the mechanisms and effects of praise and blame.
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Cicero Oxford Bibliographies Online Research Guide

Cicero  Oxford Bibliographies Online Research Guide

The Philippics After Caesar was assassinated, Cicero was uncertain about what he should do, leaving Rome in the early summer of 44 and not returning until September of that year. Once he had returned, ... Cicero: Philippics 3-9.

Author: Catherine Steel

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780199805006

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Page: 28

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This ebook is a selective guide designed to help scholars and students of the ancient world find reliable sources of information by directing them to the best available scholarly materials in whatever form or format they appear from books, chapters, and journal articles to online archives, electronic data sets, and blogs. Written by a leading international authority on the subject, the ebook provides bibliographic information supported by direct recommendations about which sources to consult and editorial commentary to make it clear how the cited sources are interrelated. A reader will discover, for instance, the most reliable introductions and overviews to the topic, and the most important publications on various areas of scholarly interest within this topic. In classics, as in other disciplines, researchers at all levels are drowning in potentially useful scholarly information, and this guide has been created as a tool for cutting through that material to find the exact source you need. This ebook is just one of many articles from Oxford Bibliographies Online: Classics, a continuously updated and growing online resource designed to provide authoritative guidance through the scholarship and other materials relevant to the study of classics. Oxford Bibliographies Online covers most subject disciplines within the social science and humanities, for more information visit www.aboutobo.com.
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Cicero and Roman Education

Cicero and Roman Education

Manuwald, G. (2007) Cicero Philippics 39, 2 vols, Berlin, New York: De Gruyter. (2008) “Cicero Versus Antonius: On the Structure and Construction of the Philippics Collection,” in Stevenson and Wilson (2008): 39–61.

Author: Giuseppe La Bua

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781107068582

Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 400

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Presents the first full-length, systematic study of the reception of Cicero's speeches in the Roman educational system.
Categories: Foreign Language Study

Crisis and Constitutionalism

Crisis and Constitutionalism

Cicero himself in his speech before the Senate cleverly avoided admitting that this constituted an imperium extraordinarium, seeking to make this seem more regular a request than it really was ... Manuwald, Cicero, Philippics 39, vol.

Author: Benjamin Straumann

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780199950935

Category: History

Page: 368

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Crisis and Constitutionalism argues that the late Roman Republic saw, for the first time in the history of political thought, the development of a normative concept of constitution--the concept of a set of constitutional norms designed to guarantee and achieve certain interests of the individual. Benjamin Straumann first explores how a Roman concept of constitution emerged out of the crisis and fall of the Roman Republic. The increasing use of emergency measures and extraordinary powers in the late Republic provoked Cicero and some of his contemporaries to turn a hitherto implicit, inchoate constitutionalism into explicit constitutional argument and theory. The crisis of the Republic thus brought about a powerful constitutionalism and convinced Cicero to articulate the norms and rights that would provide its substance; this typically Roman constitutional theory is described in the second part of the study. Straumann then discusses the reception of Roman constitutional thought up to the late eighteenth century and the American Founding, which gave rise to a new, constitutional republicanism. This tradition was characterized by a keen interest in the Roman Republic's decline and fall, and an insistence on the limits of virtue. The crisis of the Republic was interpreted as a constitutional crisis, and the only remedy to escape the Republic's fate--military despotism--was thought to lie, not in republican virtue, but in Roman constitutionalism. By tracing Roman constitutional thought from antiquity to the modern era, this unique study makes a substantial contribution to our understanding of Roman political thought and its reception.
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Cicero s Political Personae

Cicero s Political Personae

“Performance and Rhetoric in Cicero's Philippics.” Antichthon 38 (1): 51–69. 2007. Cicero, Philippics 39. Vol. ii. Berlin; New York: Walter de Gruyter. 2008. “Cicero Versus Antonius. On the Structure and Construction of the Philippics ...

Author: Joanna Kenty

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781108879330

Category: Literary Criticism

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Cicero's speeches provide a fascinating window into the political battles and crises of his time. In this book, Joanna Kenty examines Cicero's persuasive strategies and the subtleties of his Latin prose, and shows how he used eight political personae – the attacker, the grateful friend, the martyr, the senator, the partisan ideologue, and others – to maximize his political leverage in the latter half of his career. These personae were what made his arguments convincing, and drew audiences into Cicero's perspective. Non-specialist and expert readers alike will gain new insight into Cicero's corpus and career as a whole, as well as a better appreciation of the context, details, and nuances of individual passages.
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Studies in Paul s Letter to the Philippians

Studies in Paul s Letter to the Philippians

23 See Gesine Manuwald's commentary and introduction , Cicero's Philippics 39 ( TK 30 ; 2 vols .; Berlin : De Gruyter , 2007 ) . Accordingly ( 20–22 ) , no . 2 was a self - defense against Marcus Antonius , written in October 44 BCE ...

Author: Hans Dieter Betz

Publisher: Mohr Siebeck

ISBN: 3161531191

Category: Religion

Page: 202

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This volume comprises seven essays by Hans Dieter Betz dealing with contested passages or issues in Paul's most difficult and personal letter written during his imprisonment in Rome. The chapters represent exegetical investigations and apply the methods of rhetorical and literary criticism, including philological and historical analysis. As a result, Betz is able to offer new proposals for interpreting the apostle's unique last message to his churches. The proposals explore the letter's literary composition, genre and history; furthermore they examine Paul's situation prior to his presumed martyrdom, his expectations for the future and his relation to his churches.
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Cicero

Cicero

—(1972), 'Imperial expansion and moral decline in the Roman Republic', Historia 21: 626–38. Mackay, C. S. (2009), The Breakdown of the Roman Republic. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Manuwald, G. (2007), Cicero, Philippics 39 (2 ...

Author: Kathryn Tempest

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN: 9781441154828

Category: History

Page: 272

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As the greatest Roman orator of his time, Cicero delivered over one hundred speeches in the law courts, in the senate and before the people of Rome. He was also a philosopher, a patriot and a private man. While his published speeches preserve scandalous accounts of the murder, corruption and violence that plagued Rome in the first century BC, his surviving letters give an exceptional glimpse into Cicero's own personality and his reactions to events as they unravelled around him – events, he thought, which threatened to destabilize the system of government he loved and establish a tyranny over Rome. From his rise to power as a self-made man, Cicero's career took him through the years of Sulla, and the civil war between Pompey and Caesar, to his own last fight against Mark Antony. Drawing chiefly on Cicero's speeches and letters, as well as the most recent scholarship, Kathryn Tempest presents a new, highly readable narrative of Cicero's life and times from his rise to prominence until his brutal death. Including helpful features such as detailed chronological tables, a glossary, a guide to Greek and Roman authors and maps, the volume balances background and contextual information with analysis and explanation of Cicero's works. Organized chronologically and according to some of his most famous speeches, Cicero will appeal to anyone with an interest in Roman history, oratory and politics in the ancient world. This accessible yet comprehensive guide provides a thorough introduction to this key ancient figure, his works and influence, and the troubled political times in which he operated.
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Games of Empires

Games of Empires

Juristische Versuche gegen die Spielsucht wurden bereits in republikanischer Zeit und danach während des gesamten Principats unternommen (Plautus, Miles gloriosus 2,2,9 (164); Cicero, Philippica 2,56 (23); Horaz, Carmina 3,24,58; Ovid, ...

Author: Karen Aydin

Publisher: LIT Verlag Münster

ISBN: 9783643138804

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Page: 408

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Brettspiele gehören zu den ältesten kulturellen Praktiken. Sie nehmen mit ihrer spezifischen Form unter den Spielen eine besondere Rolle ein. Zugleich gehört das "Anderssein" im Unterschied zum gewöhnlichen Leben auch zu ihren Grundmerkmalen. In Brettspielen werden Realitäten abgebildet, aber auch neu konstruiert. Sechzehn Beiträge untersuchen, wie sich imperiale Herrschaftsformen unterschiedlicher Epochen auf die Spielkulturen auswirken, wie weit Brettspiele die Mentalität einer Gesellschaft befestigen und welche Reflexionen die Literatur zu ihrer gesellschaftlichen Bedeutung bietet.
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Brutus

Brutus

Cicero, Philippics 3.13, 3.25, 3.37, To Friends 11.6A; Dio Cassius 45.15.3; Appian, Civil War 3.27 claims that the senate secretly asked Decimus to guard the province against Antony's martial moves. Cicero, Philippics 3.8–11, 4.7–9, ...

Author: Kirsty Corrigan

Publisher: Pen and Sword

ISBN: 9781473871762

Category: History

Page: 272

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The extraordinary life of the “noblest Roman of them all.” Although Marcus Junius Brutus is one of the most famous, or infamous, conspirators of Rome and the ancient world, if not of all time, knowledge of this historical figure has principally been passed to the modern world through the literary medium of Shakespeare’s tragedy, Julius Caesar. Furthermore, any interest in Brutus has tended to focus only on events surrounding his most legendary act: Caesar’s murder. This biography instead considers Brutus in his historical context, gathering details from ancient evidence and piecing together, as much as possible, his whole life. While his actions played a pivotal role in Roman history, ultimately, although completely unintentionally, bringing about the downfall of the Roman republic, Brutus has often been neglected. Indeed, he has rarely been considered on his own merits, instead featuring as part of the biographies and studies of other leading political figures of the time, especially those of Julius Caesar, Cicero, and Octavian. As the first dedicated biography in over thirty years, this full and balanced reconsideration of this significant Roman republican is long overdue.
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Augustus

Augustus

2–3. 5 On the news and reaction see in particular Nicolaus of Damascus 16, and comments in J. Osgood, ... 3. 9 Antony refused part of his father's estate, see Cicero, Philippics 2.44; powers over freedmen, see Appian, BC 3.94.

Author: Adrian Goldsworthy

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9780297864264

Category: History

Page: 592

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'Masterly' - Robert Harris, author of Imperium 'Essential reading for anyone interested in Ancient Rome' Independent ***** Caesar Augustus schemed and fought his way to absolute power. He became Rome's first emperor and ruled for forty-four years before dying peacefully in his bed. The system he created would endure for centuries. Yet, despite his exceptional success, he is a difficult man to pin down, and far less well-known than his great-uncle, Julius Caesar. His story is not always edifying: he murdered his opponents, exiled his daughter when she failed to conform and freely made and broke alliances as he climbed ever higher. However, the peace and stability he fostered were real, and under his rule the empire prospered. Adrian Goldsworthy examines the ancient sources to understand the man and his times.
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Clause and Discourse

Clause and Discourse

579–593). Innsbruck: Innsbrucker Beiträge zur Sprachwissenschaft. Kroskrity, P. (1999). Identity. Journal of Linguistic Anthropology, 9(1–2), 111–114. Manuwald, G. (2007). Cicero, Philippics 39 (2 vols.). Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter.

Author: Lidewij van Gils

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG

ISBN: 9783110678222

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 495

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These volumes assemble contributions presented at the XIX International Colloquium on Latin Linguistics in Munich (2017). They embrace essential topics of Latin linguistics with different theoretical and methodological approaches: The volumes contain chapters on Latin lexicography, etymology, morphology, phonology, Greek-Latin language contact, Latin syntax, semantics, and discourse-pragmatics.
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