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Roman Republic

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The Roman Republic (lat. Res publica Populi Romani ("The common cause of the people of Rome") is a historical epoch of Ancient Rome, dating back to 509-27 BC.The state — political system of the Republic combined democratic, oligarchic and monarchical (in the traditions of the previous tsarist era) elements.

The Roman Republic in 44 BC

Main topics covered in the Roman Republic section:

1. Unification of Italy under Roman rule:

2. The state system of republican Rome

3. Military campaigns of the Roman Republic:

4. Domestic politics in Republican Rome:

Periodization of the history of the Roman Republic:

Related topics

Rome, The Roman Empire, Royal Rome

Literature

Dementieva V. V. 2006: The Roman Republic: Institutional History and Semiology. Ideology. Kul'tura: Problemy mirovoi istorii: sb. nauch. trudy [Culture: Problems of World History: collection of scientific works].

Osterman, Lev. Roman History in Faces, Moscow: OGI, 1997, 624 p.

Rome, city/History of the city // Encyclopedia of Brockhaus and Efron : in 86 volumes (82 volumes and 4 additions). - St. Petersburg, 1890-1907.

Barthold Georg Niebuhr, The History of Rome, Julius Charles Hare and Connop Thirlwall, trans., John Smith, Cambridge, 1828.

Theodor Mommsen, Römische Geschichte, Leipzig, 1854–1856.

Frank Frost Abbott, A History and Description of Roman Political Institutions, Elibron Classics, 1901. ISBN 0-543-92749-0

Cyril E. Robinson, A History of the Roman Republic, London , Methuen, 1932.

F. W. Walbank, A. E. Astin, M. W. Frederiksen, R. M. Ogilvie (editors), The Cambridge Ancient History, vol. VII, part 2, The Rise of Rome to 220 B.C., Cambridge University Press, 1989.

J. A. Crook, F. W. Walbank, M. W. Frederiksen, R. M. Ogilvie (editors), The Cambridge Ancient History, vol. VIII, Rome and the Mediterranean to 133 B.C., Cambridge University Press, 1989.