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Table of Contents
                            The Last Generation of the Roman Republic
Contents
Introduction to the Paperback Edition
Preface
Abbreviations
Introduction
I. The Aftermath of Sulla
	The Sullan Blueprint
	Challenges to the System
	Internal Adjustments
	Divisions and Factionalism
II. Political Alliances and Alignments
	Tensions in the Nobilitas
	Pompeius Magnus
	M. Licinius Crassus
	The Emergence of Julius Caesar
III. The "First Triumvirate" and the Reaction
	Formation of the Triumvirate
	The Impact of the Triumvirate
	The Oligarchy
	The Following of Pompey
	The Following of Caesar
IV. The Consuls and Consular Elections
	The Post-Sullan Decade
	Senatorial Rivalries and Electoral Contests
	Consular Elections and the "Triumvirate"
	The Sole Consulship of Pompeius Magnus
	The Consistency of the Electorate
V. The Senate
	The Praetors
	The Aediles
	The Tribunes
	The Pedarii
VI. Legislative Activity: Criminal and Administrative Law
	The Attack on Electoral Corruption
	Measures on Violence and Combines
	The Pompeian Laws of 52
	More Criminal Laws
	Administrative Legislation
VII. Criminal Trials: The Implications
	Pompeius and the Trials of the 60s
	Feuds and Rivalries
	The Facade and the Reality
	The Triumvirate and the Opposition
	Cicero, Clodius, and Pompeius
VIII. Criminal Trials: The Continuities
	The Reaction to Luca
	Trials and Tribulations of A. Gabinius
	The Case of M. Aemilius Scaurus
	Implementation of the Leges Pompeiae
	The Tenacity of Convention
IX. The Plebs and the Army
	The Urban Plebs
	The Army
	The Grain Distribution
	Land Distribution
X. Discontent and Violence
	Slaves, Freedmen, and Peregrini
	The Victims of Sulla
	The Conspiracy of Catiline
	Urban Violence
XI. The Coming of Civil War
	The Coalition Intact
	The Conservative Offensive
	C. Curio and the Increase of Tensions
	The Break
	Pretexts and Motives
Conclusion
Appendix I: Composition of the Senate
	I. The Praetors
	II. The Aediles
	III. The Tribunes
	IV. The Pedarii
	Summary of Magistrates and Senators, 78-49 B.C.
Appendix II: Additional Criminal Trials
Appendix III: Imperia extra ordinem
Bibliography
	Accame
	Balsdon
	Bleicken
	Cichorius
	Ehrenburg
	Giannelli
	Hawthorn
	Jameson
	Lintott
	Meloni
	Oost
	Rossi
	Sealey
	Stockton
	Tibiletti
	Waters
	Wistrand
Index Nominum
	Acilius, M'.
	Afranius (Continued)
	Antonius Hybrida (Continued)
	Caecilius Cornutus, C.
	Caesetius, P.
	Cispius, M.
	Clodius Pulcher (Continued)
	Cornelius Dolabella, P. (cos. 44)
	Cornelius Sulla (Continued)
	Fabius Vergilianus, Q.
	Gellius Publicola
	Julius Caesar (Continued)
	Junius Silanus, M.
	Licinius Lenticula
	Luscius, L.
	Marius, L.
	Octavius, L. (cos. 75)
	Pompeius Magnus (Continued)
	Pompeius Magnus (Continued)
	Porcius Cato (Continued)
	Rutilius Lupus, P.
	Sergius Catilina (Continued)
	Spartacus (Continued)
	Tullius Cicero (Continued)
	Turius, L.
	Visellius Varro, C.
Index Rerum
	Adsectatores and nomenclatores
	Asia (Continued)
	Consulship (Continued)
	Equités (Continued)
	Imperia extra ordinem (Continued)
	Lex Aurelia indiciaria (Continued)
	Lex Plautia de vi (70?)
	Numidia
	Proscriptions (Continued)
	Syria
                        

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