HIST680 - Special Topic: History
Course Code: HIST680 Course ID: 3084 Credit Hours: 3 Level: Graduate
HIST680: This course, when offered, is a one-time offering on an area of special interest that will vary each term. These are open to graduate students as an elective, or to fulfill concentration requirements. September 2019 Summer D: Roman Military This course charts the rise and fall of history's greatest imperial power. Special attention will be paid to the Punic Wars against Carthage, Rome's subjugation of the eastern Mediterranean, Julius Caesar's campaigns, the transformation from republic to empire, and the debate over how and why the Empire collapsed. Attention will also be paid to some of history's greatest soldiers: Hannibal, Scipio Africanus, and Julius Caesar.
|Book Title:||Imperial Roman Army|
|Author:||Le Bohec, Yann|
|Book Title:||Ancient Rome : A Military and Political History|
|Publication Info:||Cambridge University Press|
|Author:||Mackay, Christopher S.|
|Book Title:||Caesar : Life of a Colossus (Ebook available through the APUS Online Library)|
|Publication Info:||Yale University Press|
Not current for future courses.