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    • Cicero and Caesar : A Turbulent Amicitia 

      Parison, Adam L. (East Carolina University, 2014)
      Though some study into the relationship between Cicero and Caesar has occurred, it is relatively little and the subject warrants more consideration. This is a significant gap in the historiography of late republican ...
    • Ionian Revolt, Reconsidered 

      Joyner, Misty Denise (East Carolina University, 2010)
      In the scope of historical events recorded by Herodotus, no event has been more pivotal in capturing the relationship between the mainland and Ionian Greeks and their enemy, and at times supporter, Persian Empire than the ...
    • The Succession Plans of Augustus and Tiberius 

      Bryan, Danielle M. (East Carolina University, 2012)
      This thesis examines the role of Tiberius in Augustus' succession plan. Tiberius was important because he became emperor after Augustus' death at Nola in AD 14. Augustus wanted a direct family heir, someone of Julian ...
    • The Military Reforms of Gaius Marius in their Social, Economic, and Political context 

      Gambino, Michael C. (East Carolina University, 1/13/16)
      The goal of this thesis is, as the title affirms, to understand the military reforms of Gaius Marius in their broader societal context. In this thesis, after a brief introduction (Chap. I), Chap. II analyzes the Roman ...