When and Where: From 3.10pm on Friday in Napier LG 9. All are welcome.
Dr David Rafferty (Classics)
Abstract: The civil war between Caesar and Pompeius was fought all around the Mediterranean, with a bewildering variety of subordinate commanders often operating on their own. Given this was largely a dispute over legitimacy, by what right did these subordinate commanders claim their authority? And what was the source of legitimate imperium in any case, in a Republic which had seen enormous experimentation with its granting in recent decades?
After each seminar, tea will be available in the Napier Level 8 staff room.