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    The First Triumvirate

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    The First Triumvirate "3 paragraphs, why did Caesar, Pompey and Crassus need the (amicittia) First Triumvirate." Crassus' motives for the need for the First Triumvirate according to Scullard are as follows, "Crassus supported a request from a company of tax-gatherers that the Senate should adjust a bad bargain which they had made in contracting for the taxes of Asia." His supporters had found out that Asia had been 'economically raped' due to the Mithradatic wars, where Asia was sandwiched

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    Explain the formation and the break down of the First Triumvirate The formation of the First Triumvirate took place because of the political motives and the personal motives of the three ruthlessly ambitious power brokers in Rome. These men required the co-operation of the other two in order to further their political careers. During the time of the First Triumvirate many extraordinary powers where obtained and in some cases these where unprecedented. There are some key factors that have to

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    says of Antony in Act 1 scene 4- “… (Speaking of Antony) he fishes, drinks, and wastes the lamps of night in revel; is not more manlike than Cleopatra, nor the Queen of Ptolomy more womanly than he.” Coming from Caesar, one of Antony’s triumvirate counterparts, this is a strong statement, highlighting the problems Antony has caused. I do believe that there is much more depth to Antony’s self in Egypt, however it seems at essence he is a different man. The theme of Antony being a ‘fallen

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    Téleios Manifesto

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    punishment of sin upon us, we have to have a few rules set in place to control our perfect society! Government and rules: We are ran by a triumvirate which is a 3 person ruling. We like to use this type of government because we don’t want 1 main ruler to call all the shots. Each leader of the triumvirate has one main role in the community. The laws are enforced by the Triumvirate. Basically if the people are displeased with a law or wants to add a law they would simply send in a law to be enforced. There are

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    The First and Second Triumvirate

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    The First Triumvirate and The Second Triumvirate The First Triumvirate and The Second Triumvirate were two very different systems of leadership considering the people that were involved. The people that were each had their own way of ruling, which caused complications and which also caused triumph in certain cases. The First Triumvirate did not accomplish as much as the Second Triumvirate due to difficulties among each other. Julius Caesar, an effective

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    Honor in Thorstein The Staff-Struck Honor is something that is earned, but it must also be defended in order to be upheld in the eyes of all.  In “Thorstein The Staff-Struck” one’s respect is based on their honor alone. Honor is the essence of a life worth living. In this story, a life without honor means that the life is worthless. Death is better than having no honor. Men will easily give their lives without second thought to earn, and protect it. Honor’s role in “Thorstein the Staff-Struck”

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    Lepidus becomes a pivotal concern. As the play progresses, the dynamics of the triumvirate changes and becomes more complicated, providing the audience with the main political conflict that sometimes overshadows the romance of the title characters in the play. Shakespeare provides the audience with several different images of the triumvirate through different characters. The play’s first mentioning of the triumvirate is, in essence, a masculine Roman perspective of a soldier. This is brought

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    Act I, Scene 1 1. What is the setting? 2. For what celebration are the people preparing? 3. Name the men who argue with people. 4. Why do these men scold the people? 5. What does this tell you about the loyalties of the people? Act I, Scene 2 6. What favor does Caesar ask Antonius? 7. What is “Calpurnia’s curse”? 8. What dramatic device does the Soothsayer represent? 9. Brutus seems troubled when he is first presented to us. Why is he disturbed? 10. What does Cassius try to convince Brutus to do

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    At the inception of any empire, there is always upheaval and a degree of disrupting the “natural order.” Whether it is a revolution of the common people against the aristocracy or a dictator rising to take total control, reforming an entire system of government is neither smooth nor clean. However, when a politician sets out to change the government to their advantage, they will often masquerade as champions of the people to gain their trust and disable power amongst their competition. None pulled

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    Mark Antony, in the play The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, was a brave, intelligent, pleasure-loving, and cunning man. He was loyal to his friend, Caesar, whom he considered a true friend. He looked at life as a game in which he had a signified part to play, and played that part with excellent refinement and skill. Antony was devoted and preferred to be dependent upon Julius Caesar since he rather have enjoyed life than to claim the highest position in the government. He wanted the crown to be given

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