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Pompey the Great

Pierre Corneille

Pompey the Great

A tragedy.

by Pierre Corneille

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Published by Printed for Henry Herringman, and are to be Sold at his Shop at the Sign of the Anchor in the Lower Walk of the New-Exchange in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pompey, -- the Great, -- 106-48 B.C. -- Drama.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAs it was acted by the servants of His Royall Highness the Duke of York. Translated out of French by certain persons of honour ...
    GenreDrama.
    SeriesThree centuries of drama, Three centuries of English and American plays, 1500-1800
    ContributionsWaller, Edmund, 1606-1687., Dorset, Charles Sackville, Earl of, 1638?-1706., Sedley, Charles, Sir, 1639?-1701.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination3 p.l., 54, [3] p.
    Number of Pages54
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16848286M

    Book Description. To Romans of later generations the three decades between the dictatorships of Sulla and of Caesar were the age of Pompey the Great. In spite of the central role he played in Roman history, he remains a shadowy figure compared with the likes of Caesar and Cicero.   Pompey the Great, first published in , traces the career of this enigmatic character from his first appearance in public life on the staff of his father Strabo during the Social War, through his early military campaigns as Sulla’s lieutenant in the Civil War , as the Senate’s general in Italy and Spain during the 70s, to his first Author: John Leach.

    Pompey the Great gives readers a look inside the political and military world of ancient Rome and at one of the characters that shaped its destiny. Preview this book» What people are saying - . Pompey the Great was born in Rome on Sept. 29, bc. His father, a Roman noble, was consul in 89 bc. Pompey early distinguished himself as a military leader. In the civil war between Gaius Marius and Lucius Sulla he sided with Sulla, winning brilliant victories in Africa and Sicily.

    Great book about a great and famous club. Some funny stories from the greatest players to ever pull on the glorious royal blue shirt. PUP PTID. Read more. One person found this helpful. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. Antony layton. out of 5 stars It's this course is half as good as the last one it will be a good/5(11). Pompey The Great Salve, people of Rome. I'm Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus, but I prefer to be called Pompey the Great. I became known helping Sulla with my brilliant war tactics. Also, I finally defeated Spartacus, cleared the Mare Nostrum of pirates, and captured Syria and Palestine.


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Seager's Pompey is an excellent book that is a necessity for anyone wanting to fully understand the political career of Pompey Magnus. Over the years, countless books have been written on Caesar and the fall of the Republic, and I find it interesting that very few (at least very few in English) book have been written on the life of by:   "Pompey the Great" gives readers a look inside the political and military world of ancient Rome and at one of the characters that shaped its destiny.

This book presents a detailed study of the political career of one of the most important figures in the history of Rome/5. Pompey the Great gives readers a look inside the political and military world of ancient Rome and at one of the characters that shaped its destiny.

Reviews "Displays a high degree of expertise and professional competence an important contribution to the understanding of the late Republic and a valuable tool for future researchers.".

Pompey the Great, one of the great statesmen and generals of the late Roman Republic, a triumvir (61–54 bce) who was an associate and later an opponent of Julius Caesar. He was initially called Magnus (“the Great”) by his troops in Africa (82–81 bce), and he assumed the cognomen Magnus after Seager's Pompey is an excellent book that is a necessity for anyone wanting to fully understand the political career of Pompey Magnus.

Over the years, countless books have been written on Caesar and the fall of the Republic, and I find it interesting that very few (at least very few in English) book have been written on the life of Pompey.4/5(10). Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus (Pompey the Great) was born in BC in the northern Italian town of Picenum.

Though not a native Roman family, the Pompey the Great book were moderately successful at making inroads into Senate seats. Pompey the Great was a fantastic book, very balanced while leaning towards a neutral sympathetic approach to Pompey. Much like many others who were alive during the time of Sulla's arguably vicious reign in Rome, this coincidentally also set up such men as Marcus Licinius Crassus and our Gnaeus Pompey on the course for success as he became Pompey's /5.

Pompey the Great (Septem BCE–Septem 48 BCE) was one of the main Roman military leaders and statesmen during the final decades of the Roman made a political alliance with Julius Caesar, married his daughter, and then fought against him for control of the empire.

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This tome encompasses the period from 54 B.C., when Julius Caesar invaded Gaul and Britannia, and ends with the heinous and treacherous assassination of Pompey the Great in Egypt in 48 B.C. The story of C. Pompeius Magnus is one of glory and tragedy. He is raised as high as anyone can go only to be defeat at the hands of one friend and killed at the hands of another.

Robin Seager wrote a great book that I would recommend to anyone who wanted to learn more about the famous general Pompey the Great/5(6). Historian Ed Bispham discusses the Roman general Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus. Pompey the Great gives readers a look inside the political and military world of ancient Rome and at one of the characters that shaped its destiny.

About the Author Robin Seager is Reader in Classics and Ancient History at the University of Liverpool/5(6). "Life of Pompey". Book By Plutarch, transl. by John Dryden, 75 A.C.E.

Pompey, once a great commander, was defeated by the greater tactical skill of his former ally. Defeated, he fled the field. The End. Pompey sailed to Egypt. With the Empire in turmoil and Caesar on the rise, he had enemies everywhere. On Septem he was assassinated.

His head and body were handed to Caesar. Pompey generally found popularity amongst the masses at Rome who enjoyed his entertainments, the great spectacle of his triumphs (the only man of the time to have triumphed in Asia, Africa and Europe) and the facilities offered by the theatre he had constructed in the city (the first permanent example of such a structure).Author: E-J Graham.

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A School for Pompey Walker by Aminah Brenda Lynn Robinson, Michael J. Rosen and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at. Pompey the Great was one of the most important military commanders and politicians in the history of the Roman republic.

Ruthless and manipulative -- "moderate in everything but seeking domination," according to the historian Sallust -- he also inspired devotion from his soldiers and friends/5(47).Some Portsmouth-based sailors climbed to the top of Pompey's pillar in Egypt, and became known as the Pompey boys.

"Pompey" is northern slang for a prison, and there is a .The Roman Republic following Caesar’s conquest and on the eve of its first full blown civil war in 49 B.C. Author unknown CC BY-SA For his part, Pompey, conqueror of Spain, Syria, and Palestine, was confident that so many of his veterans lived in Italy that he needed only to stamp his foot and legions would spring from the very soil.