Historian Livy Essays and Term Papers

  • is livy an accurate historian?

    Does Livy have a consistent standard of historical accuracy in Books 1-5? In books 1-5 of the _Ab Urbe Condita_, Livy sets down in detail the foundation of Rome and tells the story right through to the defeat by the Gauls in 390BC. Livy draws on a number of sources to create his history and is the only...

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  • is livy an accurate historian?

    Does Livy have a consistent standard of historical accuracy in Books 1-5? In books 1-5 of the _Ab Urbe Condita_, Livy sets down in detail the foundation of Rome and tells the story right through to the defeat by the Gauls in 390BC. Livy draws on a number of sources to create his history and is the only...

      2258 Words | 7 Pages  

  • A Historian

    Tamika Washington US History 25 August 2013 Task Three: Writing Like a Historian Have you ever wondered who discovered America? When and how this world came to be? Where did all these animals come from? Even though reading that...

      695 Words | 2 Pages  

  • Historians

    written. When you study history you don’t study the events. You study their changing interpetagiton in those events the body of works of individual historians. But now I find its just as interesting and important to figure out the circumstances of who the recorder is. His prejudices. What was ok and socially...

      949 Words | 3 Pages   Historiography, History

  • Livy Notes

    Livy V and Aenied XII (1757 words) Livy V (sections 22-23, 39-44, 47-50)(chose one out of lines and two from) The Character of Camillus (section 23) And there Camillus dedicated to her the temple he had vowed.. There the fall of Veii came to be ‘’The return if Camillus drew greater crowds than...

      4718 Words | 11 Pages   Aeneid, Turnus, Juno (mythology)

  • Livy Essay

    Essay The ancient Roman poet named Livy once wrote the story Romulus and Remus were he writes historical fact of the death of Remus and ‘vulgatior fama’ or the common story. One of the major things Livy was concerned about was the lack of mortality within Rome and how it seemed to be almost extinct....

      1047 Words | 3 Pages   Romulus and Remus, Founding of Rome

  • Progressive Historians

    One must decide the meaning of "progressive historiography." It can mean either the history written by "progressive historians," or it can mean history written by historians of the Progressive era of American history and shortly after. The focus that was chosen for this paper is more in keeping with...

      6747 Words | 16 Pages   United States Constitution

  • Historian Assignment

    Historian Assignment 1st picture “War on terror” (pg 405) I believe that this picture should be in my Textbook because we can learn a lot from this picture and how it molded our future. For example “violence isn’t the answer”, The estimated three to 4.4 trillion dollars Washington has incurred either...

      325 Words | 2 Pages   HIV/AIDS, Management of HIV/AIDS, HIV

  • Historian Story

    The Betal said, O king, in the Gaur country, Vardhman by name, there is a city, and one called Gunshekhar was the Raja of that land. His minister was one Abhaichand, a Jain, by whose teachings the king also came into the Jain faith. The worship of Shiva and of Vishnu, gifts of cows, gifts of lands,...

      848 Words | 2 Pages  

  • Queens and Historians

    will rely on to compare and contrast these two queens. Before diving into discussing of Anne Boleyn’s and Mary Stuart’s biographies by these two historians, it is important to note the different approaches these two use. The biographies have deviating styles. For example, Wormald goes into much greater...

      2788 Words | 8 Pages   Anne Boleyn, Protestantism, Protestant Reformation, Henry VIII of England

  • Mr. Historian

    History forms the understandings of the future. It help the person to understand and apply his/her understandings from the past events to the future. This makes possible for the person to figure and deal with the new inventions. The Rest of the Story The authors of antebellum slave narratives often...

      1050 Words | 3 Pages   Abolitionism in the United States, Slave narrative, Free negro, Slavery in the United States

  • Historians and Slavery

    Woodrow Wilson on Slavery Origins of Slavery The general merits of the question of slavery in the United States, its establishment, its development, its social, political, and economic effects, it is now possible to discuss without passion [...] It would seem plain, for one thing, that the charges...

      2206 Words | 6 Pages   Slavery in the United States, Indentured servant, Abolitionism in the United States

  • Project Historian

    DL_HIST 1301 30367_assign1_Arora PROJECT HISTORIAN Thinking Through the Past: “Truth About Textbooks” |Instructions: Read chapter one in the Holitz reader, then answer the following questions with these objectives in mind: | |This assignment requires students...

      650 Words | 4 Pages   John Smith (explorer)

  • Faith of A Historian

    Faith of a Historian By Samuel Eliot Morison To you, fellow members, who have honored me by election to your presidency this year, I feel that I owe a sort of apologia pro vita mea, a statement of the beliefs and principles that have guided my teaching and writing during the thirty-eight years...

      6315 Words | 17 Pages  

  • Historian as curandera

    Historian as curandera Abstract History is story we tell ourselves as Khalil Gibran Muhamad defined it , or Story we tell ourselves about how past explains our present and the way story is told is shaped by contemporary needs as Aurora Levnis Morales nicely put it. Likewise it could be stated...

      4549 Words | 12 Pages   Frantz Fanon, Narrative, Reason

  • Historian Tools

    event in time and place and often they interpret the primary sources. The most common secondary source is a history of your topic that a previous historian has written, although later newspaper articles or evaluations of past events are also secondary sources. The two types of sources can overlap-- an...

      3786 Words | 12 Pages   Focus group, Social science, Quantitative research, Survey methodology

  • Livy Essay Final

    Camillus’ speech reveal about how Livy used his past to engage with and critique his present? “What makes Livy and Augustan author… is not a fixed ideology but his constant formulation and reformulation of some of the central ideas of the age” (Galinsky, 1996. p. 283) Livy chooses to write history about...

      3092 Words | 12 Pages   Augustus

  • Historian Facts

    HISTORIAN AND HIS FACTS In the first chapter of "The Historian and his Facts," Edward Carr laid out the question of what defines history and the role of facts in writing history. Carr laid out the opposition viewpoint that facts speak for themselves and that it lay out directly how history should be...

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  • 2.10 Historian

    I agree with the statement, “The removal of Native Americans from their lands by the Indian Removal Act of 1830 violated their political, legal, and human rights.” The United States’ government was selfish for themselves with the prospering of themselves; the Indians were very understanding to all the...

      669 Words | 2 Pages   Indian removal, John Ross (Cherokee chief), Indian Removal Act, Native Americans in the United States

  • Livy: the Rise of Rome

    to flight, said it was the eyes of the Romans, which seemed to them to blaze, along with their furious expression and frenzied glare." (VII, 34.9) Livy gives multiple examples of Romans who were running away, that when confronted of it by their leader, would turn around and attack with such fury that...

      1675 Words | 5 Pages   Ancient Macedonian army, Phalanx formation, Roman Republic, Roman consul