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Lucius Cornelius Sulla, History and Tradition

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ISBN: 978-83-7784-463-2
Description: softcover, 253 pages (17x24 cm)
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Weight: 505g.


Lucius Cornelius Sulla, History and Tradition, (ed. by) D. Slapek, I. Luc, Maria Curie-Sklodowska University Press, Lublin 2013

List of Abbreviations
Norbert Rogosz
Conditions of L. Cornelius Sulla's command during the first war
with Mithridates VI, the king of Pontus - Sulla's conflict with G. Marius
Hanna Appel
Some Remarks on the hostis dedamtio of 88 B.C.
Ireneusz Luc
Sulla and Marius — Two Visions of the Roman Army?
Anastasia Baukova
Pergamum and Ephesus in Mithridates' Wars Times
Stanislaw Ducin
Lucius Licinius Lucullus and the Operations of the Roman Fleet between 87-86 B.C.
Artur Zychowicz
Lucius Cornelius Sulla and Athens (87—86)
Tomasz Ladori
Sulla's peace negotiations with Cinna's faction in 85—83 B.C.
Pawel Madejski
Death, Funeral and the Tomb of Sulla
Oleh Petrechko
Political Persecution - Sulla and the Second Triumvirate
Agnieszka Dziuba
The Use of Rhetorics in the Latin Descriptions of Lucius Cornelius Sulla
Agata A. Kluczek
L. Cornelius Sulla in the Roman Numismatic Tradition
Krzysztof Krolczyk
"Ein neuer Sulla". Zur Rezeption Sulks in der Hohen Kaiserzeit: Commodus, Septimius Severus und Caracalla
Krzysztof Amielariczyk
Lex Cornelia de iniuriis: Roman Private or Already Public Law?
Anna B. Miaczewska
Good General Becoming Evil Tyrant: the Deconstruction
of the Sullan topos
Dariusz Slapek
Sulla Polonus — Sulla the Dictator in a Literary Discourse
of the People's Republic of Poland

Lucius Cornelius Sulla was an outstanding and complex personality and therefore his person triggered extremely different reactions already among his contemporaries. The struggle for power over the Roman Empire, in which Sulla was one of the main participants, had not only the political dimension. There were different visions concerning the organization of the Roman State which was to come into existence on the ruins of the Republic, they clashed with each other. No wonder then that so many participants of the conference, the outcome of which is this volume, have focused their attention on the controversies over the image of Sulla in the ancient and modern historiography as well as in the literature of the subject.