CREATED ON 28th April 2017
COMPLETED ON 2nd May 2017
Expert hired: Joseph Kabaiya

Who constructed the histories of the Julio Claudians and why?

I really need someone who knows and loves their ancient history. This is quite a big assignment so if you're already working on a lot of papers, it would probably be best if you didn't take on this task as i want it to be as perfect as it possibly can with lots of love and hard work gone into it. It is extremely important for you to follow EVERYTHING i have written in the criteria, outcomes assessed, task description and included information. So pretty much just follow everything i have written. This is a research task, the topic focus is, Rome: Rome in the time of the Julio-Claudians AD 14 - 69. OUTCOMES ASSESSED - Identify & account for differing perspectives and interpretations of the past - Locate, select & organise relevant information from a variety of sources - Communicate a knowledge and understanding of historical features and issues using appropriate oral & written forms. Task Description: EVALUATE the ancient literary tradition of ONE Julio-Claudian Princep (Tiberius). You should address at least THREE aspects of their principate selected from the syllabus dot points. INCLUDE . Portfolio style format: Title Page, contents - 2,000 - 2,500 words, pictures (tables/graphs, timelines, sources- if needed to visually represent an idea) . Ancient interpretations (Tacitus, Suetonius, Cassius Dio, Vellius Paterculus, Seneca etc) . Modern interpretations (Barret, Griffin, Rowe, Hurley etc) . Archaeological evidence (Sculpture, numismatic evidence, sites, buildings, artefacts etc) . An professional university level annotated bibliography (three top used sources at least) WILL BE ASSESSED ON: . Identify differing perspectives and interpretations of the Julio Claudians . Present the findings of independent research in written form . Locate, select & organise relevant information from a range of ancient & modern , written & archaeological sources EXPECTED LENGTH; 2,000 - 2,500 CRITERIA; - Provides a sustained and logical account of why and/or how individuals groups, events and forces and ideas are related. Report is of required length - Demonstrate comprehensive and accurate historical knowledge and understanding relevant to the question - Supports the response with detailed and accurate information from relevant sources: may analyse and evaluate sources - Presents a cohesive response using a range of appropriate historical terms and concepts.
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