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Bellum Civilis: Mortem Reipublicae (screenshots)
Digital History Project
In the years 49-45 BCE Rome plunged into a bloody civil war. Often referred to as Caesar’s Civil War, the conflict would ultimately decide the fate of the two remaining members of the original triumvirate: Gaius Julius Caesar and Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus.
Final Digital Humanities assignment for Roman History (HIST 503), taught by Dr. Elizabeth Pollard. Students worked individually to create a thesis-driven and evidence-based interactive timeline or map detailing a theme in Roman History. Details about the class can be found at the class website (link may not be active): sites.google.com/sdsu.edu/hist503/
Screenshots of the online, interactive StoryMapJS. PDF created by Library staff. Long-term persistence and preservation is a challenge in Digital Humanities. DH projects regularly become inoperable or inactive. This project link may no longer be active: uploads.knightlab.com/storymapjs/95ece072ea96e6b895f376872d1e4d34/caesar-civil-wae/index.html
Caeser's Civil War
Arts and Letters
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