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  1. Author: Yakobson, Alexander
    Title: Elections and Electioneering in Rome: A Study in the Political System of the Late Republic
    Review/Collection: "Historia. Einzelschriften", 128
    Place edition: Stuttgart
    Editor: Franz Steiner Verlag
    Year edition: 1999
    Pages: 251
    Description: [Abstract] Analyses the Roman electoral system under the late Republic and its impact on the Republican political system as a whole. The political system of the Republic is often described as narrowly oligarchic. All forms of popular participation had little real impact on how the Republic was run. Though this view has been challenged in recent years, the Republican electoral system is still widely regarded as controlled and manipulated by the narrow circle of Roman nobility. Book offers a very different picture: a wide popular electorate, free to choose between upper-class candidates who fiercely competed for the votes of the populace and had to make great efforts in order to win popularity with the common people. Competitive popular elections influenced the whole balance of power between the common people and the elite.

    Author initials: Yakobson 1999
  2. Author: Yakobson, Alexander
    Title: Petitio et Largitio: Popular Participation in the Centuriate Assembly of the Late Republic
    Review/Collection: "Journal of Roman Studies", 82
    Year edition: 1992
    Pages: 32-52
    Author initials: Yakobson 1992
  3. Author: Yakobson, Alexander
    Title: Secret ballot and its effects in the late Roman Republic
    Review/Collection: "Hermes", 123, 4
    Year edition: 1995
    Pages: 426-442
    Author initials: Yakobson 1995
  4. Author: Yamaguchi, Akiko
    Title: Some observations on the use of cognitive verbs in Cicero's epistles
    Review/Collection: "Journal of Classical Studies", 13
    Year edition: 1965
    Pages: 98-115
    Description: Distinction des verba iudicandi, par lesquels le locuteur s’exprime sur des faits incertains, et des verba recognoscendi, qui établissent des faits certains. De plus, la phrase sans verbe déclaratif dénote les faits tels qu’ils sont sans parti pris du locuteur. L’auteur analyse la manière courante dans ses lettres - dont Cicéron utilise ces ressources dans son style ainsi que sur le registre affectif.
    Works: Epistulae ad AtticumEpistulae ad familiaresEpistulae ad M. BrutumEpistulae ad Quintum fratrem 
    Author initials: Yamaguchi 1965
  5. Author: Yavets, Zvi
    Title: The Failure of Catiline's Conspiracy
    Review/Collection: "Historia", 12, 4
    Year edition: 1963
    Pages: 485-499
    Description: [PhR] Analyse le nombre et la qualité des soutiens reçus par Catilina lors de la conspiration.
    Works: In Catilinam I-IV 
    Author initials: Yavets 1963
  6. Author: Yavetz, Zvi
    Title: Cicero: a man of letters in politics
    Review/Collection: in: Clark, G. & Rajak, T. (Ed.), Philosophy and power in the Graeco-Roman world: essays in honour of Miriam Griffin
    Place edition: Oxford
    Editor: Oxford University Press
    Year edition: 2002
    Pages: 173-180
    Review: Ramelli, "Gerin", 2003, 21, (2), 168-173 - Erler, "Classical Review", 2004, NS, 54, (1), 73-76 - Watt, "International Philosophical Quarterly", 2004, 44, (1), 173, 124-126 - Steel, "Journal of Roman Studies", 2004, 94, 192-193 - Morford, "New England classical journal", 2004, 31, (3), 341-343 - Ramelli, "Myrtia", 2005, 20, 328-334
    Description: Le manque d’originalité tant reproché aux oeuvres de Cicéron ne doit pas masquer son art et ses jaillissements. [PhR] - Abstract: This chapter argues that Cicero, so immediately recognizable as a human being, has carried the burden of unreasonable expectations. It evokes, with firmness and sympathy, the pressures on a power-holder who must make political judgements without time for philosophical reflection. Cicero is not a philosopher or even an intellectual in politics: he is an intellectual politician, a man of letters -3 index

    Author initials: Yavetz 2002
  7. Author: Yebra, Valentín García [Ed. & Trans.]
    Title: *Cicero, Marcus Tullius, De amicitia
    Place edition: Madrid
    Editor: Ed. Gredos
    Year edition: 1987
    Pages: 63
    Description: 5eme éd. annotée. 1ère éd. en 1947.
    Works: Laelius de amicitia 
    Author initials: Yebra 1987
  8. Author: Yon, Albert
    Title: Sur la composition de l'Orator de Cicéron
    Review/Collection: In: Actes du Congrès de Lyon de l'Association Guillaume Budé (8-13 septembre 1958)
    Place edition: Paris
    Editor: Les Belles Lettres
    Year edition: 1960
    Pages: 296-297
    Description: L’auteur s’intéresse à la construction de l’Orator et à l’intention qui la définit: la distinction des trois styles est au coeur de l’ouvrage, sous l’effet de la question initiale posée par Brutus, qui le contraint à donner sa position face aux néo-attiques. [PhR]
    Works: Orator 
    Author initials: Yon 1960
  9. Author: Yon, Albert [Ed. & Trans.]
    Title: *Cicero, Marcus Tullius, L'Orateur. Du meilleur genre d'orateurs
    Place edition: Paris
    Editor: Les Belles Lettres
    Year edition: 1964
    Works: OratorDe optimo genere oratorum 
    Author initials: Yon 1964
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