By anyone's standards, the second century B.C. was a tumultuous time for Romans. Having finally succeeded in crushing their longtime rival, the once powerful city-state of Carthage, Rome now faced serious political and social problems caused by a widening gap in power and wealth between wealthy aristocrats and ordinary citizens. In 133 B.C., a climax was reached when an influential and powerful tribune, Tiberius Gracchus, proposed a series of land law reforms . . .
And so you have managed to stumble upon a long lost collection of texts, written on scrolls hung on the wall of a long forgotten tomb. Your job will be to begin to make sense of the events of 133 B.C. by studying and sorting these ancient documents. You will use a note pad for your own observations, which you should make as you read the texts one by one. Then, relying on your notes, you must correctly place the texts in their proper places in columns arranged by theme, as you will see later . . .
You may now proceed to the library. Good luck!