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  NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Romulus and Remus   (Site not responding. Last check: )
753 BC) are the traditional founders of Rome, appearing in Roman mythology as the twin
The Roman Legion (from Latin, from lego, legere, legi, lectus — to collect) is a term that can apply both as a transliteration of legio (conscription or army) to the entire Roman army and also, more narrowly (and more commonly), to the heavy infantry that was the basic military unit of...
Ancient Rome was a civilization that grew from a small agricultural community founded on the Italian Peninsula circa the 9th century BC to a massive empire straddling the Mediterranean Sea.
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April 21, 753 BC - The city of Rome and the Roman Kingdom is founded and ruled by the first king Romulus (according to tradition).
Takelot III, Pharaoh of the Twenty-third dynasty of Egypt (764- 757 BC).
Rudamun, Pharaoh of the Twenty-third dynasty of Egypt (757 - 754 BC).
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 ROME, HISTORY OF.
The legendary date of the founding was 753 bc; it was ascribed to Romulus and Remus, the twin sons of Rhea Silvia, a vestal virgin and the daughter of Numitor, king of Alba Longa.
In 494 bc a secession of plebeian soldiers led to the institution of the tribuni plebis, who were elected annually as protectors of the plebs; they had the power to veto the acts of patrician magistrates, and thus served as the leaders of the plebs in the struggles with the patricians.
In Africa the overthrow, in 106 bc, of Jugurtha, king of Numidia, by the consul Gaius Marius with the assistance of Lucius Cornelius Sulla increased the military renown of the Republic, as did the defeat of the Cimbri and the Teutones in southern Gaul and northern Italy by Marius after his return from Africa.
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Takelot III, Pharaoh of the Twenty-third dynasty of Egypt (764- 757 BC).
Rudamun, Pharaoh of the Twenty-third dynasty of Egypt (757 - 754 BC).
Iuput, Pharaoh of the Twenty-third dynasty of Egypt (754 - 715 BC).
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 Roman Republic
The Roman Republic traditionally lasted as a representative government of Rome and its territories from 509 BC until the establishment of the Roman Empire, typically placed at 44 BC or 27 BC.
It marked the northernmost border of the territory in which the Latin language was spoken and the southern edge of Etruria, the territory in which the Etruscan language was spoken.
The Romans were very much convinced that their city was founded in the year 753 BC.
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 Kids.Net.Au - Encyclopedia > 753 BC
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April 21 753 BC - Rome founded by Romulus (according to tradition).
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 Ancient Rome - MSN Encarta
Tarquinius, who ruled between 616 and 579 bc, was said to have drained the marshes between the hills and paved an area for the market place that became known as the Roman Forum.
His successor, Servius Tullius (578–535 bc), organized the Roman army into groups of 100 men called centuries and was said to have built a new wall around the city.
The cruel seventh king, Lucius Tarquinus Superbus or Tarquin the Proud (534–510 bc), was expelled in 510 after his son cruelly raped Lucretia, a virtuous Roman matron and the wife of his kinsman Collatinus.
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 750s BC at AllExperts
* Osorkon III, Pharaoh of the Twenty-second dynasty of Egypt (787 - 759 BC).
* Rudamun, Pharaoh of the Twenty-third dynasty of Egypt (757 - 754 BC).
* Iuput, Pharaoh of the Twenty-third dynasty of Egypt (754 - 715 BC).
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 753 BC Article, 753 Information   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Takelot III, Pharaoh of the Twenty-Third Dynasty (764- 757 BC).
Rudamon, Pharaoh of the Twenty-Third Dynasty (757 - 754 BC).
Iuput, Pharaoh of the Twenty-Third Dynasty (754 - 715 BC).
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 Roman Empire - Printer-friendly - MSN Encarta
After the founding of Rome in 753 bc, powerful kings ruled until, according to patriotic legend, the Romans expelled the last foreign monarch in 509 bc and established a more representative form of government known as the Roman Republic.
In 49 bc Caesar, who had held many of the highest political offices in Rome, marched into Italy to challenge the leaders of the republic.
By 30 bc Octavian was the unchallenged successor to Caesar and the master of Rome.
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 World History Timeline
485 BC Protagoras of Abdera (485-415) is born.
October 1, 331 BC Alexander's 35,000 troops fight Darius's 200,000 in the battle of Gaugamela.
Summer 326 BC At the Hyphasis river, Alexander's army refuses to march further into India and he is forced to turn back.
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 History of Rome - WOI Encyclopedia Italia
Archaeological finds have confirmed that in the 8th century BC in the area of the future Rome there were two fortified settlements, the Rumi one on the Palatine Hill and the Titientes one on the Quirinal Hill, backed by the Luceres living in the nearby woods.
The traditional date of founding (753 BC) is a conventional date set much later by the historian Varro, assigning a length of 35 years to each of the seven generations corresponding to the seven mythological kings.
In the 8th century BC, these Italic speakers — Latins (in the west), Sabines (in the upper valley of the Tiber), Umbrians (in the north-east), Samnites (in the South), Oscans and others — shared the peninsula with two other major ethnic groups: the Etruscans in the North, and the Greeks in the south.
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 Rome Unleashed - City to Empire Overview
The Etruscans ruled Rome for a little over a century: the traditional dates are 616 BC for the accession of the first Etruscan king, Tarquinius Priscus, and 510 BC for the expulsion of the last, Tarquinius Superbus.
The greatest wars of the 2nd century BC were fought in the Balkans and the east Mediterranean.
Under the terms of this arrangement Caesar become consul in 59 BC and was then made governor of the two Gallic provinces, Cisalpina south of the Alps, the other Transalpina covering the southern part of modern France.
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 History of Rome
753 BC is commonly believed to be the founding of Rome by Romulus.
After their defeat in the First Punic War, Carthage had expanded into Spain under the control of the brilliant general Hannibal (no, he was not a cannibal).
133 BC: Tiberius Sempronius Gracchus elected as a tribune and later, killed in a riot.
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 Roman Republic
The Legendary Founding of Rome - 753 BC The Romans were very much convinced that their city was founded in the year 753 BC.
The Foundation of the Republic - 509 BC Livy's version of the establishment of the Republic states that the last of the Kings of Rome, Lucius Tarquinius Superbus (superbus, "the proud") had a thoroughly unpleasant son, Sextus Tarquinius, who raped a Roman noblewoman named Lucretia.
In 73 BC he and some of his comrades rebelled at Capua and fled towards mount Vesuvius.
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753 BC) are the traditional founders of Rome, appearing in Roman mythology as the twin
When Romulus began digging a trench where his city's wall was to run on April 21, 753 BC, Remus ridiculed some parts of the work, and obstructed others.
New York Times travel guide to Rome: "the Capitoline Wolf, a 6th-century BC Etruscan bronze, holds a place of honor in the museum; the suckling twins were added during the Renaissance to adapt the statue to the legend of Romulus and Remus."
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 Roman History (753 B.C. - A.D. 476)
The old legends say that Romulus founded the city in 753 BC when the settlements on the seven hills were united.
The struggle was a long one, and it was not until 367 BC that it was decided one of the two consuls should be a plebeian.
In 350 BC the plebeians were admitted to the dictatorship.
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 Roman History
753 BC is commonly believed to be the founding of Rome by Romulus.
133 BC: Tiberius Sempronius Gracchus elected as a tribune and later, killed in a riot.
123 BC -- 121 BC: Gaius Sempronius Gracchus elected tribune.
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 History of Rome
During 201-196 BC the Celts of the Po Valley were subjugated, and their territory was Latinized, but they themselves were declared incapable of acquiring Roman citizenship.
BC), fought the Romans in the Third (and final) Macedonian War, which terminated in the utter rout of his armies and his capture at Pydna in 168 BC by the general Lucius Aemilius Paullus (229?-160?
In 67 BC the statesman and general Pompey the Great, who had fought the Marian party in Africa, Sicily, and Spain, cleared the Mediterranean of pirates and was then put in charge of the war against Mithridates.
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 Chronology of the Republic   (Site not responding. Last check: )
753 B.C. - (This is a traditional date accepted by ancient historians, but for which there is no certain evidence.) Rome was allegedly founded on 21 April by Romulus (in myth a descendant of the Trojan hero Aeneas), who later killed his twin brother, Remus, in a quarrel.
58—51 BC - Caesar's conquest of all of Gaul.
53 BC - The Parthians defeat a Roman army at the battle of Carrhae in which Crassus was killed.
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 GovMint.com - The Roman Empire
According to Roman folk tales, the city of Rome was founded in 753 BC by Romulus, son of the god Mars.
In 356 BC, a son was born to King Philip II of Macedonia, a region that connects the Greek peninsula with the Balkans.
In 334 BC, Alexander led an army of 35,000 men across the Dardanelles in an attempt to defeat the Persian Empire — the start of a 10-year, 10,000 mile campaign that expanded the Macedonian empire beyond the boundaries of the known world.
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 Christ and Caesar
Perhaps that is one of the reasons it is referred to as "the eternal city." Legend has it that Rome was founded in 753 BC by twin brothers
The legend says that these two were cast in the Tiber River as babes and then washed ashore to be suckled by a she-wolf until they were found by a shepherd and raised to manhood.
390 BC: Rome was destroyed by the Gauls.
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 Kingdoms of Italy - Rome
Rome was founded as a city state by the legendary Romulus on 21st April 753 BC.
The Etruscans governed the Italian Peninsula to the north of Rome, and ruled Rome as the southernmost of a chain of semi-independent city states.
Etruscans became dominant from the mid-9th century BC, and were at the height of their powers during the 8th - 7th centuries BC.
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The establishment of the plebeian assembly in 494 led to greater plebeian participation in the government, especially in 287 BC, when decisions and legislation of the plebeian assembly were binding on the entire Roman citizenry.
The conflict between the aristocracy and the plebeians became intensified after 200 BC because of the growing gap between the rich and the poor.
Although Sulla abdicated from dictatorship in 79 BC, he and Marius established the precedent that one could use military clout and intimidation to establish political supremacy over the Roman republican government.
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 Lecture 10: Early Roman Civilization, 753-509BC
The era of the Roman Republic falls between 509 B.C. and the Battle of Actium in 31 B.C. Rome under the Republic consolidated its power both at home and abroad, especially during the Punic and Macedonian Wars.
Finally, the period from 31 B.C. to A.D. constitutes the era of the Roman Empire.
Early Roman history – a history that dates from 509 B.C., when the Etruscan kings succumbed to Rome –; is an uneven mixture of fact and myth.
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The defeat of the Romans at Allia and the capture and burning of Rome by the Gauls under the leadership of the chief Brennus in 390 BC were great disasters, but their effect did not last long.
The capture of the Etruscan city of Veii in 396 BC by the soldier and statesman Marcus Furius Camillus spelled the end for Etruscan independence.
In 67 BC general Pompey, who had fought the Marian party in Africa, Sicily, and Spain, cleared the Mediterranean of pirates and was put in charge of the war against Mithridates.
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Built in the 2nd century BC overlooking the sea, it shows the comfortable elegance of houses of the wealthy in the later Republic.
50 B.C.) and at Terracina (Sanctuary of Jupiter Anxur, 2ndB.C.).
After the expulsion of the Etruscan kings in 509 B.C., killing a man suspected of trying to become a king was officially sanctioned by the Republic (hence the assassination of Julius Caesar in 44 B.C.).
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 The Ancient World
There is record of 7 kings of Rome during this period; Romulus ruled from 753-715 BC, followed by Numa Pompilius, a Sabine; Tullus Hostilius, a Latin; Ancus Marcius, another Sabine; Tarquin I, an Etruscan; Servius Tullius, Roman or Latin; and Tarquin II, an Etruscan.
These were slightly more complex than the average farmstead; they were attached to an estate and designed as more of a place for the owner to use when he visited that as a place of permanent residence.
In the early 3rd century BC, struck silver coins denari appeared, and by the late 3rd century BC, the bronze as had been reduced in weight and size.
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