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ROME AND ETRURIA WITHOUT THEIR MYTHS I
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according Aeneas Aeneid Alba Longa alleged ancestor ancient Ancus Ancus Marcius Ascanius attributed Augustan Augustus became Brutus Cacus Caere Caesar Camillus Capitoline Cato chapter Cicero claimed Claudius Clusium Cnaeus connexion consul Coriolanus cult Cumae Dido Dionysius divine earlier early enemies Ennius Etruria Etruscan Evander Fabii Fabius Pictor Fasti favour fifth century bc Forum founder fourth century bc fragment Gaius Gauls gods Greece Greek Hercules hero hill historian Horatius Italian Italy Jupiter king later Latin Latium Lavinium Livy Livy's Lucius Macer Marcus mythical Naevius origin Palatine perhaps Piso plebeian Plutarch political Porsenna Priscus probably Punic Quintus Remus Republic Roman mythology Roman myths Rome Rome's Romulus Sabine Scaevola second century bc Servius Tullius Sicily story survived Tarpeia Tarquinius Superbus Tarquins Tatius temple third century bc Tiber tion town tradition Trojan Troy Valerius Antias Varro Veii Virgil Vulci writers