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GEOGRAPHY OF ITALY
ETRUSCANS AND GREEKS IN ITALY
EARLY ROME TO THE FALL OF THE MONARCHY
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administration Africa allies Antony appointed army Asia Minor Assembly attack Augustus Aurelian authority barbarian became Caesar Carthage Carthaginian Centuriate Assembly century B.C. Christian Church citizens civil classes colonies command Constantine Constantinople consul consulship Council cult cultural Danube death defeated Diocletian early East Eastern edicts Egypt emperor Empire equestrian established Etruscan faction fifth century foederati forced fourth century frontier Gaius Galerius Gallienus Gaul Goths Greek imperial imperium important influence invasion Italian Italy Justinian king land later Latin Latium legions legislation Macedonia magistrates Marcus Maximian military Monophysite municipal Octavian organization Ostrogoths pagan Parthian patrician peace plebeian Plebeian Council political Pompey praetorian prefect Principate provinces recruited reign religious revolt Rhine Roman Rome Rome's Samnites second century Senate senatorial Severus Sicily slaves soldiers Spain Stilicho successor Syria territory Theodosius third century Tiberius tradition Trajan tribes tribunes troops Valentinian Vandals victory Visigoths West Western