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Western Civilization I Terms Ancient Greece and Rome Polis • Athens • oligarchy • Solon (fl. 594) • tyranny • democracy • Macedonia • Philip II (d. 336) • phalanx • Alexander the Great (d. 323) • Battle of the Granicus, 334 • Darius III (d. 330) • Siege of Tyre, 332 • Battle of Gaugamela, 331 • Hellenism • Alexandria • Septuagint • Ptolemaic Egypt (323-30 B.C.) • Latium • Romulus and Remus • Patriarchs / Plebians • Patronae (“godfather”) • Etruscan Monarchy (753-509) • Consul • Senate • dictator • Tribal Assembly / tribune • Centuriate • Carthage • Punic Wars • Hannibal • Battle of Cannae, 216 • Brothers Gracchi (fl. 133-23) • Marius and Sulla (fl. 107-83) • Julius Caesar (d. 44) • Pompey (d. 48) Triumvirate • Mark Antony (d. 31) • Octavian Caesar (d. 14 A.D.) • Cicero (d. 43) • Cleopatra VII (d. 31) • Pax Romana • Princeps • Julio-Claudians (14-68) • Nero (d. 68) • Flavians (69-96) •
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