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Lecture 7: Early Rome
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Main Questions What can we say about the development of Rome as a city? What does the archaeology have to say about how Rome functioned as a city? What can we say about Roman cultural influences? Who is influencing the Romans and how? Who are the Romans influencing?
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Etruscan League of 12 cities (?) Solid Red: Etruria / home of the Etruscans Hatched Red: area of Etruscan influence Rome
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Larger Centers Smaller Centers Rome
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Topography of early Rome
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Important Dates 753 BCE: Rome supposedly founded by Romulus 509 BCE: Republic established
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Topography of early Rome
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Iron Age Huts
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Reconstruction and Plan of Early Iron Age Huts (“Hut of Romulus”) on Palatine Hill (9 th c. BCE)
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Reconstruction of Early Iron Age Huts (“Hut of Romulus”) on Palatine Hill (9 th c. BCE)
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The Lupercal Archaic bronze statue in Rome Portrait of Emperor (Hadrian?) wearing breastplate
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Archaic Rome (6 th –4 th c.)
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Plan Servian wall Plan of Servian wall (4 th c BCE) –over predecessor from 6 th c BCE?
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Reconstructed Section of Servian Wall (4 th c.BCE)
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Servian Wall (4 th c. BCE)
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Servian Wall (4 th c. BCE)
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Servian Wall (4 th c. BCE)
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Romulus killing Remus for jumping over wall / violating pomerium?
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The Early Forum (Romanum)
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Topography of early Rome Forum
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Cloaca Maxima under Forum Romanum (6 th c. BCE)
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Cloaca Maxima under Forum Romanum (6 th c. BCE)
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Cloaca Maxima under Forum Romanum (6 th c. BCE + later remodeling)
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Mouth of Cloaca Maxima at Tiber River
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This note was uploaded on 08/21/2008 for the course CLAR 120 taught by Professor Haggis during the Spring '08 term at UNC.

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