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Unformatted text preview: Romulus first one to set up senate (100 Latin men and 100 Sabines) Numa Pompilius (715-673) reformed calendar, brought it up to 12 months Tullus Hostilius (673-642): war and expansion: Sabine war, conquered Alba Longa Ancus Marcius (642-617): little expansion; defensive wars; first bridge across Tiber; first aqueduct Tarquinius Priscus (617-579): 1st king of Etruscan birth; adopted son of Ancus Marcius; added 100 Etruscan members to senate (now 300); architectural innovation: Cloaca Maxima; Circus Maximus Servius Tullius (579-535) Etruscan birth; son-in-law of T.P.; "Servian wall": outline (6th c?); remains date to late Republic; City of Rome ~ 35K inhabitants Tarquinius Superbus (534-510): despotic; unpopular; Sextus Tarquinius (son) rapes Lucretia, wife of L. Tarquinius Collatinus; Lucius Junius Brutus summons senate, expels Tarqinius S., monarchy dissolves...
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