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23_2 Legends of Early Rome

23_2 Legends of Early Rome - Chapter Twenty-Three Lecture...

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Chapter Twenty-Three Lecture Two The Etruscan Dynasty and the Wicked Tullia
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Etruscan Dynasty / Wicked Tullia Servius Tullius (the slave’s son) becomes king of Rome Signs of destiny when flames danced around his head His daughters, two Tullias Both married to sons of the previous king, Tarquin the Elder One Tullia has an affair with Tarquin the Proud, her brother-in-law
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Etruscan Dynasty / Wicked Tullia Tarquin the Proud kills his own wife, the other Tullia and kills the husband of his lover Tullia. They overthrow and murder the elderly Servius Tullius
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Lucretia and the End of Monarchy
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Lucretia and the End of Monarchy Lucretia is the virtuous wife of Tarquin Collatinus Sextus Tarquin, a son of Tarquin Superbus, rapes her Lucretia denounces Tarquin; kills herself out of shame in front of her father, husband, and others Also there is Lucius Junius Brutus
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Lucretia and the End of Monarchy Brutus reveals that he is not “stupid” and rallies the people to overthrow and end monarchies in Rome The Republic is established (traditionally date to 510 BC)
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The Etruscans
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