Birth of the Roman Republic - Origins of Rome

Birth of the Roman Republic - Origins of Rome - 3. Kills...

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Hist 1001 Birth of the Roman Republic: Origins of Rome I. Italian Geography a. Rivers i. ii. Hard to navigate b. Etruscans i. North Italy ii. Not Indo European or Semetic iii. Women had better status in society c. Palatine Hill i. Earliest Roman inhabitants d. Capitoline Hill i. Religious center e. Romulus and Remus i. Romulus killed Remus f. Forum II. Era of the Seven Kings, 753-509 BC a. Rome ruled under a monarchy b. Tarquin the Proud c. Sextus Tarquinius i. Lucretia (married to another man)
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1. Raped 2. Tells family story of what Sextus did
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Unformatted text preview: 3. Kills herself 4. Leads to Roman overthrow of monarchy a. What do we do now? III. The Republic, 509-27 BC a. Political system i. Res publica ii. Consuls iii. Senate iv. Curia v. Censors vi. Tribune vii. Dictator viii. Cursus honorum ix. Assembly of the people x. Mos maiorum b. expansion Carthage First Punic war, 264-241 BC Second Punic war, 218-201 BC Third Punic war, 149-146 BC Hannibal Scipio Africanus Battle of Zama, 202 BC...
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