The Romans - 9/9/08 The Romans Romulus & Remus: founded...

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9/9/08 The Romans Romulus & Remus: founded Rome in 753 B.C.E. - Etruscan dominance of Northern Italian peninsula: 650 B.C.E. - Aristocratic warrior society - Etruscans bring: symbols, urban civilization - Greek influence on Etruscan military, writing, and pottery - Citizenship, ideas (political), military forms, writing system passed on by the Greeks - 9/17/08 Etruscans: - Etruscan dominance of northern Italian Peninsula: 650 B.C.E. - Aristocratic warrior society – land based - Greek influences on Etruscan military, writing, and poetry o Adopted Greek armor/strategies/weapons o Preferred infantry over calvary (horses cost more) nobles have horses - Adopted Greek alphabet 600 B.C.E. to write own language - Significant influence on pottery styles from Greeks - Etruscans would drain low lying areas to make cities - Lowland areas drained became Roman forum - Roman forum -> became a market o Confederation of city-states (by 264 B.C.E.)
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This note was uploaded on 09/26/2011 for the course HIST 100 taught by Professor Millskelley during the Fall '08 term at George Mason.

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