09a-1 Rome

09a-1 Rome - Rome Grandeur and Tyranny Early Italy Early...

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Rome Grandeur and Tyranny Early Italy Early Migrations and Cultures to 550 BC To c. 2000 BC, Local Neolithic Cultures in Italy Migration of Etruscans 900 BC, Phoenician (800+) & Greek (750-550) Early Republic 753-340 BC Etruscans dominate 600-396 Rome as City State with Monarchy 753-509 Republic established 509-30
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Early Republic c. 450 Twelve Bronze Tablets of Law early religious bronze plates Conquest of Italy Conquest of central Italy 340-290 Greeks of South Italy 282-272 Western Mediterranean Punic (Carthage) Wars Punic = Phoenician 1st (264-41) 2nd (218-01), Hannibal Italy 200-19 Wars with Greece 192-133
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Expansion of the Roman Republic Civil Wars and Tyrants 135-71 Uprisings, revolts, invasions, civil wars, dictators; collapse of the Republic Triumvirate 70-49 Pompey in East; Caesar in Gaul; Crassus in Parthia Restores order, but creates dictatorship The Triumvirate (“Three Men”), 70-49 BCE Pompey Crassus Caesar
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This note was uploaded on 10/23/2011 for the course HIST 201 taught by Professor Sabey during the Fall '08 term at BYU.

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