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The Thousand Year Civilization
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Republic Idealistic Senate Empire Pragmatic Emperor Christian Blending Division Decline
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Influences Etruscans Phoenicians Greeks Expansion Italy Punic Wars Greco-Macedonia
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Foundations Military Organization Infantry Commanders Tactics Technology Administration Organized Bureaucracy Record keeping
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Patricians and Plebeians Government Legislatures Consuls Censors Tribunes Ideas Discipline Trial and Error Simplicity Virtue
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Arts Greek copies Architecture Greek marble and columns Arches and circles Brick and concrete Religion Polytheistic (Greek foundation) State and family Ceremonial
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Ideological Conservatives – keep small and manageable Imperialists – wealth and power Military Volunteer army Property loss Money for votes
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150 B.C. Reform Movement
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