Hist241 notes - 14:43 OriginofROME Celts,Italicpeoples,Carthaginians Etruscan(Amysteriousppl: Temple Tomb Fibula(Etru

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Early Rome and Roman Republic 14:43 Origin of ROME Geography—Mediterranean sea PPL who influenced early Rome-- Celts, Italic peoples, Carthaginians Etruscan (A mysterious ppl): funeral games—celebrate the death—other        than that,  see human sacrifice—fight to death Temple Tomb Fibula…     (Etruscan god: pollo---believe in material, trust you can take with you after death) Greeks : Tarentum, Syracuse       --“Great Greek”, “frogs around a pound” Greek and Roman Legends     Anchises, Venus, Aeneas (C.1184 B.C.)     Numitor, Amulius, Rhea Sylvia, Vestal Virgins, Mars     Romulus and Remus     Auchises ~ Venus                 Aeneas ~ Creusa                         Ascanius (Julius)            (passage of time) ~          (elder) Numitor         Amulius (jealous and overthrew Numitor)    (daughter)Rhea Sylia(Amulius forced her to become Vestals) ~ Mar     (twins)Romulus     Remus      (babies being abandoned in the cragei in Tiber river,  and then be saved
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    “The wolf and twins”     Tiber River, Seven Hills      Auspices      April 21, 753 B.C.—Rome founded Who were the Romans?       Mos maiorum = “The way our ancestors did it”             Moral virtues: gravitas, displina, industria, comitas, fruglitas, clematia, tempetia,  fortitude, justitia Auctoritas  — "Spiritual Authority" — The sense of one's social standing, built up through  experience, Pietas, and Industria. Comitas — "Humour" — Ease of manner, courtesy, openness, and friendliness. Constantia  — "Perseverance" — Military stamina, mental and physical endurance. Clementia  — "Mercy" — Mildness and gentleness. Dignitas  — "Dignity" — A sense of self-worth, personal pride. Disciplina Firmitas  — "Tenacity" — Strength of mind, the ability to stick to one's purpose. Frugalitas  — "Frugality" — Economy and simplicity of style, without being miserly. Gravitas  — "Gravity" — A sense of the importance of the matter at hand, responsibility  and earnestness. Honestas  — "Respectability" — The image that one presents as a respectable member  of society. Humanitas  — "Humanity" — Refinement, civilization, learning, and being cultured. Industria  — "Industriousness" — Hard work. Iustitia
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Hist241 notes - 14:43 OriginofROME Celts,Italicpeoples,Carthaginians Etruscan(Amysteriousppl: Temple Tomb Fibula(Etru

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