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  • Etruscan Economy Etruscan Religion and Philosophy Etruscan Daily Life Early Rome (the Seven Hills) Early Roman Political Systems Early Roman Economy Early
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  • Italian peninsula from the East, or that they were the descendants of the ancient inhabitants there. Findings about their origins have been inconclusive
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  • Romanticism was a secular and intellectual movement in the history of ideas that originated in late 18th century Western Europe. It followed the Enlightenment
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  • Volume Eight - Ancient Rome Volume Nine - Ancient Iran Volume Ten - Islam Volume Eleven - The Ancient Americas Volume Twelve - Ancient Africa Volume Thirteen
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  • Roman trade was the engine that drove the economy of the late Roman Republic and the early Roman Empire. Fashions and trends in historiography and in popular
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  • Rome sat on the eastern shore of the Tiber River, at the only easy crossing place between the river mouth and the mountains. Seven hills rose there out
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  • Rome sat on the eastern shore of the Tiber River, at the only easy crossing place between the river mouth and the mountains. Seven hills rose there out
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  • underdeveloped. In fact, the return to natural law in combination with ancient (Roman) laws and habits supported the start of a new empire in Europe:
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  • Rome was one of the first great international powers in the world. While it was founded by the wealthy citizens of one small Italian city-state, its political
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  • Homosexuality in ancient Rome was a large part of society and of sexuality in general. Sex in the ancient world was considered a casual day-to-day practice
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  • In Ancient Rome, gladiatorial fights were a form of entertainment. These fights were housed in structures called amphitheaters. One of the most famous
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  • Rome was founded in 753 BC by the twins named Romulus and Remus. They built their settlements on the Palatine and Aventine hills respectively. (Rome sits
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  • Rome was ruled by a monarchy from the beginning of its existence until around 509 BC. The shift of the political structure from a monarchy to a republic
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  • nebeneinander     (German) side by side. See 037.13. tripudium     (Latin) In ancient Rome, the tripudium was a solemn ceremonial dance. The word denotes a triple
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  • Ancient Roman culture existed throughout the almost 1200-year history of the civilization of Ancient Rome. The term refers to the culture of the Roman
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