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Rome
An exploration of the rise of Rome and how it differed from other empires of the ancient world.
# 49215 | 798 words | 6 sources | MLA | 2004 | US
Published on Feb 29, 2004 in History (Greek and Roman)


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Description:

This paper discusses how one of the most powerful empires of the ancient world was that of the Romans, who broke free of the Etruscans and, over time, conquered the Mediterranean region. It looks at how the Romans were a civilization of strong soldiers and builders and how their peace alliance with the Latins allowed for the rise of the Roman Empire.

Outline
Introduction
The Etruscans
Breaking Away
Early Development
Rise of Rome
Differences in Empires
Conclusion

From the Paper:

"When Rome first broke from Etruscan rule, its trade between the Etruscans and Greek colonies in southern Italy ended, causing grain shortages and economic depression. Though the Latins had resented the Romans while they were under Etruscan rule, they formed a peace alliance with the new Republic of Rome in 493 B.C. which "held that in wars against outsiders, alliance members were to share in commanding armies and in the spoils of war (www.fsmitha.com/h1/ch15.htm)." This alliance allowed Rome to strengthen in the wars that followed the forming of the Republic."

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