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Tango0102 Oct 2022 9:41 p.m. PST

"For the first few centuries of its existence, Rome was a small, unremarkable community amongst a host of other, similar communities scattered about the Italian peninsula. Such communities sometimes co-operated and sometimes fought each other for resources, and occasionally forged a loose alliance for mutual benefit, such as that of the Etruscans. Rome was south of the Etruscan lands, and was undoubtedly influenced by its neighbours, but it had its own kings, supposedly ruling between 753 and 509 BCE, and each tried to improve the reach and influence of his community. Servius Tullius was the sixth of these seven kings, and according to legend he was a good king, reorganising society and increasing the land controlled by Rome. Legend has it that he achieved victories over the Etruscans, and particularly the town of Veii, a few kilometres from Rome…"


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