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Ch 34 study guide

What were the years of the 1rst expansion 509 B.C.E. - 264 B.C.E.
What were the years of the 2nd expansion 264 B.C.E. - 146 B.C.E.
What were the years of the 3rd expansion 145 B.C.E. - 44 B.C.E.
What were the years of the 4th expansion 44 B.C.E. - 14 C.E.
How long did it take for Rome to grow to their full sized empire Over 500 years
What started the 1rst Roman expansion in 509 B.C.E.? The Roman's drove out the last Etruscan King
How long was the 1rst period of expansion 245 years
How much did the Roman's conquer in the 1rst period of expansion? All of Italy and the Etruscans
Who did the Roman's make allies with? Their former enemies
How much did Rome gain in the 2nd period of expansion North Africa, most of Spain, and the island of Sicily
What city did Rome's growth threaten in the 2nd period of expansion The city of Carthage in North Africa
Who did Rome conquer in the 3rd year of expansion Asia Minor, Syria, and Egypt
Who was killed in a Senate meeting in the 3rd period of expansion and how? Julius Caesar, he was stabbed to death when he walked into the Senate in 44 B.C.E.
What spaces of land did Rome conquer in the 4th period of expansion? The island of Britain and east of the Black Sea
Created by: eroder on 2012-04-01

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