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Reid Early Rome Peop

Reid Early Rome Key People

Romulus and Remus twin brothers who founded Rome in traditional stories
Latins lived in an area of Rome as early as 1000 B.C.
Tarquins ruling family of the Etruscans-very cruel; Romans rebelled and overthrew them in 509 B.C.
Cincinatus an early Roman dictator who did not abuse his power
Hannibal leader of the Carthaginian army during second Punic War
Julius Caesar Part of the first Triumverate; military leader who declared himself dictator of Rome; killed by Senators on steps of Senate
Octavian Caesar's grandnephew; part of the second Triumverate; became sole leader of Rome during Pax Romana
Cicero political leader and one of Rome's greatest public speakers
Augustus Title take by Octavian; means "the majestic one"
Etruscans skilled metalworkers who moved into Italy after 650 B.C; very wealthy; changed Rome from a village to a city
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