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Quiz- Friday, April 26, 2013

mountain people from south rome sabines (samnites) and their cousins
excellent at growing grain sabines (samnites) and their cousins
fierce warriors who once defeated the romans sabines (samnites) and their cousins
women were the first Roman wives sabines (samnites) and their cousins
women gave a love of strength and discipline sabines (samnites) and their cousins
lived in Latium on the hills and plains latins
had good farmland but were open to attack latins
unified as the "Latin League," a very modern concept for protection latins
gave romans gifts of government and language latins
established colonies in southern Italy and Sicily greeks
more skillful, artistic, and richer than Italian tribes greeks
were much admired by Etruscans and romans greeks
gave romans literature, art, style, math, philosophy greeks
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