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latin

Latin tribes and kings

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the Sabines and their cousins the Samintes (5) mountain people from south of Rome. Excelled at growing grain. Fierce warriors who once defeated the Romans. Sabine women were the first roman wife's.gave Romans love of discipline and strength.
the Latins (4) lived in latium on hills and plains. had good farm land but, were open to attack. unified as "the Latin League" a very modern concept for protection. * gave Romans the gift of government and language.
the Etruscan (6) lived in Etruria, north of Rome. ruled by kings with purple robes and gold crowns. introduced the horse-drawn carriage and hand cranks to Romans. traded with Greeks and worshiped Greek Gods. created beautiful art. *gave Romans their religion.
ancient Greeks (4) established colonies in southern Italy and Sicily. were more skillful, artistic and richer than the Italian tribes. admired by the Romans and the Etruscans. * gave Romans literature, art, style, math, and philosophy.
started city of Rome and was later worshiped as a god Romulus
built a school for priests. brgan thr\\\
the Sabines their cousins the Samintes mountain people from south of Rome. Excelled at growing grain. Fierce warriors who once defeated the Romans. Sabine women were the first roman wife's.*gave Romans love of discipline and strength.
the Latins lived in latium on hills and plains. had good farm land but, were open to attack. unified as "the Latin League" a very modern concept for protection. * gave Romans the gift of government and language.
ancient Greeks(3) established colonies in southern Italy and Sicily. were more skillful, artistic and richer than the Italian tribes. admired by the Romans and the Etruscans. * gave Romans literature, art, style, math, and philosophy.
started city of Rome and was later worshiped as a god Romulus
built a school for priests. began the roman religion that worshiped spirits called numina numa pompilius
bashed Romes neighbors and took their lands. 1st king to expand Romes borders. tullus Hostilius
made peace with the people tullus fought. Built new roman cities in Italy. ancus Marcius
Etruscan king who built a temple to worship Jupiter, god of all Romans and Etruscans tarquinus priscus
son of slave. rose to be popular and effective king. organized the military sevious tullius
this man and his son behaved so badly that the Romans decided to do away with kings all together. tarquinius superbus
Created by: mld051704