Rise of Rome 1 CE

After conquering Gaul, Julius Caesar turned his armies on the city of Rome itself and, after yet another civil war, made himself master of the Roman world. Then, on the 15th March, 44 BCE, he was assassinated by some of ...

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Early Rome is set in a Mediterranean world of city-state republics, much influenced by Greek civilization.

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Though experiencing disaster at the hands of the Gauls, Roman power now dominates central Italy.

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The Romans have successfully expanded their power over almost the whole of the Italian peninsula.

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In the 260s, tensions increased between the Romans and the other leading power of the western Mediterranean, Carthage. War broke out in 264 (which the Romans called the First Punic War, because the Latin of Phoenician ...

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The Romans and their Allies have defeated Hannibal; as a result, Rome has become the leading power in the western Mediterranean.

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The Romans have extended their power throughout the Mediterranean.

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Roman power has continued to expand, but political turmoil and civil war have become the order of the day.

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The Roman empire has given its inhabitants 200 years of internal peace, while its borders have continued to expand.

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