The Early History of Rome: Books I-V Chapter Abstracts for Teachers

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Book 1, Earliest Rome: Chapter 1, Introductory & Rome Under Kings

• The author, Titus Livius, is introduced and the background of his life is provided.

• Romulus and Remus spend decades as allies before turning on each other.

• Romulus becomes the founder and first King of Rome as the city is built and defended.

Book 1, Earliest Rome: Chapter 2, Rome Under the Kings

• Pompilius, the second King, focuses on peace and civility for the culture of Rome.

• Hostilius takes over and abandons the previous culture in favor of starting a war with the Albans.

• Rome celebrates a victory at the expense of the Albans but suffers a tragedy in the unfortunate actions of Horatius after the battle.

• Ancus builds Rome's first prison to combat the rising crime, and Servius institutes the census.

• Servius' daughter plots to kill him and her spouse. Tarquin assumes control of the city by force.

• Brutus works with three...

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