Objects & Places from The Early History of Rome: Books I-V

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Patavia - This is a city located rather nearer to Rome than distant from it and is the birthplace of Titus Livius.

Etrusca - This socio-political region reached from the Alps to the edge of Italy and is known for its augery and all manner of spiritual and religious matters.

Rome - This city and its history are the main focus of the "book of books" as it grows rapidly throughout each chapter.

Veii - This is a nearby city that the Romans originally had a treaty with before battling and eventually establishing a union, causing the Romans to consider migrating there.

augeries/omens - Based on consultations with birds and nature, and delivered by soothsayers, these are consulted repeatedly by various people and regions mentioned in the book.

Gabii - This is a nearby city that was ruled by enemies of Rome until Sextus went there...

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