The Early History of Rome: Books I-V - Book 2, The Republic: Chapter 2, Rome as a Republic, Part 2 Summary & Analysis

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This is a continuation of what in the main text is the second book. There is no break in chapters within the original book at this location. There is a change in topic at this time. Early on, the rulers established, with the help of the people the physical existence of the city. Efforts to make Rome more sophisticated continued as did her preservation through military protection. The military was used for more than pure preservation, including expansion and alternative means of acquiring resources as in raids and the like. Peace and war were both part of the lifestyle for the city in the region but not necessarily for every individual citizen.

Shortly after Tarquin's death a new matter came to the fore. This was distinctively 'civil' and social...

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