Roman Conquests of Italy
... Palaepolis (the old city) and Neapolis (the new city) were located – many
disputes arose between these two cities.
• 327 BC, war broke out again between Samnite hill people and those on
• During the first half of the war Rome suffered serious defeats, but the
second half saw Rome's ...
... looking away towards
a far away land
famous for their
bronze work done in
the lost wax method
Tullus Hostilius - spr1nt1ngdrummer
... The Curiatii killed two of the
Horatii, but all three Albans
The last Horatii, Horatius
managed to lure them into a
forest, where he killed them
off one by one.
The Romans and Albans were
at peace again.
The Roman–Etruscan Wars were a series of wars fought between ancient Rome (including both the Roman Kingdom and the Roman Republic) and the Etruscans, from the earliest stages of the history of Rome. Information about many of the wars is limited, particularly those in the early parts of Rome's history, and in large part is known from ancient texts alone.