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Governance Culture: Roman Mirror
Governance culture: Roman mirror

The history of the Roman Republic and Empire, west and east, spans over 22 centuries, from 753 bc to ad 1453. A part of that immense period, from around 300 bc to the early 5th century bc, covers the rise and fall of the Western Roman Republic. Rome developed around 500 bc in Etruria as a small city-state and emerged as a Republic displacing the Etruscan Republic. It fought battles every year over the immediate area around the city and established its hegemony south of the Po Valley after her victory at the Battle of Sentinum in 295 bc. Having gained full control of southern Italy, she stepped out to involve herself with the outside world, ousting Carthage ...

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