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The Latins (oh the gods save their poor souls) fought another war with the Romans (what a wow) starting in the year 340 BC.
So before we talk about these age-old Roman enemies, second only to the Sabines who were unfortunate enough to supply women to Rome
There were three Samnite Wars in which Rome very nearly lost (gasps) but ultimately won (sighs of relief) that lasted over a period of fifty years.
Umm how to put this? The Romans were not all-powerful and invincible. In the late 4th century BC, they were still a regional entity with struggles that they could not overcome. The Romans were, like…
Whatever the reason, Rome has seen a lot of wars (and by lot I mean a LOT of wars). There have been attacks by neighboring Latin states, civil wars and full frontal assaults.
The Roman Army was the backbone of the Kingdom, the Republic and the Empire. It was a citizen army, with annual conscription of citizens as levy.
The Constitution of the Roman Republic was a live document, a set of unwritten, frequently edited and developed laws and principles.
The Twelve Tables or Law of the Twelve Tables (Lex XII Tabularum) was a code of law framed by a commission of ten men called the Decemviri
The consuls outranked all other magistrates and officials except the plebeian tribunes. They held imperium alternately each month when they were in Rome.
Economic disparities have always been how governments fed policies to their citizens, without them, we would live in an almost idyllic world. In such a world, the people will be more powerful that the government…