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Among the Latin " colonies ' established during the previous century and a half ,
seven were authorized by Rome to retain ... Henceforward , there was an ever -
growing number of such colonies , which were effective bulwarks of empire ...
So these Roman colonies only comprised 300 families each , only a seventh as
many as there were to be at their large Latin counterparts such as Cales . One of
the very first Roman colonies , perhaps sent out a decade or so before the final ...
Mutina ( Modena ) and Parma Roman colonies in 183 , Bononia ( former Felsina ,
now Bologna ) and Aquileia Latin colonies in 189 and 181 . But Latin colonies
then lapsed because of unwillingness of settlers to accept the limited Latin ...
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It reads like a textbook, which makes sense: it was a textbook in a college course. Nevertheless, if you have any interest in Roman History, there isn't much here you don't already know. Leggi recensione completa
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