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Archaeological evidence shows waning of Etruscan contacts c. 475-450 bc.
fidenae: the tradition of a very early (regal) Latin colony here is uncertain. veii:
Rome had arranged for a flag to be flown on the Janiculum hill in case of attack.
Cales was one of a small number of Latin colonies allowed in the 3rd century to
coin silver. ... neapolis: issued coins on behalf of Rome in the later 4th century,
inscribed 'of the Romans' in Greek, via appia: by 244 bc extended to Brundusium.
SENECa: his father was Seneca the elder (c. 55 bc-ad 37-41). The younger
Seneca was the author of a scientific work, the Natural Questions. His alleged
correspondence with St Paul is a 4th-century forgery, petronius: plausibly
identified with ...
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