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Ten of the Latin towns, "f'Latium includm& the cities of Gabii, Praeneste and Tibur
, retained their communal independence, but were bound to furnish troops to
Rome whenever required, and suffered restrictions in regard to mutual trade and
Those of the second century were substantial towns with wide powers of local
self-government. 11 The intensive colonising activity of the Romans impressed
Greek observers such as Philip V. of Macedon (see his letter to the people of
No town of any size in the Roman empire eventually " ' lacked its bath or theatre.
In the eastern Mediterranean gladiatorial contests did not find general favour, but
in western Europe and North Africa the Roman colonies set the example of ...
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