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By 500 B.C. the original fifty or more communities in its territory had been
reduced by a process of absorption into some ten or twelve, the largest of which,
Praeneste, Tibur and Tusculum, long dealt with Rome on equal terms.' But
Dominant In this position Rome enjoyed a unique combination of natural •
position advantages. A city of the Latin plain, it stood in a fertile territory of Some.
which, under proper cultivation, was capable of maintaining a large population
for its ...
... 152, 504, 558, 616 (temple) Jedi R., 707 Jehovah, 223, 589 Jerome (St.), 758
Jerusalem, 223, 356-7, 404, 441, 508, 542-4, 589, 614, 649 Jesus, 589-90, 763,
766 Jews, 223 (rebel against Seleucids) ; 222, 225 (treaty with Rome) ; 274, 468,
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