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By: Colin Weinert and Paul O’Mara.  KEY EVENTS Roman leaders signed a treaty with Latin neighbors  POSITIVE EFFECTS Rome congered the Etruscans and.

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1 By: Colin Weinert and Paul O’Mara

2  KEY EVENTS Roman leaders signed a treaty with Latin neighbors  POSITIVE EFFECTS Rome congered the Etruscans and neighboring tribes  NEGITIVE EFFECT City was in ruins and Roman’s wanted to leave

3 B.C.E.

4  KEY EVENTS Carthaginian general surprised the Romans by marching his army from Spain to Rome  POSITIVE EFFECTS Romans had a decisive victory at sea in 241 B.C.E  NEGATIVE EFFECTS Countless soilders died in long wars

5 B.C.E.

6  KEY EFFECTS Julius Ceaser was stabbed 23 times and bled to death  POSITIVE EFFECT Roman conquest had brought great wealth  NEGITIVE EFFECT The killers killed Ceaser then his brother became emporer and he was much worse

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8  KEY EVENTS Ceasers grand nephew takes over. His name was Octivian  POSITIVE EFFECTS Augustes gave Rome their first police force  NEGITIVE EFFECT Ceasers murder brought many civil wars into Rome.

9 Ancient Rome and Augestis Ceaser

10  Pics from Google Images.  Article world_cultures/europe/ancient_rome.asp x


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