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  • 41Lays of Ancient Rome — The Lays of Ancient Rome is collection of ballads about heroic episodes in Roman history. The poems were composed by Lord Macaulay during his spare time whilst he was the legal member of the of the Supreme Council governing India under the… …

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  • 42Adoption in ancient Rome — In ancient Rome, adoption of boys was a fairly common procedure, particularly in the upper senatorial class. The need for a male heir and the expense of raising children were strong incentives to have at least one son, but not too many children.… …

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  • 43Associations in Ancient Rome — In Ancient Rome, the principle of private association was recognized very early by the state; sodalitates for religious purposes are mentioned in the XII Tables [Gaius in Digest, 47. 22. 4] , and collegia opificum, or trade guilds,, were believed …

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  • 44Lays of Ancient Rome — [Lays of Ancient Rome] a series of four long poems by Thomas Macaulay published in 1842. Each tells a story from early Roman history. The best known of these is about how Horatius defended a bridge over the River Tiber against the Tuscan army. A… …

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  • 45Political institutions of Ancient Rome — This is a tentative list of topics regarding political institutions of Ancient Rome. =Rulers of Rome= * List of Early Imperial Roman Consuls * List of Late Imperial Roman Consuls * List of Republican Roman Consuls * List of Roman kings * List of… …

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  • 46Democracy in Ancient Rome — Birth of the RepublicThe traditional founding of Rome was in 753 BC. The Etruscans, early Italian settlers comprised of city states throughout central Italy ruled Rome for over a century; the traditional dates are 616 BC for the accession of the… …

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  • 47Birth registration in Ancient Rome — Two separate processes of birth registrations existed in Roman Egypt: one process for Roman citizens that was conducted in Latin, and another process for Greco Egyptians that was conducted in Greek. These two processes were in legal terms,… …

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  • 48Lays of Ancient Rome — a series of four long poems by Thomas Macaulay published in 1842. Each tells a story from early Roman history. The best known of these is about how Horatius defended a bridge over the River Tiber against the Tuscan army. A later edition in 1848… …

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  • 49Rome — • The significance of Rome lies primarily in the fact that it is the city of the pope Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Rome     Rome     † …

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  • 50Ancient history — Ancient redirects here. For other uses, see Ancient (disambiguation). The times before writing belong either to protohistory or to prehistory. Ancient history is the study of the written past [Crawford, O. G. S. (1927). Antiquity. [Gloucester,… …

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  • 51ROME — ROME, capital of Italy. The Classical Period THE MIDDLE AND LATE REPUBLIC The earliest record of contact between Jews and the Roman Republic is the embassy sent by judah the Maccabee to Rome, headed by Eupolemos ben Joḥanan, and Jason ben Eleazar …

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  • 52Rome, Georgia — The Worst Place in the World   City   City of Rome …

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  • 53Rome (antiquité) — Rome antique Monarchie romaine 753 – 509 av. J. C. République romaine 509 – 27 av. J. C. Empire romain 27 av. J. C. – 476 Empire byzantin 395 – 1453 …

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  • 54Rome Antique — Monarchie romaine 753 – 509 av. J. C. République romaine 509 – 27 av. J. C. Empire romain 27 av. J. C. – 476 Empire byzantin 395 – 1453 …

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  • 55Rome (disambiguation) — Rome is the capital city of Italy.Rome may also refer to: * Ancient Rome, a civilization of classical antiquity * The modern day Province of Rome * People of Ancient Rome (see Roman) ** The Roman Empire ** The Roman Catholic Church ** Paul s… …

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  • 56Ancient Greek clubs — were associations of ancient Greeks who were united by a common interest or goal.TypesThe earliest reference of clubs in ancient Greece appears in the law of Solon and is quoted incidentally in the Digest of Justinian I (47.22). This guaranteed… …

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  • 57Ancient Europe — may refer to *Prehistoric Europe **Neolithic Europe **Bronze Age Europe **Iron Age Europe *Classical Antiquity **Ancient Greece **Ancient Rome **Hellenistic period **Roman Empire **Late Antiquityee also*Old Europe *Ancient history *History of… …

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  • 58Rome — For the civilization of classical antiquity, see Ancient Rome. For other uses, see Rome (disambiguation). Rome Roma    …

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  • 59Rome — /rohm/, n. 1. Harold (Jacob), born 1908, U.S. lyricist and composer. 2. Italian, Roma. a city in and the capital of Italy, in the central part, on the Tiber: ancient capital of the Roman Empire; site of Vatican City, seat of authority of the… …

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  • 60Ancient Roman society — In ancient Rome the imperial city was the largest urban center of its time, with a population of about one million people (about the size of London in the early 19th century, when London was the largest city in the world), with some high end… …

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