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Perched atop a squat hill surrounded by swamps, malarial marshes, and a river prone to frequent flooding lived a community of vagabonds, renegades, fugitives, cattle rustlers, and thieves. Hardly a propitious beginning for a city that would one day rule an empire that spanned three continents. But such were Rome’s humble beginnings. For centuries Rome’s influence was felt barely beyond Italy. Then, within the space of two centuries, Rome conquered a myriad of races from Portugal to the Persian Gulf, and from Scotland to the Sahara. But before the days of the Roman Empire, there was the Republic, one of the West’s earliest experiments in democracy.
This class covers the rise and fall of the Roman Republic.
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