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What is referred to as "Hannibal's Legacy?"
The breakdown of the Roman Republic because the years of fighting up and down the Italy had brought many farmers to the point of ruin.
Proposed a bill to the Assembly of Tribes that would assign parcels of publicly owned land to dispossessed farmers.
Proposed that the Senate's freedom in assigning governors to provinces should be restricted.
The first dictator following the collapse of the Roman Republic; considered the "new man" (novus homo); Abolished the old requirement that a soldier must own property and also accepted volunteers:
Helped to suppress a rebellion of slaves in Italy led by a Thracian slave named Spartacus; obtained the command to deal with pirates operating in the Mediterranean who were interfering with the grain supply for Rome.
Helped Pompey suppress a rebellion led by Spartacus; Joined Pompey as consul in Rome.
Means the "body of three men" and consisted of Julius Caesar, Pompey, and Crassus:
Caesar intervened in the politics of the Gallic tribes and opened a series of campaigns that finally brought the whole area of modern France and Belgium under Roman rule with the implementation of the Latin language, Roman architecture and technology, and Roman ways in general. These series of campaigns are known as the
What took place on January 11th 49 B.C.?
Caesar spoke the words, "Let the die be cast" in Greek, and crossed the boundary of his province, the small Rubicon River north of Ravenna, thus invading his own country at the head of Roman legions.
What is the date of what is known as the "Ides of March," and why is this date important?
On March 15th, 44 B.C., Julius Caesar fell to the daggers of conspirators led by two of his lieutenants, Marcus Brutus and Gaius Cassius.
Who were the members of the Second Triumvirate?
Mark Antony, Octavian, and Marcus Lepidus.
Carried on a long affair with Mark Antony; Queen of Egypt; Her suicide ended the Macedonian kingdom, and therefore, the Hellenistic Age.
Octavian raised a large force from Italy and the western provinces; led by his skillful general Marcus Agrippa, this force defeated Antony in 31 B.C. at
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