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Ronald Syme and Federico Santangelo

Print publication date: 2016

Print ISBN-13: 9780198767060

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: December 2016

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198767060.001.0001

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Rome and Umbria

Rome and Umbria

(p.272) 26 Rome and Umbria
Approaching the Roman Revolution

Ronald Syme

Oxford University Press

A study of the relationship between Rome and Umbria from the early Republic until the early Augustan period. Special emphasis is placed on the dynamics of military conquest, the impact of road-building, the legal arrangements devised with a number of communities in the region, the colony of Spoletium, and the position of the Umbrian elites in the late Republican civil wars. Chapters: I. Rome and Umbria; II. The Pacification of Umbria; III. Camerinum; IV. Spoletium and the Via Flaminia; V. Roman Annexations in Umbria; VI. Umbria in the Civil Wars; VII. Political Partisans from Spoletium; VIII. The Pietas of Calvisius Sabinus.

Keywords:   Rome, Umbria, Spoletium, Italy, regionality, social history, Roman Republic, Roman History

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