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    absolute power and served a 6 month term 2. Romulus-Founder of Rome, son of Mars Pontifex Maximus-The high priest, elected for life by a special assembly of 17 tribes 3. Tiber River-Connects Rome to the Mediterranean Rome-In the Center of what is presently Italy Rubicon River-Connects the Tiber to the Adriatic Sea 4. The Etruscans developed a written language from Greek characters. They were able to better their language system. 5. Rome was located in the Center of everything. It was an amazing location

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    Rome Personal Imaginative There she was, in all her beauty. She was parked on the corner just were I left her She looked good, She looked hotter than hell. Her shinning poppy red exterior, sparkling likes diamonds. All heads turned by the car’s stunning looks, all ears raised to the sound of the Hi-Po V8 289, equipped with a Paxton supercharger; a sound you just don’t hear but feel. A classic sign of American muscle. My Classic 1966 GT 350 “Shelby Mustang.” I jumped into the bucket seats

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    decided to build a city. After an argument, Romulus killed Remus and named the city Rome, after himself. After founding and naming of the city, he allowed men of all classes to come to Rome as citizens, including slaves and freemen without distinction. Since there was a very high population of men in the city Romulus wanted to provide his citizens with wives, Romulus invited the neighboring tribes to a festival in Rome where before the festival was over, he conducted the Rape of the Sabines. All the

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    Early Rome was an architecturally diverse place. For the first centuries after its founding all the people of Rome lived in very simple huts devoid of any significant meaning. But during the rule under the Etruscans, they learned how to build more complex structures with specific purposes such as a sacred place where a god can be thought to dwell. Etruscan buildings cannot be seen though without Greek architectures’ indelible mark. Through the Etruscans, Rome learned how to build huge and complex

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    Occultists the world over believe that, once a symbol is created, it acquires power of its own, and more power is generated when such symbol(s) are created without the profane [uninitiated] knowing about it. And, the greatest power of all is created in the symbol(s) if the uninitiated NEVER discover that the symbol exists. In this article, we shall demonstrate positive proofs of conspiracy to achieve the ends of Freemasonry, i.e., achieving the New World Order. And, these proofs exist right under

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    Rome The Greeks, after their country had been reduced into a province, imputed the triumphs of Rome, not to the merit, but to the FORTUNE, of the republic. The inconstant goddess, who so blindly distributes and resumes her favours, had now consented (such was the language of envious flattery) to resign her wings, to descend from her globe, and to fix her firm and immutable throne on the banks of the Tiber.[1] A wiser Greek, who has composed, with a philosophic spirit, the memorable history of

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    The City of Rome

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    The City of Rome The city of Rome was quite spacious. It had a “population of about 1,000,000” (Arnold, Pg. 266). Within the city of Rome, there was a variety of ethnic groups. It was a multi-ethnic cosmopolitan city: Italians from various districts as well as people from Greece, Asia Minor, Syria, Judea, Persia, Egypt, North Africa, Spain, Gaul, Germany, Brittania, and elsewhere” (Arnold, Pg. 266). Rome also had five or six different religions. “The entire pantheon of Roman gods, numerous Greek

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    The Coliseum of Rome

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    The Coliseum The Coliseum is one of Rome's most famous buildings. It reminds people of ancient Romans culture and the deadly games that took place back then. The Coliseum was built in Rome, Italy around 80 AD. The Emperor at the time was Vaspacian. He decided to build the coliseum to attract people from around the world but he never finished it. However, his son Titus was the one who completed the Coliseum. The Coliseum was originally built with four floors. The first three floors had arched

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    athens rome

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     Beliefs: Majority rule (law making process and jury trials), all citizens equal  Women, slaves and foreigners were not citizens- unable to be in gov’t, poor could not afford education and there were lotteries rather than elections. Rome:  Republic-representative democracy, one citizen represents a number of others  Social structure: patricians (upper, landowners) and plebians (lower, farmers)  Each had lawmaking body, but only patrician Senate could pass laws

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    We see Rome as a city full of beauty and history everywhere you look, but you can appreciate the scenery and the city so much more if you know the history of Rome. Some of the key factors that made Rome what it is today are the people who founded it, the army, the slaves, the roads, how it was governed, the education, and the religion. The legend of when and how Rome was founded was in 735 BC by a twin brother; Romulus. The legend has it that twin brothers named Romulus and Remus were abandoned as

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