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2007 GJCL Latin Reading Comprehension: Level I
Servius Tullius; the census. Murder of the kingl. Post hunc Servius Tullius suscépit imperium, genitus i ex nobili fémina, captiva tamen et famula.
Program Description
Learn about Servius Tullius, the ancient Roman king who began the census, and learn why the. Romans later rebelled against royal rule.
William of Tyre, Livy, and the Vocabulary of Class
Princeton/Stanford Working Papers in Classics
significant change in the way the census results were recorded. ... census figure , stemming from the reign of King Servius Tullius in the sixth century BC.
standing their absolute lack of possessions, were counted as “prole- tarii” in the census of Servius Tullius, because of the value of their kind to the State.

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Servius Tullius - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Servius Tullius was the legendary sixth king of ancient Rome, and the second .
Census - NovaRoma
Nov 23, 2008 The census was a register of Roman citizens and of their property, first established by Servius Tullius, the fifth king of Rome.
Servius Tullius - The 6th King of Rome
The Kings
Aug 17, 2007 578-535 Reign of Servius Tullius. ..

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