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Ancient Rome III - The Kings of Rome
May 19, 2009
This is the third of many chapters in History with a Twist of Lime's look on "The Historical History of Ancient Rome." This chapter deals with the lives and contributions of the seven kings of Rome, including Romulus' building of the Roman Legions, Numa Pompilius' elevation of Rome into the realm of religion, Tullus Hostilius' thirst for blood and power, Ancus Marcius' boring reign, Tarquin the Elder's several building projects, Servius Tullius' development of the census, and the coup that brought Tarquin the Proud the crown.
As this is one of many chapters being produced over this project, I would invite you to watch the other chapters dealing with the history of Ancient Rome. They can be viewed seamlessly under this playlist on YouTube: