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Map - The Growth of Roman Power in Italy
Map of the Roman confederation in 100 BC, on the eve of the Social War. Note the patchwork political configuration. The Roman possessions (in grey-blue) straddle the strategic centre of the Italian peninsula and the Tyrrhenian coastal plain. Latin colonies (dark red) are scattered in strategic locations. Other socii (pink) are concentrated in the mountainous interior.
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Filename:The_Growth_of_Roman_Power_in_Italy.jpg
Atlas name:Joe Sermarini / Ancient Italy
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Author, Date printed:William R. Shepherd
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