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In a decisive engagement he defeated an Italian army of 60,000 men, who were
hastening to its relief and no doubt hoped ultimately to break through to Umbria
and Etruria. After this success he forced Asculum to surrender before the end of ...
Augustus wished not only to increase the Italian element in the Roman citizen
body, but also to limit the foreign element that was mixing with it, especially as a
result of manumission (see p. 185). In order to evade the tax on manumission
13) that an army of 10,000 Italians started to march on Rome during Drusus'
lifetime until persuaded that their claims would be considered. He also quotes (
37. 11) an oath alleged to have been sworn by his Italian friends to Drusus. This
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ROME AT THE CROSSROADS
The Growth of Romes Empire
The Senatorial Government
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