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Regarded in detail, a political map of Italy at this time resembles a complex
mosaic pattern, but all its inhabitants fall into one of two categories, Roman
citizens or allies, sharply differentiated groups which might interlock territorially
but not ...
As independent states the Latins were not subject to tax or tribute, but as Rome's
allies they had to supply a quota of troops to fight alongside the Roman legions.
Each colony had its own constitution with council and popular assembly, its own
settlers.15 But difficulties arose, especially where the interests of the Latin and
Italian allies were involved. Already exasperated by Rome's recent treatment of
them, those allies who had been allowed to occupy ager publicus in the past
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ROME AT THE CROSSROADS
The Growth of Romes Empire
The Senatorial Government
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