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In consequence some friction and jealousy developed between them and the
Senate, and this increased when, as will be seen, Gaius Gracchus greatly added
to the power of the Equites. But although a sharp political division existed
They would attract traders, whose settlements (canabae) outside the camps often
developed into small towns where the retired soldiers might themselves settle.
Further, as the troops naturally brought their own language and customs with ...
But it did export textiles, and, as has been seen, from about a.d. 20 began to
develop its pottery industry, of which a centre was at La Graufesenque in the
south; by the end of the century production was moving to the north (e.g. at
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ROME AT THE CROSSROADS
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The Senatorial Government
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