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Rome and the other Italian Powers during
Celts 500343 B c
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Africa alliance allies Alps aristocracy arms Asia Minor attack attempt battle became burgesses Caesar Campania cantons capital Capua Carthage Carthaginian Cato caused cavalry Celtic Celts Cimbri citizens civil clan coast colonies comitia command communities constitution consul consulship Crassus death decree defeated democratic East Egypt elected empire enemy Etruria Etruscans favor fleet force Gaius Gracchus Gaul governor Greece Greek Hannibal Hasdrubal infantry Italian Italy Jugurtha king land Latin Latium latter leaders league legions Lucanians Luceria Lucius Macedonia magistrates Marcus Marius Massinissa Metellus military Mithradates monarchy nation Numidian occupied once Parthian party patricians peace Phoenician plebeians political Pompeius position possession pretor proposed provinces Publius Pyrrhus Quintus refused remained restored revolt Roman army Roman senate Rome rule Samnites Samnium Scipio senate senatorial ships Sicily slaves soldiers soon Spain struggle Sulla's Syria Tarentum territory thousand Tiber tion towns tribes tribunes troops victory voting whole