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Later ancient historians especially from the republican period. Livy s (titus livius) ab urbe condita libri ( books from the foundation of the city ) The early history of the city of rome (foundation date is traditionally set at 753 bc) Latin) must have arrived from elsewhere (probably the balkans or central europe but the date is uncertain) Rome is in latium, and so we speak of latial phases. Little evidence other than a few burial urns. Division of this phase into two is the result of the archaeological evidence, suggesting two population groups (excavation of ancient gabii) Economic advancement and specialization (olive and wine-production, pottery) Domestic pottery (although pottery is influenced by greek designs) Clear distinction in tombs on the basis of wealth. Great increase in wealth that is evident in burials and buildings. Tombs exhibit an increase in disposable wealth, celebration of military prowess.

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