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Biographies of Romans

In the history of ancient Rome, appeared many famous figures. Many of them have been remembered as cruel tyrants, eg. Caligula, Nero or Caracalla. Others, on the other hand, became famous as great reformers: Augustus, Claudius, Marcus Aurelius, Diocletian, and Constantine the Great. Also, do not forget about the Roman commanders, who often rescued the Roman state from extermination.

The great creators of Roman culture who also significantly influenced the further development of the world were also remembered. I will present people who have become famous for their great deeds.

Numa Pompilius

(753 - 673 BCE)

Numa Pompilius was the second legendary king of Rome. Sabine, a religious legislator, softened customs, passed numerous laws, and an organizer of religious life.

Numa Pompilius

Tullus Hostilius

(? - 642 BCE)

Tullus Hostilius was the third king of Rome. He reigned in the years 673-642 BCE. Tullus was a belligerent ruler.

Tullus Hostilius

Ancus Marcius

(c. 677 - 617 BCE)

Ancus Marcius was traditionally the fourth king of Rome. Roman historians handed over Ancus as one of the best rulers of Rome.

Ancus Marcius

Servius Tullius

(? - 534 BCE)

Servius Tullius was the sixth king of Rome according to Roman tradition. He was the successor of Tarquinius the Elder and ruled in the years 578-534 BCE.

Servius Tullius

Tarquinius the Elder

(? - 578 BCE)

Tarquinius the Elder was the fifth king of Rome. He reigned in the years 617-578 BCE According to Livy, he was of Etruscan origin.

Tarquinius the Elder

Tarquinius the Proud

(6th century - 496 BCE)

Tarquinius the Proud was, according to the accepted tradition, the seventh and last Roman king. His tyrannical rule eventually overthrew the monarchy.

Tarquinius the Proud

Spurius Cassius Vecellinus

(? - 485 BCE)

Spurius Cassius Vecellinus is the first person of the oldest period of the Roman Republic, the existence of which is certified in sources.

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Macrobius

(5th - 4th century BCE)

Makrobiusz był to rzymski pisarz i filozof neoplatoński, żyjący i tworzący na przełomie IV i V wieku n.e.

Macrobius

Marcus Furius Camillus

(c. 446 – 364 BCE)

Marcus Furius Camillus was a Roman commander and reformer. His successes on the battlefield resulted in giving him the nickname - "the second founder of Rome".

Marcus Furius Camillus

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