Republican Rome conquered Italy through a series of unending wars, facing off with the Latins, Etruscans, Samnites, Greek cities of Magna Graecia, and many other people of Italy, in addition to the invading army from Epirus, led by Pyrrhus. Let’s take a brief look at Rome’s rapid expansion from 509 BC to 272 BC, when they finally conquer Tarentum.
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