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The First King – Romulus & Remus – Steelbook Edition (Blu-ray) für 7,97€

Aktuell kann man sich bei Amazon den Film "The First King – Romulus & Remus" in der Steelbook Edition (Blu-ray) für 7,97€ sichern.

Servius Tullius: The Tragic King of Rome (Ancient Rome Explained) Roman Kings, Pirate History, Horrible Histories, Mystery Of History, History Channel, Ancient Rome, American History, Mythology, Illustration

Servius Tullius: The Tragic King of Rome (Ancient Rome Explained)

The legendary sixth king of Rome was said to have been part man and part god, but not even that could save him from the ambitions of his son in law.Check out...

Tullus Hostilius was the legendary third of the Kings of Rome. He succeeded Numa Pompilius and was succeeded by Ancus Marcius. Unlike his predecessor, Tullus was known as a warlike king. Ancient Aliens, Ancient Rome, Roman Kings, Roman Man, Holy Roman Empire, Roman History, Weird Pictures, Online Images, World History

7 Kings Who Contributed In The Founding of Rome

The first four kings seem to have a more legendary origin than concrete, while the last three kings of Rome have existed for their part.

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7 Kings Who Contributed In The Founding of Rome

The first four kings seem to have a more legendary origin than concrete, while the last three kings of Rome have existed for their part.

Tarquin Superbus, ruled Tarquin was the last king of Rome. The citizenry, wearied of the endless wars and the expensive building, plumped for a Republic. Rome was about to enter its glory days. Ancient Aliens, Ancient Rome, Roman Kings, Roman Man, Roman Republic, Roman Emperor, Drawing Reference, Photos, Folk

7 Kings Who Contributed In The Founding of Rome

The first four kings seem to have a more legendary origin than concrete, while the last three kings of Rome have existed for their part.