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Title: The Role of Romulus for Making of Roman Kingdom.
Other Titles: บทบาทของพระเจ้าโรมิวลุสในการสร้างอาณาจักรโรมัน
Authors: Meethong, Dhitiphong
Keywords: Romulus
Issue Date: 8-Jul-2022
Publisher: The 14th NPRU National Academic Conference Nakhon Pathom Rajabhat University
Abstract: The articles “ The Role of Romulus for Making of Roman Kingdom” was intended to study the early development of the advent of the Roman kingdom. The results of the study showed that although Romulus was a person from oral legends,􀀃but most people believed that he had really existed. Romulus was the first king to rule the Roman kingdom. The memoirs of Livi, a great Roman historian, also described his role in shaping the foundations of the Roman kingdom. He explained that Romulus had expanded the Roman territory from waging a war with the surrounding city-states until the Roman Empire had more territories. At the same time, Romulus also laid down the administrative structure. The style he had created lasted until the Roman Republic and also contributed to the strengthening of the Romans into a great power in the mechanism of governance of the ancient world.
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