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  1. Antiquity
  2. The founding of Rome and the monarchy
  3. The Roman Republic
  4. The Roman revolution and progress towards the Empire
  5. Rome of the Julio-Claudian until the fifth century
  6. The Roman Peace (Pax Romana)
  7. The rise of Christianity
  8. The middle ages
  9. Cities in the Commons
  10. The Italian Renaissance
  11. The large oligarchic republics
  12. Florence
  13. Venice
  14. The territories of the Church
  15. The XVI Century
  16. The sack of Rome
  17. The Italy of Charles V
  18. Venice remains a very stable state
  19. To Mannerism
  20. Catholic Reformation and Counter Reformation
  21. Rome in the sixteenth age

From the twelfth century BC to the late Bronze Age central Italy was dominated by two centuries of civilization itself. "Apennine?, lived on the stretches along the mountain chain of Apennines, and raided the farmers and ranchers of the plains, living in huts and caves. The dead were buried in tombs shaped like dolmen. From the XIIth Xth centuries BC, the eastern Mediterranean underwent considerable upheaval of transition from the Bronze Age to the Iron Age, called "sub-apennique" or "proto-Villanovan?. There are cemeteries where the remains of dead cremated in urns of clay lie buried (the "civilization of the fields of urns"). In this mode of burial, incineration was due to internal migration in Italy or from outside North and East. At the same time, groups of people arriving from the Aegea settled in Latium and Etruria. From the tenth century BC onwards, Italy was divided into two zones separated by the Tiber. North and west of the Tiber, Villanova dominated civilization. The Villanovan Culture comprises of two groups of people who are fairly close but culturally different: in the north around Bologna and Tuscany in and around Rome. They settled in Campania in the eighth century BC. In the fifth century BC, the Etruscan people invade Campania and displaced Villanovans (between Florence and Rome) across central Italy. The Etruscan civilization is derived both from the Villanovan legacy and Greek influences.

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