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753 BC: Romulus and Remus found the city of Rome.
509 BC: Rome begins the republic period that is ruled by senators and has a constitution.
218 BC: Hannibal of Carthage attacks Rome and invades Italy.
45 BC: Julius Caesar becomes a dictator for life, ending the Roman Republic.
44 BC: Julius Caesar is assassinated by the senate.
27 BC: Octavius calls himself Augustus, or Emporer, starting the Roman Empire.
64 AD: Most of Rome was destroyed in a fire, also known as The Great Fire of Rome.
380 AD: Christianity becomes the official religion, having a signifiant impact on western civilization to this day.
395 AD: Rome splits its nation into the Western Roman Empire and the Easter Roman Empire.
410-476 AD: Rome is attacked by the Visigoths, beginning the downfall of the Roman Empire. In 476 AD, Emperor Romulus Augustus is driven out of office and the Middle Ages begin.
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