This kind of deal made the conquered people happy. An alliance with Rome made their borders secure, with minimal impacts on their daily lives. With borders secure, trade between allies became flourished too, which made the allies more prosperous. But of course, there were some exceptions.
People farther down the social scale had fewer opportunities but it was hardly impossible: for example the apostle Paul, a Jew from the province of Cilicia in modern Turkey, was nevertheless a Roman citizen. Eventually the whole of a conquered region might acquire Latin Rights, a kind of limited citizenship for every free inhabitant.
The coastal plain south of the river was known as Latium in ancient times, after the people who lived therethe Latins. These people were shepherds and farmers. a dark people. The people conquered by the Sabines had probably begun to move from Africa about 10, 000 BC as the Sahara gradually turned to desert.
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