The conquest of Italy by Rome (periods, dates, events, totals and significance)

date Event Results and significance
425 BC The Romans captured the Etruscan city of Fidena Annexing a vast territory to the north, providing Rome with the missing metal
396 BC The capture of the Etruscan city of Veii
355-351 BC Victory over the Etruscan city of Tarkvinia , but it was not possible to finally annex it
310-308 BC The cities of Tarquinia and Volsinia surrendered to the Romans
390 BC Invasion of the Gauls The Gauls captured Rome, as a result of which the foreign policy position of Rome worsened
360s BC  Defeat of the Gallic tribes Rome consolidated its position in Northern Italy to the Rubicon River
343-341 BC First Samnite War The Romans conquered the Campanian plain
By 338 BC  The Romans completely subdued the Equans Wolscans and Latins Rome became one of the strongest states in Central Italy
327-304 BC   Second Samnite War The Romans suffered a heavy defeat, but the power of the Samnites was still broken
298-290 BC Third Samnite War The Samnites had to surrender, they retained only a small territory and were forced to become Roman allies
290 BC Conquest of the Sabines All central Italy fell into the hands of the Romans
280-272 BC   Fight against Greek colonial cities The cities of southern Italy obeyed Rome

 

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