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Roman tradition maintains that early Rome (753 B.C. - 509 B.C.) was under the control of seven kings and that two of the last three kings were Etruscan. Historians know for certain that Rome did fall under Etruscan influence during this time. In 509 B.C., the Romans overthrew the last Etruscan king and established a republic. In a republic, the leader is not a monarch, and some citizens have the right to vote.

   ⇒ Naging republika ang Roma dahil sa huling Etruscan na hari. Nawalan siya ng posisyon dahil masama ang kanyang mga pamamalakad sa mga tao, or in other words, he's cruel kaya naging republika ang Roma at hindi na naging monarkiya kahit kailan.


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