Latins and Etruscans
Hannibal and Carthage
Rome and Carthage
Rome and Asia Minor
Sulla, and Pompey.
Pompey, and Julius Caesar
Brutus, and Cassius
Octavian, and Mark Antony.
Antony and Octavian clashed in a naval battle.
Julius Caesar was proclaimed dictator.
Sulla and Marius battled for the commander position.
Julius Caesar was assassinated.
Rome was no longer a true republic.
The government raised taxes to pay for the army and government officials.
The Senate was unwilling to address Rome's social problems.
There was rivalry between two army commanders to rule Rome.