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From Celtic, Etruscan and Roman Hands: The Po River Valley and Modena Nikolas Eristavi

From Celtic, Etruscan and Roman Hands: The Po River Valley and Modena

Nikolas Eristavi

Published July 4th 2011
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Research Paper from the year 2010 in the subject History - World History - Early and Ancient History, grade: 90, University of San Francisco, course: Roman History, language: English, abstract: In the early history of the Italian peninsula, as itsMoreResearch Paper from the year 2010 in the subject History - World History - Early and Ancient History, grade: 90, University of San Francisco, course: Roman History, language: English, abstract: In the early history of the Italian peninsula, as its territories were being settled, thelands farmed, and animals domesticated, the population was relatively low and spread faracross its mountains, valleys and along the rivers. Despite the modest beginnings in theera of pre-history, as settlements joined together and tribes grew and founded villages andtowns, the Italian peninsula became a more lively and interactive arena in the Europeanlandscape. Not as historically active or significant until the first millennia BC, the area ofthe Po River Valley, where the modern day city of Modena stands, became a hotbed forculture clashes and military conflicts. Empire builders, traders, soldiers, farmers andpastoralists all came through this wooded region of the Italian peninsula and through thewalls of what once was known as Mutina and today as Modena. The city of Modena inthe Po River Valley on the Italian Peninsula has been blessed with a rich history ofEtruscan settlement, Celtic influence, and Roman domination as it was a decisiveeconomic and military location for all three conquest-centered cultures that tread throughits boundaries. [...]