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Little is known about him except that he was elected by the Senate, doubled the population of Rome, added Alban nobles to the Senate of Rome, and built the Curia Hostilia. Though Ancus Martius or Marcius was elected to his position, he was also a grandson of Numa Pompilius.

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A warrior king, Marcius added to Roman territory by conquering neighboring Latin cities and moving their people to Rome. Marcius also founded the port city of Ostia. After moving to Rome, he became friendly with Ancus Marcius and was named as guardian to Marcius's sons. As king, he gained ascendance over neighboring tribes and defeated the Sabines, Latins, and Etruscans in battle.

Tarquin created new senators and expanded Rome. He also established the Roman Circus Games. While there is some uncertainty about his legacy, it is said that he undertook the construction of the great Temple of Jupiter Capitolinus, started the construction of the Cloaca Maxima a massive sewer system , and expanded the role of Etruscans in Roman governance.

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Servius Tullius was the son-in-law of Tarquinius Priscus. He instituted the first census in Rome, which was used to determine the number of representatives each area had in the Senate. Servius Tullius also divided the Roman citizens into tribes and fixed the military obligations of 5 census-determined classes. According to legend, he came to power as a result of the assassination of Servius Tullius and ruled as a tyrant.

He and his family were so evil, say the stories, that they were forcibly ousted by Brutus and other members of the Senate. After the death of Tarquin the Proud, Rome grew under the leadership of the great families patricians. At the same time, however, a new government developed. In BCE, as a result of a strike by the plebeians commoners , a new representative government emerged.

This was the start of the Roman Republic.

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Updated February 18, Crocus and Ramsey Hills seem visible, but they get lost in the wide sweep of bluffs along the highway. There was a Baptist church there in the s, hence the name, and then after the church relocated a few blocks away, a city workhouse.

By the s, the land had been graded and it had been made into a city park. You can stand up at the top of that one and look down onto the artificial stream that gurgles by in the warmer months. And last of all, poor Williams Hill, the second of the missing hills, and perhaps the one with the saddest story. It rises on all sides, and seems to be covered up the sides with houses and buildings. Williams Hill today is a sort of sorry scene. The site is now roughly to the right of 35E, to the east of downtown St. Paul, where it splits off from I By the mids, it was a series of lumpy, polluted brown deformations.

Agnes Bakery is located in one of these buildings and the scent of fresh bread often wafts out over the parking lot. Prospect Park is certainly in Saint Paul. It is a park sitting atop the west side bluffs.

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It is a nice park with a playground and a great view of downtown. Thanks for the clarification! Paul Prospect Park and Prospect Terrace next week. His camp was still there as of a couple of weeks ago but it sounds like he was threatened recently by the Dinkytown Greenway extension into downtown. Good catch! Chester under the 35W bridge is 62, according to a Star-Tribune profile, which would make him far too young.

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Still, interesting nomenclatural pattern. You must be logged in to post a comment. The Stroll. To claim seven hills is a way to draw a parallel between your own burgeoning establishment and the glories of Rome. MinnPost photos by Andy Sturdevant. MinnPost photo by Andy Sturdevant.

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Courtesy of the Minnesota Historical Society. With no hill left, Williams Hill today is a sort of sorry scene. Share this: Email Facebook Twitter Print. Name: Email: Comment:. Get MinnPost in your email inbox:.

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