Second Samnite War

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Historical Context Note

The term Second Samnite War refers to two series of conflicts (327-321 BC and 316-304 BC) between Rome and the Samnite tribes of Italy, at the end of which Rome had gained the territories of Apulia, Lucania, and southern Campania.

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