Servius Tullius, by these means, threw back upon the richest all the costs and dangers of war.
Servius Tullius stamped these, and reduced them to a fixed standard.
Servius Tullius divided the people into five classes, according to the value of their property.
The walls of Servius Tullius were strengthened at the time of the war with Gabii.
Veii was indeed fully larger, and was about the dimensions of the city of Rome, included within the walls of Servius Tullius.
It was taken in by Servius Tullius, who had his palace here (Livy, i. 44).
In the distance the brick-built aqueduct of Servius Tullius was outlined against the sky.
At the death of Tarquin, Servius Tullius succeeded to the throne.
Up there, too, are the remains of the first wall of the Roman city built by Servius Tullius.
The better-authenticated remains of the circuit wall of Servius Tullius are similar in character.