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In contrast, the Osco-Umbrian tribes do not exhibit Villanovan features. The legend is given its most vivid and detailed treatment in the Roman poet Virgil 's epic, the Aeneid published around AD World War II, conflict that involved virtually every part of the world during the years — A few of the larger Latin states, such as Praeneste and Tibur, were allowed to retain a degree of political autonomy, but only in a subordinate status as Roman socii "allies"tied to Rome by treaties of military alliance. The name contains the Latin diminutive -ulusso it means simply "Roman" or "little Roman". Unfortunately, our editorial approach may not be able to accommodate all contributions.