Tarquinio il Superbo
Tarquinio il Proud
Tarquinius Superbus, septimus et ultimus regum, Volscos, quae gens ad Campaniam euntibus non longe ab urbe est, vicit, Gabios civitatem et Suessam Pometiam subegit, cum Tuscis pacem fecit et templum Iovi in Capitolio aedificavit.
Lucius Tarquinius Superbus, the seventh and last of the kings, overcame the Volsci, a nation not far from Rome, on the road to Campania, he won, and he drenched with Pometia; the towns of Gabii, and built a temple in honor of Jupiter in the Capitol, he made peace with the Tuscans; and built.
Postea Ardeam oppugnans, in octavo decimo miliario ab urbe Roma positam civitatem, imperium perdidit.
After engaged assault eight miles from the city, he lost control.
Nam cum filius eius, et ipse Tarquinius iunior, nobilissimam feminam Lucretiam eandemque pudicissimam, Collatini uxorem, stuprasset ea que de iniuria marito et patri et amicis questa fuisset, in omnium conspectu se occidit.
In fact, with his son, also named Tarquin, a young man, a most noble and chaste woman to Lucretia, the wife of Collatinus, stuprasset her father, and her friends, her husband would have been the things that are of the injury, in the sight of all of them committed suicide.
Propter quam causam Brutus, parens et ipse Tarquini, populum concitavit et Tarquinio ademit imperium.
On account of which cause he is Brutus, was a kinsman of Tarquinius, to the populace to wage and deprived Tarquin of his regal authority.
Mox exercitus quoque eum, qui civitatem Ardeam cum ipso rege oppugnabat, reliquit; veniens que ad urbem rex portis clausis exclusus est, cum que imperasset annos quattuor et viginti cum uxore et liberis suis fugit.
The army, also, who are engaged with the king in besieging the city, he left his; the gates of which were locked, so shut out, to the city he came and the king, and he reigned twenty-four years, and when he ordered them to supply his men and fled with his wife, and their children.
Ita Romae regnatum est per septem reges annis ducentis quadraginta tribus, cum adhuc Roma, ubi plurimum, vix usque ad quintum decimum miliarium possideret.
So regal form of government by kings seven hundred and forty-three years, with further Rome, where the most effective, barely reached fifteen miles.