Lucius Tarquinius, called Priscus was a Roman king of Etruscan origin, who defeated the Etruscans, the Latins, and the Sabines.
Tanaquil played a crucial part in the careers of not just one, but two men who became kings of Rome – Tarquinius Priscus and Servius Tullius.
Attus Navius was a legendary Roman augur – a priest who read the divine will from the flight of birds.
Ancus Marcius was a Roman king who established a strong foundation for Rome’s future greatness. He received the title under suspicious circumstances, but built the port of Ostia, waged successful wars and added Aventine and Janiculum hills to the city.