What is the origin of "When in Rome, do as the Romans do"?

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'When in Rome, do as the Romans do'. The origin of the saying is thought to have been a letter to Januarius from Augustine around 390 AD. This dates the saying to at least as early as the beginnings of the Christian church.
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It is: ROMA We have the exact same alphabet as the ancient Romans.
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I think the point is, no culture's traditions are any more or less valid than any other. You think yours are the right ones because that's how you were raised, but when you travel
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It means that since you are in his house, you should listen to his music. When you go somewhere, do what the people who live there like to do because you are the guest.
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The Etruscan Civilization lasted until 396 BC when they were conquered by Rome.
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