Ancient Roman society had a focus on the militaristic nature of the civilization. The government thrived on conquering new territory to build its empire. In order to keep the empire under control, Roman leaders placed a high importance in the architecture of its cities. They used their buildings to advance their knowledge of the world and show their strength. One building used for this is the Colosseum.In the present day the Colosseum represents the major points of Roman society: militaristic nature and elegant architecture.
Emperor Tang Gao Zu, also known as Li Yuan, was a successful leader. He was the first ruler from the Tang Dynasty (618-907). Emperor Tang was very effective with the choices he decided to make for the military and taxation systems that later on paved the way for the oncoming emperors. It will be argued that Tang Gao Zu was a successful leader because he was a the one who established the Tang Dynasty The next reason why Emperor Tang was a successful leader was because he re-established a powerful military. The most significant is that he re-established a stable taxation system.
Julius Caesar did a lot of accomplishments that were not only political, but, literary and historical. One of Julius Caesar 's significant achievements was to keep the attack of Rome by the clans of Gaul, amid he Gallic Wars. This made him exceptionally rich, however it additionally made Rome wealthier as well. Be that as it may one of Caesar 's greatest achievements was something he did well before he was murdered. He picked youthful Octavius as his beneficiary.
 Practical engineering architecture, such as aqueducts and roads, provided Romans with wider access to other Roman cities. Aqueducts enabled the Romans to supply sufficient water to its cities, while paved roads provided for easier trading and communication, and city walls protected it from outside intruders.  Similar to Rome, aqueducts were used to transport water, but not necessarily for the same reason. Athens was primarily supplied with water from local springs and wells and used the aqueducts to export water while in contrast Rome used aqueducts to import water.  The construction of temples was particularly important to Emperors as religion and politics were highly aligned with the Roman world.
Introduction The Roman Empire, was one of the most powerful empires in the world. The very mention of the name evoked wondrous feats of military daring, innovation in architecture and imaginable wonders of engineering. Rome herself was, literally, seen as the light, in an otherwise dark world and all of this magnificence was made possible due to the Roman system of taxation. Roman taxation system helped to build a solid economic foundation of the Roman Empire. So here comes to a question: how did the Roman taxation work?
154). If we clarify this idea, feeding and maintaining this large army had been embodied with the help of domestic producers. Development of the domestic market certainly, attracted the people who were living the around, even the out of the borders of Roman Empire. This strategy helped the Roman Empire to extend its borders, and propagandize Roman style. Thus, based on Campbell’s point it should be said that this process of militarization had enormous influence on the Romanization process.
I think that the Roman Republic excelled when it came to common good. They did really well in providing public services, protecting rights, the rule of law, preparing a common defense, and supporting the economic system. I gave the Roman Republic almost all A’s for meeting the common good, so in the next five paragraphs, I will tell you why. The Roman Republic got an A from me for meeting the common good in providing public services because they invented a waterway called the Aqueducts that provided running water, indoor plumbing, and a sewer system that removed diseases from the community. The Aqueducts also had a colossal system of pipes that lead to things that need water, such as public water fountains and baths.
This advancement in technology increased population and food production, benefitting everyone. The European technologies helped countries in advancing the colonized Asian countries and Africa. The colonized countries got ideas how their countries should be governed in order to be advance and strong country. During imperialism, as Europeans entered the colonized countries many Western cultures and customs were introduced, which helped the countries in becoming more diversited. The countries became more industrialized, helping in increasing the manufacturing of the
Ancient Rome had a well organized government that had many purposes that helped them create an amazing civilization. I studied 5 difference purposes of government to learn more about Ancient Rome. Those were the following: public services, protect rights, rule of law, prepare for a common defense, and support the economic system. The Roman Republic had amazing features. The Roman government met the needs of the public services by providing many advanced, and secure items for the Roman citizens.
FORMATION OF DESTINATIONS AS CONSEQUENCE OF MASSIVE TOURIST MOVEMENTS To popularity of European continent destinations, contributes outstanding beauty and attractions of its countries (Milenkovic, 1999, pp. 67-72). Thus, in France the main tourist areas are the Mediterranean coast, famous in the world for its beaches and casinos and the Cote d 'Azur, consisting of Saint Tropez, Nice, Cannes, Monte Carlo etc. Switzerland is a country rich in natural beauty. Its mountains, rivers, lakes, glaciers and good climate in winter attract a large number of people in the most famous areas on the Alps: St. Moritz, Davos, Graštad etc.