Did you know in the book it states “More than 50,000 miles of road connected Rome with the frontiers of the empire.”? This is important because some roads that we use today is from the roman people. Hello my name is karissah solis and i 'm here to be telling you what we have been learning in ms.a’s class . Why things that the rome made are important to us.
Introduction The most important invention of the Romans was the invention of concrete, because it made a lot of other inventions possible. The Romans invented concrete by mixing pozzolana (which was a chocolate-colored volcanic material) and limestone. They then added strengthening materials like bricks and rocks. This mix was heated to a high enough temperature to make the substances fuse. The material would then be pulverized, with which you would get a powder.
The Roman Colosseum is regarded as one of the greatest architectural feats of human history. Construction began in 72 AD under the rule of Vespasian. The building was assembled following the great fire that took place in Rome 8 years prior and a civil war that followed. Around 100,000 Jewish prisoners who fell into Roman slavery after the war built the Amphitheatre. The Flavian Amphitheatre, or Colosseum was the largest ever constructed and served as a way of giving back to the Ro
Rome was a very unique place. It began long ago as a city in the center of Italy, on the Italian Peninsula. Soon enough, Rome grew into a kingdom. In Rome’s growth, there were many geographical advantages such as the Tiber River which provided trade and travel due to the ford, the mountain ranges that protected Rome from harsh weather and from attacks, and lastly the climate was very cool and rainy winters. Tarquin was the last ruler of Rome.
What is migration? Migration is defined as the movement of people to a new area or country in order to find work or better living conditions. It can also be defined as the movement from one part of something to another. Throughout history, we have seen numerous types of migration. People constantly moving to new places and society constantly shifting.
In the eighth century B.C. Ancient Rome groom from a small Town around Italy's Tiber River into an empire that was very important in the history of human civilization. The Tiber River has played a significant role for the people for the people on the Italian peninsula. This 252 mile river is the third longest in Italy. The sower part of the Tiber Rivers located in the Apennine Mountains, specifically from two springs that are separated by 30 feet where Mount Fumaiolo lies. This mountain south of Amelia Romagna serves as the natural border between it and Tuscany.
Introduction Are the Romans meeting the common good? Common good is when everything is fair to everyone. They could either meet the common good, somewhat meet the common good, or not meet the common good. Lets see if the Romans did a good job meeting the common good. Promoting The Rule Of Law When it comes to promoting the rule of law
In Ancient Rome, the Romans had their own Roman Republic. The Roman republic reasonably met the common good. The way they did this was that they didn’t fully meet the common good in all areas, but in other areas they did. In public service I would give the Ancient Romans an A. One of the greatest achievements in ancient time was the waterway.
Rome is primarily popular for their incredible achievements and superiority during the Roman Empire. Alexander the Great created a policy of Hellenization and established a world in which it has been incredibly easy for Christianity to spread. Alexander could give a speech before a group of people and they reacted in a way that was explosive, allowing an opportunity for the commands of Alexander the Great to move feverishly. In the society of the first Christians, the external forms of government and management of business along with their staff consisted of those of the Roman Empire. Its cultural roots are surrounded in a different world overall.