America is very similar to Ancient Rome, but there are several differences. For example, the Roman Empire "fell" and America is still “standing”. Before ancient Rome “fell”, Rome started out as a small settlement of farmers on the Palatine hill. About one hundred years later, Rome became a republic. The Roman Empire started when Pax Romana or Roman peace began in 27 BCE under the rule of Augustus Caesar.
Sadly around the 18th century, it was neglected and instead used as a source for building materials. Overall, I would give Rome an A for providing Public Service. They had a complex system of infrastructure that made people’s lives
Ancient Rome would go on to dominate much of the Mediterranean. Although the Roman Republic was a magnificent place, it didn’t always meet the common good. In order to meet the common good, a few things it would have to do are provide public services, promote the rule of law, and prepare for a common defense. Overall, the Roman Republic somewhat met the common good. When it came to preparing for a common defense, the Roman Republic met most needs.
Since the Roman Republic was so big they needed a fresh supply of water. The Romans built stuff like roads, public baths, fire department, aqueducts, and postal service. One of the most famous buildings in Rome is the Colosseum. This building is now a major tourist attraction in Rome. The first road the Romans built was in 312 BCE.
INTRODUCTION The Ancient Roman empire was a large empire, with a lot of citizens. Rome was mostly stable and most of the citizens were fine with what part of the common good they are getting. Was the Roman republic Realy meeting the common good for its people. Rome was somewhat meeting the common good for their people. Providing Public Services B- Rome had many different public services for its citizens, including aqueducts, roads and gladiator fights.
Roman Virtue: The Good Society American author, Frederick Douglas, said of a great nation, “A battle lost or won is easily described, understood, and appreciated, but the moral growth of a great nation requires reflection, as well as observation, to appreciate it.” Expanding beyond the shadow of Greece, Rome grew to become the greatest empire of its time. Rome’s mission was to create a good society. At the core of this good society, and at the core of Rome’s greatness, was the Roman people – the Romanitas. Rome’s journey to greatness can be traced through the virtues of the people, their patriotism, duty to family and state, and an underlying sense of religion. The Romans founded their history in Homer’s epics, the Iliad and the Odyssey.
In 1861, Italy was founded, although Rome was founded in 753 BC. Rome is in the region of Lazio, in Italy. Italy is surrounded by Spain, Switzerland, France, and Greece. Rome became a major power in the Mediterranean because of its geography, government, and military. Italy has many different mountain ranges and rivers that helped it become a major power on the Mediterranean.
INTRODUCTION Tradition has it Romulus as founder of Rome in 753 BC and archeology shows that the oldest remains of the first urban area are the middle of the eighth century BC; Another legend says that Rome was founded by Aeneas when he fled from the destruction of Troy, giving rise to a civilization that lasted over a thousand years and whose power spread over a vast territory that hitherto none had reached. · Who were the Romans? They were one of the many villages of Lazio to set their villages in the hills around the lower reaches of the Tiber. They are engaged in agriculture and animal husbandry, speaking in Latin, and were part of one of the many tribes of the Italian peninsula. In the period in which the legend attributes the founding
From a simple city/state to two vast empires ruled by powerful dictators. As you (hopefully) know, Rome in its infancy was just a small village on the river Tiber. After Rome grew a bit it became more akin to that of a city/state, its central governing city still being Rome. The next key phase in the evolution of the government of Rome was the Roman monarchy. This phase is characterized by its monarch rulers and, has little known of it as few records exist dating back to that era.
Ancient Rome was the birthplace of Christianity, but they also worshipped other gods similar to ancient Greece. Ancient Rome was the most relgious people in history. Their gods where very imporant to them in there everyday lifes.The gods that thier people believed consisted of Mars god of war, Mercuary the god of messaging, Neptune god of the sea, Janus god of the doorway, Diana god of hunting,vesta god of hearth,minerva goddess of healing and wisdom, Venus god of love.Their gods where not just worshipped out side of the the lifes of these people in Rome.There where special chapels in Rome that were used to worship and pray for their gods.They used dead animals to