Flavius Honorius Augustus was born in the 9th of September 384 to Theodosius I and Aelia Flaccilla. His father Theodosius I named him Augustus at a young age after the death of his father Honorius and Arcadius divided the Roman Empire. Honorius was the West Roman Emperor from 393 to 423.
The Holy Roman Empire consisted of multi-ethnic territories during the early medieval periods until its collapse in 1806 after the Napoleonic wars. The territories in the Holy Roman Empire included the Kingdom of Germany, Italy, Burgundy as well as other numerous small kingdoms. The Holy Roman Empire was centrally located in Europe and mainly occupied the present day Germany. Ancient Egypt was an old civilization found in the Northeastern Africa. The Ancient Egypt occupied the present country of Egypt.
The mighty Roman Empire was divided for easier control in 285 CE by emperor Diocletian. The wealthy eastern empire lived on as the Byzantine Empire, while the western half declined into the middle ages from 500-1500 CE. In an attempt to revive the Holy Roman Empire, the Frankish Empire emerges, ruled most importantly by Charlemagne. In this time period, the Church was able to become higher than the state with a partnership between the pope and the emperor. The Frankish Empire lasted 35 years after Charlemagne’s death, but his three grandsons went to war over who the successor of the Frankish empire was.
One of the greatest weaknesses that lead to the fall of the Western Roman Empire are the barbarian invasions. When the Roman soldiers were moved from the Rhine-Dhanube frontier to fight on civil wars in Italy, the Roman borders were left open to attacks. Not so long after Constantine moved Rome’s capitol, Germanic barbarians-people Romans considered uncivilized- began to raid and take over Roman lands in Greece and Gaul. Historians believe that the tribes actually started settling along the borders around 200s. Odavacer (a barbarian leader) takes over by overthrowing the last of the Roman emperors and made himself the ruler of Italy.
The relationship between two great leaders Woodrow Wilson and Vittorio Orlando and their effect on the treaty of Versailles. In this world, we have had a long history of great leaders whom has changed the world and left they legacy behind and two leaders whom stand out to me is Woodrow Wilson and Vittorio Orlando. Woodrow Wilson and Vittorio Orlando were two of the big four, which is also known as the head allied leaders whom in 1919 met at the Paris peace conference. Vittorio Orlando was an Italian statesman whom was born in Palermo in May of 1860. After World War was over and they had lost he had become one of the leaders of the Italian commission at the Paris Peace meeting between two parties.
Welcome to the Local Rome! Today we will be covering the very important facts about the rise of the rome republic. Our first story will be about the differences between the people under Etrusken rule. You all should know about the 2 seperate classes in Rome. The Patricans and the Plebians. The Patricans see themselves as the “fathers” of the state.
The Central Powers consisted of Germany, Austria-Hungary, the Ottoman Empire (now Turkey), and Italy (at the beginning of the war). Alliances were formed to protect each country from enemy countries but it
The Middle Ages, also known as the Dark Ages, lasted from 500-1500 C.E. Around that time, the Western Roman Empire fell, causing everything to go out of order in Western Europe. People during that time were basically Romans, and those living in the Eastern Roman Empire - the Byzantine Empire - were also Romans. Hence, the culture in the Medieval Ages was similar to the culture in the Byzantine Empire. Cultures, throughout the world, build on one another - just like how the Roman Empire influenced the Medieval Culture. The Medieval culture influenced American culture today.
First of all the Byzantine Empire was the eastern continuation of the Roman Empire after the Western Roman Empire 's fall in the fifth century. But it still had continued going from the fall of the Roman Empire until the Ottoman triumph in 1453. The Byzantine Empire at first kept up various Roman structures of organization and law and parts of Roman culture. The Byzantines called themselves "Roman". The articulation "Byzantine Empire" was not used until well after the fall of the Empire.
In 330 A.D. a Roman emperor named Constantinople founded a city named Constantinople on the old Greek city of Byzantium. This city expanded into the Byzantine Empire, a continuation of the Roman Empire in Eastern Europe even after the Western Roman Empire fell. During the entire span of the Byzantine Empire, there were several emperors that influenced the empire, but one emperor, Justinian I, is widely acknowledged as the greatest Byzantine emperor. Very little is known about Justinian's early life, as he was born to a Latin-speaking peasant family in Tauresium, which is now the Republic of Macedonia. His mother was the sister of a Excubitor, (the Imperial Bodyguard) Justin.
Rome started its expansion in the Latium, the region in which the city of Rome is located, and by 220 BC, they had colonised the whole actual Italian territory. By 140 BC, the actual Greek territory was theirs, and by 117 AD, the Roman Empire was at its territorial apogee, under the reign of the Emperor Trajan.
The subject of this paper will be to highlight American attitudes towards both German and Italian Americans during the Second World War. By examining the internment of German and Italian Americans as well as American attitudes towards the two minority groups, specifically through American war posters, this paper will address and expose an issue that has largely been exaggerated and neglected up until the late 20th into the 21st Century. The treatment of both Italian and German Americans during the Second World War went unacknowledged for decades until the U.S. Congress passed the “Wartime Violation of Italian American Civil Liberties Act” in October of 1999. This led the way for historians such as Lawrence DiStasi and Stephen Fox to publish material
The name Lauren is originally a masculine name until the actress Betty Jean Perske used Lauren as her stage name. Lauren was introduced in Rome, Italy in the 7th century. This name can be interrupted as the English version of the Irish name: Fierce. My parents picked this to be my middle name because I had an older sister before Emili and her name was Lauren.
While both the ancient Roman Empire and Tang dynasty have long since fallen, many lessons can be learned from how these two once great Empires were able to expand as well as maintain their empire. These strategies have stood the test of time and are still relevant today. Even during different time periods as well as in different regions in the world, several of the same strategies were used by both empires. Their ability to expand their territory and create significant innovations would aid to the success of their respective empire along with leave a lasting mark on history.
Rome was the center of one of the world's greatest empires. It began as an unremarkable settlement. Rome had become powerful by conquering territory. But Rome soon discovered that size has its problems. Controlling an expanded empire, meant a need for more food, clothing, weapons and supplies.