When discussing the greatest empires in the history of the world, the Roman Empire will always be included. At its peak the Roman empire was made up of almost all of modern day Europe, and it was considered to be one of the mightiest empires in history. There was no single factor that contributed to the success of the Roman Empire. It is rather a success founded upon military strength, cultural prosperity, and political policies. Augustus and Marcus Aurelius are two of the Emperors of Rome who truly valued what it meant to be Roman, and lead Rome in a way that they felt was right.
Augustus had many achievements which changed the future of Rome and one of his biggest accomplishments has been Pax Romana. Pax Romana is a key point in our history so far. In this time Augustus had managed to rebuild 82 temples using our money and even his own. This has helped our people closer to the gods and make it easier for them to go to the temple. Evidently, his respect for the gods and for our community and for all he was willing to do for our people.
Caesar, born in the year 100 BC, was a man most remembered for his brilliant military strategies as well as his dedication to develop the Roman Empire. His contributions can be seen as the foundation for the Roman Empire’s golden years as he transformed the empire into a monarch. Beyond just leading his army to conquer other nations, Caesar was also a key political head in Rome. He rose quickly up the ranks within the ruling party and was able to strike a deal with Pompey the Great and Crassus (2 honorable figures in Rome then). These 3 remained as a tripartite throughout the 50s BC, garnering ruling legitimacy and authority, till Crassus’s death and subsequently, Pompey and Caesar’s alleged war in 49 BC.
Born to parents King Philip II and Queen Olympia, who was the daughter of King Neoptolemus. With the high qualities of both King Philip and Queen Olympia, Alexander was set for total greatness. He would become a great influence in the ancient world. And his rise to the throne would be one that would be talked about and surely no one would forget. Alexander always knew he was going to do well he believed in being the god given child lead the people of the new empire quoted from ancient.Eu “Alexander was born the sixth of Hecatombaeon, which month the Macedonians call Lous, the same day that the temple of Diana at Ephesus was burnt; which Hegesias of Magnesia makes the occasion of a conceit, frigid enough to have stopped the conflagration.
Fig: Map of Han Empire. Liu Bang, the first emperor of Han dynasty is the first original commoner to be emperor in the Chinese history. The Pride and Glory of Han Empire is often compared with Greece and Roman empire. Some of the remarkable achievement of Han dynasty are the initialization of the central government system, the establishment of Civil service exam, invention such as paper and compass, establishment of Silk road, etc. Here are the aspects of historical figure being considered: WHO is it?
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.
Ancient Rome is known to be a powerful and well put together civilization that was somewhat meeting the common good. The reason that Ancient Rome was a successful city was because they had a republic. A republic is a democracy where the people of Rome get to choose their leaders. The city had a huge population with a strong government. They had the five meanings of government which were provide public services, protect rights, promote rule of law, prepare for a common defense, and support the economic system.
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.
He was born at Arpinum and belongs to wealthy local family. He did his education in Rome to establish a career in public speaking and became a leading barrister in Rome. In 66 BC he was elected as a praetor and later elected as consul in 63 BC. Cicero was very much attached to Pompey because he contributed his political life to Pompey. Cicero was the greatest of the Roman orators and followed a common practice of publishing his speeches.
Julius Caesar and Abraham Lincoln are two great past leaders whose legacy is still felt today. They are regarded as being among history’s greatest statesmen. Although from two radically different eras and locales, they have many similarities as well as differences. This paper will compare the things the great men had in common. Gaius Julius Caesar was born on approximately July 12, 100 BCE in Rome.