The Roman empire was a republic that included the votes of the poor as well as the wealthy, and although the poor could never hold political office, the wealthy knew better than to lord their power over the commoners within the empire. It was their ideals and principles on country first and above all that kept the empire bonded together under one nation as
In Rome, when Augustus got rid of Mark Antony and Cleopatra, he established his role in the Republic, but due to his popularity he was named imperator by the Senate. This shifted Rome into an Empire. George Lucas takes this idea directly from Roman history and applies it in Star Wars. Once Palpatine took control in Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith he renames the nation into the Galactic Empire. This is a clear relation between the Star Wars world and Rome because these great nations were powerful and after a struggle of power they eventually became
The Roman Empire started when Pax Romana or Roman peace began in 27 BCE under the rule of Augustus Caesar. During Pax Romana, Rome had fair laws, a participatory government, growth and trade. But no peace can last forever. In 200 CE, Pax Romana comes to an end. Only twenty years later, foreigners start invading Rome.
If Caesar would've just killed him then and there, he could have stopped an eight year war from happening. Julius Caesar started several wars to expand Rome’s land. The Gallic War and Caesar’s Civil War. The Gallic War took place in what is now France in 58 BC - 51 BC. The Gallic War ended in September 52 BC at the Battle of Alesia.
So was he a good man or he was man who just wants to take over? Julius Caesar is known for winning his victory in Gaul. Making one of his victories most important new territories to the empire. Later on his “Dictatorship” Caesar went to war against Pompey, leading his troops across the river Rubicon. By then of 48 BC he had pushes his enemies away from Italy and trapped Pompey, and he ended up in Egypt.
The Life of Julius Ceaser Julius Caesar skillful and well-known leader of the Roman Republic who eventually was appointed king and turned the Roman Republic into a powerful Roman Empire. (https://www.biography.com/people/julius-caesar-9192504). He faced many obstacles starting at his child until death. Caesar did not have a chance to enjoy the typical childhood most children would actually enjoy had to become an adult earlier than the average person would have had to. He was born in.
when the Macedonian army defeated Thebes and Athens and took over. They wanted to take control, but they were defeated by the Macedonians and under their rule. Their government had still been functioning, but under Macedonian rule. The government should be restored because they were successful until the point of the war and even after being attacked by all the opposing city states. The effects were that all citizens had a say in government decisions for war and other choices they had to make.
Octavian eventually exiled Octavian, and defeated Antony at sea, who eventually committed suicide with his Egyptian wife Cleopatra. Being the only remaining ruler, Octavian Returned to Rome and declared himself princeps of Rome. In 27 BC, the Senate gave Octavian the holy title of Augustus, and later ruled for 41 years. The policies he enacted set the groundwork for the era of peace known as the Pax
In search for military glory, Claudius personally led his army through Gaul and across the Channel into Britain where, with little opposition, he reduced much of the island into submission. Claudius died on October 13th 54 after being poisoned, probably on the orders of Agrippina who was afraid Claudius would appoint Britannicus. Claudius undertook the conquest of Britain. He visited the island for 16 days, to preside over the capture of Colchester, the capital of the new province, and then returned to Rome. As well as Britain, Claudius added North Africa, Balkans, part of Turkey to the Roman Empire.
He fought in many wars and became involved in Roman politics. After having many alliances, he then became the dictator of the Roman Empire only to rule for just one year before his death. In 86 BC, He married Cornlia daughter of a nobleman, they had a daughter by the name of Julia Caeseris when Cornlia passed away he remarried to Pompeia, granddaughter of the Roman Dictator Sulla. Their marriage lasted a good amount of year but later divorced. Later in 59 BC Caesar married Calpurnia, she was a teenager who he remained married for the remaining years of his life.
Amid the late Warring States Period (476 BC - 221 BC), the condition of Qin was in its full improvement. At the point when Yingzheng was in his rule, he vanquished the other six states (Han, Zhao, Wei, Yan, Chu and Qi), from 230 BC to 221 BC. So finishing the bedlam brought on by wars among vassals that had kept going more than 500 years. He set up a bound together and unified nation and announced Xianyang, in Shaanxi Province, the capital city of the Qin.
77). After the fall of the great Caesar, Mark Antony brings to the Capitol Caesar 's will. Brutus, Cassius, and Casca believe they shall be the one’s to take upon Caesar’s will and make changes to it. Antony then fights for his death will and keep it how it is written. “Here is the will, under Caesar 's seal.