The Ancient Rome Republic sort of met the common good because they did pretty well in some of the groups of go One thing the Romans did well for the common good was the public service in Ancient Rome, which was very good so I gave the public service an A+! One great thing that the Romans had to provide a public service was the public Roman bathhouses. It’s good enough that there is a bathhouse for everyone, but a really cool thing about it was that the water was heated which was really nice for people who didn 't have running water in their own house. Also, no matter if you were a plebeian or patrician, or a woman you could use them. Another great thing the Romans provided for public service was the aqueducts.
Historians may argue that Julius Caesar helped rome to make it better and stronger for the people. While this might be true this is misleading because all of Julius Caesar's good actions like giving people more jobs,but it just covered up his worse actions that hurt rome. Also Julius Caesar was named a awful man throughout history from not persevering in hard situations, hurting not helping rome, and doing things for himself. To begin with Julius Caesar was named a awful man from how he didn’t persevere in hard situations. One way he didn't persevere was when Sulla (the emperor of the time) ordered Julius to divorce Cornelia (his first wife) because she was from the family of Sulla's enemies.
With the help of the Conflict ofthe Orders the Twelve Tables came into existence. Because of this all citizens (excluding the emporer) were now equal under Roman law. This, however, unfortunetely didn 't last and did spread to other parts of the political world. Later, aristocracy and nobility made the system unequal that last the rest of the
Ancient civilizations often function properly by analyzing the aspects of other neighboring civilizations, figure out what is making them flourish, and implementing them into their own society. Moreover, some societies choose to look at these prospering qualities and try to improve upon them or simply come up with original ideas and contraptions that better the lives of those in their community. The ancient Romans were one of these ancient civilizations that innovated and borrowed elements to create thriving civilizations. One civilization active during Rome’s mid to late republic era, was Greece. They heavily influenced ancient Rome on everything ranging from architecture to cultural practices, but an interesting aspect of both civilizations
“As we all know the Roman Empire, big empires go down if the borders are not well-protected”- (Mark Rutte). This quote was chosen because it says that even big empires go down if they are not well protected. One example of this was The Roman Empire, it was a big empire and was the most extensive political and social structured in western civilization, but since they weren´t well protected it fell. The Ancient Roman Army is different from the Roman´s Army nowadays. One example of this is the Roman Army, back then they weren’t allowed to marry while they were serving the army, and nowadays they are free to marry and free to have their own rights.
The Romans created Aqueducts; commonly known as a plumbing system so that the people could have running water, indoor plumbing, public water fountains, baths, and a sewer system. Most of the Public Services provided in Rome were supported by aqueducts. For example, the public baths, water fountains, and sewer system all came from aqueducts. Creating a system of paved roads made it quicker and easier for the Roman army to move around the Roman Empire. The roads were also used for postal service so that messages could be sent to other parts of Rome because it was expanding a great deal.
Killing Caesar is not what the people want, but is what the conspirators are tricking you into thinking. The conspirators feel no one person should have to much power while the Roman people want their beloved Caesar to rule over them. We should not kill Caesar even though granted illegal citizenship to those who lived in Gaul and over the years has put many of them in the Senate. Caesar may have done this to get new perspectives in the senate-house instead of having the same narrow-minded people all the time ( Baker, 118 ). He made a law saying that it is illegal to wage war without the other party attacking first.
Julius Caesar was the first dictator of Rome, which left the people with a displeasing feeling of him. He came into rule, wanting to make life better for the people of Rome and give them better odds in the case of something bad happening. My prompt was to elaborate what led to Julius Caesar’s death and how it happened; also supposed to give a reason to why they thought he was killed. Julius Caesar died because of the way he tried to go about ruling Rome; the council did not agree with the way that Caesar was trying to rule and they disagreed with him on more than one occasion, because he had political experience before he became the dictator of Rome. To begin, Julius Caesar was the first dictator in Roman history,causing a lot of problems with the council and the people.
This coin was replaced by the Aes Grave. Overtime, the Romans developed more coins. The Romans economic system was great, and though it wasn’t as great as their army, their economic system had very little flaws and was a great part of their common goods, so I would give the Romans economic system an
When they did this they tried to meet everything to the common good of the citizens. Read on to find out how they did this. The Roman Republic deserves an A+ for their Public services. First, the Romans built huge sets of Aqueducts (and pipes) to bring water from clean/fresh water sources in the mountains (usually springs) to