I gave the Roman Empire an A+. The reason I gave them an A+ was because they had sturdy armor/equipment, had well-trained soldiers, and very good weapons. The Romans will need to protect their city. To do that, they would need to have good, sturdy armor and new weapons. The Romans trained hard enough to be ready for their battle.
During the time of the Roman Republic, there was constant struggle between the rich patrician aristocracy and the plebeians who ranged from jobless laborers to wealthy landowners who did not belong to the noble class. While on the one hand the patricians tried to concentrate all political power in their hands,
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.
The Tiber and Po River provided transportation, food, and water for the Early Romans. Italy is a peninsula and that served the Early Romans well. The surrounding Seas made it hard for invaders. In addition to geography, government allowed Rome to prosper as a civilization.
This work investigates resource consumption during the Roman Empire, and its effects on the civil collapse of ancient Rome. Investigation of the socioeconomic class system in ancient Rome provides a background for resource use based on the heavy distribution of land ownership among upper class citizens. Members of the rural lower class also maintain a significant role in the resource base of ancient Rome by providing the workforce for large agricultural estates. This work will also analyze the effect of population increase during the Pax Romana on resource scarcity and its implications on the eventual collapse of Roman civilization. The unsustainable nature of the Roman agrarian system, coupled with the developed notion that Roman society should
The Romans traded a lot because their greatest concern was that they wouldn't have enough food to feed everybody. But everything turned out to be well. With too much food, and not enough money, the government had decided that it would be OK if the Romans paid ½ of their taxes in money and the other ½ in food. This actually helped because not as many people went to jail for not paying their taxes, and it also created a lot of food storage for the colder seasons when they couldn't grow as many crops. Supporting the economic system isn't just based on farming and trading.
If it wasn’t for Julius Caesar army he wouldn’t have been able to take over Rome and implement better social and political reforms for the empire. Some of the political and social reforms created by Caesar consisted of ending the separation among people by providing them with citizenship, and bringing in all the needed resources such as food, other natural resources, and water. These reforms also contributed to the overall success of the empire. Nevertheless the military was an essential tool needed by the Roman Empire in order of dealing with any situation that might have disturbed the structure of the
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.
Lasting 500 years with the republic and roughly a thousand and five hundred more with the Roman empire, the Roman Army was an extremely effective fighting force. Creating new tactics, some still used to this day, the ancient Romans were able to conquer most of Europe, northern sections of Africa and parts of the Middle East. With a complex chain of command, adaptability, formations and equipment, the Roman armies were the best for their time. In the beginning of the first Roman army, the Romans followed the Greek Phalanx formation, a rectangular formation made up of heavy infantry units. In the 4th century the Romans changed the Phalanx formation and renamed it the Triplex Acies, or triple line (Ricketts, Colin).
The Roman Empire The use of concrete in Roman Architecture Introduction: Roma, Modern day Rome, was founded in 753 BC, by the first of the seven Roman Kings, Romulus. The Roman Empire was one of the most powerful civilizations in history. The Roman power was echoed in their buildings with large arches and vast interior spaces, which was possible through the use of concrete. The Romans became such a powerful civilization, firstly, because of its location, Italy, between other powerful civilizations and right on the Mediterranean Sea. Secondly, the location of Rome gave the civilization access to an abundance of resources and thirdly, great leaders such as, Julius Caesar and Augustus Octavian who started to build Rome as a great Empire and city