The Romans made over 372 roads that connected to Rome itself, not including the other roads that ran through the rest of the countryside. The Romans built their road with dirt, gravel and reinforce the roads with granite and lava bricks. Also Roman engineers also innovated the roads by putting curvatures on the side of the road that allowed water drainage. The Romans also with buildings started building bridges and arches. The Romans built extravagant bridges all over the empire.
However, it was their enormous strain many years ago that today results in buildings towering over 130 feet in height. This motivation that drove the mayans nearly 4,000 years ago also produced a variety of remarkable ideas and concepts, many of which we use today. One such example is the Mayan Calendar. The Mayans developed
The Hypogeum had many surprises like water flooding and two-floor system. (Ponticelli). As one of the greatest structures in Roman history it created an impact. Like every legacies they have left many thing behind for the modern world. This structure is used all around the world which is also known as the "stadium". "
Jaylan Garcia 2/21/17 Period 4 The Roman Republic & the Common Good Graphic Organizer for the Essay (Argument) Provide Public Services The Roman Republic was meeting the common good. I gave the Roman Empire an A+ in this area. The reason I gave it an A+ was because of their way of meeting the people’s expectations for providing public services for their citizens to use. They built public bath houses for relaxation & to take people’s minds off of their problems, other ways to communicate in a nice way, or just use it for their own needs. The hardworking men built roads for trading, which boosted the economy.
Thanks to the smart brains of the Ancient Romans! Anyhow, after the Roman army won the war, they decided to build bridges, roads, and other helpful transportation devices. There once was a saying that Every road leads to Rome.” I am not quite sure what that means, but it sounds like a good
Roman influences are visible all around us today. One of the most important lessons that our culture has taken from ancient Roman would be our roadways. Romans were the first to use roads that gave our society the formula for construction that allowed rainwater to drain off. They used numbered signposts every Roman mile, which indicated such things as the distance to the next town and which construction team had built the road.
The common language was Latin. One can see just how influential Rome was is that many languages such as Spanish and French were based off of Latin. The Roman Empire has left a mark on history that will likely never be forgotten. The innovations that came out of the empire continue to shape life
1. First blacksmithing has an elaborate mythology based off of it, blacksmithing also has a significant amount history behind it as well. Hephistis is one of the more well-known blacksmithing gods from greek mythology. He is to have been the reason the Greeks and Romans learned how to create a material called bronze much stronger than tin and copper so it was used more often in tools and weapons like axes picks and hoes/rakes. He also has been said to have created many weapons for the gods of Olympus like Zeus 's lightning bolts, Poseidon 's trident, and Hades helm of darkness.
Concret has influenced my life because it is the foundation of my house. Every building I have been in my life whether it has been by it or had gotten its material from a place that had used concret at one point. If it wasn’t for concret many dams wouldn’t be made because most of them use concrete to build them like the Hoover Dam or the one use
The ancient Western world was impacted by many prominent individuals, who helped shape Western Civilization to great lengths. One such prominent figure was Julius Caesar (100 BC-44 BC). A Roman statesman, an army general and an illustrious author, Caesar had massive influence on Rome. As the last leader of the Roman Republic; he combined physical power with mental power to rule over Rome, albeit for a relatively short time, greatly impacting events that culminated in the Roman Republic’s demise and the ushering in of the vast Roman Empire. Caesar’s broad knowledge in political matters and military strategy enabled him to become a great leader, leaving a lasting legacy for Rome.