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    It is undeniable that the Roman civilization made a tremendous impact in the modern world. From education to politics, Rome has made an important mark in the world by enabling its citizens to share their culture and knowledge to all their dominion. What makes the Roman civilization unique is not the preservation of their own culture but the embrace of the cultures of their colonies. Rome started from a group of villagers living along the Tiber River in Italy. For more than 200 years Rome was under

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    At its height, the Roman Empire was the most powerful domain in the world. It was at its largest in the second century AD and it spread across three continents. This Empire had diverse languages and cultures. Nevertheless by the 3rd century A.D, Romans were on swift decline. This fast decline was caused by extreme changes in their civilization. The changes consisted of new leaders controlling the region, Rome becoming spilt up into two sections, and Christianity gaining all of religious control.

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    Marlee Bunker HIS-111-02 Mr. Shelton October 13, 2014 The Classical Romans There is a lot of background on the Classical Roman Civilization. They had many traditions and values that came from ancient Italians. The culture of the Romans was inclined by classical Greece. Many of the things that Romans did came from the Greeks. They were the type who did not like the idea of new things coming to place because they thought it may be dangerous. They wanted to keep the old traditions and values, as

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    the Greek and Roman empires. These empires began as small city-states, and grew to become the powerful empires we know today. The Greek and Roman empires were not always enemies, considering the Romans were greatly influenced by the Greek culture. The two civilizations shared many similarities, but had different opinions on government operations. There are three different periods that span the history of the Greek and Roman empires; the Hellenic, Hellenistic, and Roman civilization. I will thoroughly

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    The Roman civilization relied heavily on the Greek civilization. The latter was a background for the creation of the Roman culture, arts, and the main social institutions. Romans imitated many of the beliefs and lifestyle associated with Ancient Greece, especially its Golden Age. It touches on the arts, architecture, culture, clothing, religion and mythology, and the government. It is no surprise that due to the Greek civilization, Romans did manage to leave many masterpieces of art and innovations

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    . The Greek and Roman Civilizations were quite similar in their Art, their Women’s Rights, and their Geographic location. The Greek believed their painted, sculpted and carved depictions of the people should be absolutely perfect. Especially the men. They found that the physical form was most pleasing to the eye and wanted to accentuate that beauty and deliver it through art. They sought out to present infinite elegance. Flawless statues and paintings showed men and women in their most

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    The Ancient Roman Civilization was one of the most advanced and successful societies of their time. But what led to their victory? Between the years 509 BCE and 120 CE the Romans developed their dominance of the ancient world. Their location was key to their reign as it allowed trading throughout the Mediterranean sea. Their ability to create infrastructure was a tactic they used to further define themselves as a global superpower. They were able to create a complex road system that allowed them

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    The Roman Civilization is one of the most influential civilizations in human history. Many things, from militaristic strategies to the way we clean ourselves stem from the Roman Civilization. While this period in time held a lot of the advances for humankind, I believe that most came under one empire. I believe that ancient Rome was the most influential civilization in the Classical Era of World history. The Roman Conquest came about around 753 B.C.E. Rome started as a kingdom, but about 240 years

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    The Ancient Roman civilization was a remarkable society noted in history, it was led by countless great leaders that sustained the great civilization for ages. The Romans encountered many wars and battles, they didn’t win all of their battles; however, they’ve learned through their failures to improve upon the progress of their society. In 264 BC to 146 BC the Romans were involved in a prolonged war with the Carthaginians, known as the Punic War. (Chris Scarre, 24-25) The word Punic comes from the

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    Throughout history, civilizations have risen to and fallen from power. The accomplishments of these peoples are not only important because of their places in history, but also because of the impact that they had on the world. Some of these groups of people were only able to create small, but still important settlements. Others were able to establish large empires that controlled vast areas and directly changed the lives of many who were under their rule. The Roman civilization was one of these massive

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