• Essay 1
    the Roman Empire. These similarities are also a huge part of why these two empires were so dominant. The Roman Empire and the Han Dynasty are different in many ways in term of their technological achievements. The Roman Empire and the Han Dynasty also had different attitudes toward technology. The...
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  • roman contributions
    , long lasting achievements and Rome’s influence. Now that were done explaining let’s get to the points. First of all, the Roman Empire suffered many problems during it last years. The senate was part of the empires corruptions by the senate being corrupted .Then on top of that the Romans depended...
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  • The Glory of Rome
    roads to gets places and also some Roman roads are still in use they are just repaved. The most important achievement of all is the…Latin Language. Latin was the main language of the Roman Empire and you can see the influence of it in many modern languages like Italian, Spanish, and French. Even...
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  • Roman Achievements and Contributions
    Roman Achievements Jigsaw Background: The period of great cultural achievements for the Roman Empire is referred to as the Pax Romana, or “Peace of Rome.” Beginning after the Republican Wars in 27 B.C., and lasting to about 180 A.D., this era was marked by general tranquility and unity across the...
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  • Byzantine Empire
    Byzantine Empire had a long lasting effect on Russia and many other future western civilizations. The capitol, architecture, and Justinian Codes, were only a few of the achievement of the Byzantines. The Byzantines showed that they wouldn’t have to fall with the western Roman empire. ...
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  • ompare roman and han dynasty
    Han and Roman Empire Technological Achievements In 27 BCE the Roman Empire was flourishing along the Mediterranean. From 202 BCE to 220 CE the Han Dynasty was established spreading over China. Both civilizations brought advanced technological achievement. Although, both differed in the type of...
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  • Thematic Essay for Global History
    prosper. Similar to the Han Dynasty of China, the Romans also created a way to stabilize and strengthen its government. The Roman Empire arose in 509 B.C. Rome’s greatest achievement is its system of law. The Romans created the laws of twelve tables. Some of the ideas that these laws...
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  • Augustus Research Paper
    Ty Gellinger 11/29/11 Achievements Augustus The power of Rome for many centuries was held by the senate, which is a group of men of the wealthiest families in Rome. They made all the political and military decisions for Rome. Under the Senate the romans conquered many lands such as the...
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  • The Roman Empire: Its Ups Before Its Down
    the streets of the empire unsafe. Also, some emperors wasted money on unimportant things. There was also a growth of Roman passion for cruelty. These are three things out of many things that helped the Roman Empire fall. The Roman Empire may have suffered, but it also created many amazing...
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  • The Roman Legacy
    legacy onto the blueprints of surrounding civilizations but also on all many civilizations yet to come. Many of the Roman contributions to music, art, and literature originated from the Greeks. As the Romans expanded their empire however, they became masterful at ingesting the best of the cultures they...
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  • Reasons for Decay of Roman Empire
    . Military reasons because armies found a way to gain and hold power. The Roman Empire has many lasting achievements. One of them was by making travel faster by adding roads, bridges, and highways. Another achievement was creating aqueducts so the need for water would be satisfied. A third...
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  • Romans and the hans
    The Han and Roman Empire were successful empires and had great achievements. The Romans made achievements with their engineering and buildings. The Han Empire was also successful in their belief systems. Although both empires had great successful events, there was a collapse as well. Both empires...
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  • The Golden Age
    enlightenments are at their highest point throughout learning, advances in thought, technology, art, literature, science and research. The Roman Empire and India have both been acknowledged for having a successful Golden Age and cultural and intellectual life. Rome and Gupta Dynasty in India created and...
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  • Rome
    in 700 B.C. to 476 A.D. Romans were the ones that invented the republic. Rome had many achievements that we still use today. Why did Rome dwindle? The main reasons for the decline of Rome were sicknesses and destructions, unstable government (bad government) and weak military forces and the foreign...
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  • swag
     Human history would not have progressed without the many contributions of ancient empires. The Guptas, the Mauryans, Romans, Incans, Songs, Dongs, and the Greeks all molded civilization as we know it. Two of the largest empires in India from 321 B.C.E to 550 A.D were the Guptas and the...
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  • Roman Technology and Engineering
    advanced empire of its time. This became undeniably clear to its citizens when these advancements improved their overall health, safety, and living conditions. These achievements not only allowed for Rome to expand its borders exponentially, but also allowed the empire to support a strong community...
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  • Technological achievements of the Han and Roman Empires
    toward luxury while the Hans did not take their surroundings for granted therefore building what was simply needed. The construction of the Han and Roman Empires consist of new roads, canals, aqueducts and many more. During this time the architectural achievements of these specific empires were...
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  • Toxicology
    top to let in light. It would have really tested their knowledge skills to build it. The Romans also built many weapons. They built many siege engines. One was called the Scorpion. It was very powerful and could shoot up to a distance of 400 meters. They also built many roads and lighthouses...
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  • Byzantine Empire
    Rome to Byzantium, and named it Constantinople after himself. Constantinople soon became the safe spot after the breakup of the Western Roman Empire, and became the richest city in Western Europe. Many historic achievements occurred during the time of the Byzantine Empire but the reign of Justinian...
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  • fall of rome
    influence on the development of theaters in modern society. The Roman Empire was the most modern ancient empire. It made much advancement in the arts and sciences. It had many great poets, philosophers, artists, and engineers. The Romans encouraged learning and supported any who endeavored to make...
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