What would you like to do?
One contribution of ancient roman culture was the development of?
The Republican form of government
1 person found this useful
Was this answer useful?
Thanks for the feedback!
they contributed the society of goverment and many people wereallowed to worship what ever god they wanted to worship
the answer is the republican form of government
One significant contribution the Romans made to the development of England was the construction of the roads.
If we are using "contributions and inventions" in a loose sense, here you go: \n. \n-Roads\n-Gutters \n-Roman Alphabet (the most widely used writing system in the world... an…d the one we happen to be using). \n-Concrete\n-Glass blowing \n-Julian Calendar (forerunner to our modern calendar) \n-Days of the Week \n-Street grids \n-Tunnels \n-Aqueducts\n-Dams \n-Domes \n-Indoor plumbing \n-Flush toilets \n-Cast iron \n-Pewter \n-Sodium Soap \n-Hydraulic mining \n-Hydrometers\n-Odometers\n-Newspapers \n-Locks and keys\n-Apartment buildings\n-Postal System\n-Many Western wedding traditions\n-Divorce\n-Tourism \n-Three course meals \n-The Census\n-Heated baths\n-Street lights\n-Magnifying glasses\n-Scissors\n-Various surgical tools \n-Cranes \n-Milestones\n-Stadiums\n-Shopping Malls\n-Candles \n-Many cosmetics \n-Bikinis \n-Umbrellas \n-Flamethrowers (could be Byzantine) \n. \nAnd many, many, more.
They all contribute by being big colonies!
One of the great deelopments that the Romans enjyed was central heating.
the republican form of government
what is the cultral devloment of ancient greece
Though the ancient Romans made many contributions, one important one is concrete. Though the ancient Romans made many contributions, one important one is concrete. Though th…e ancient Romans made many contributions, one important one is concrete. Though the ancient Romans made many contributions, one important one is concrete. Though the ancient Romans made many contributions, one important one is concrete. Though the ancient Romans made many contributions, one important one is concrete. Though the ancient Romans made many contributions, one important one is concrete. Though the ancient Romans made many contributions, one important one is concrete. Though the ancient Romans made many contributions, one important one is concrete.
many contibutions. In fact, the ancient Romans made so many contributions that they are almost impossible to list. But here are some of them: the done and concrete. Can you im…agine a city without concrete? Their roads are famous and along their roads they had the first inns or motels. As the Romans were great travelers, they came up with the first travel agencies. Their legal concepts are the basis for much of our western law. They used central heating, invented the taxi meter, had indoor plumbing, and perfected the art of the mosaic.
\n. \n. One of the greatest contributions ancient Rome made to the world was the establishment of a Republic. Although often flawed, the concept of a balance of power in an …ancient government was rare if any did exist. The Roman republic had elections for important political offices as one example of good government. \n. The Republic was complete with its written laws that so often were lacking in other ancient kingdoms or governments.
Roman culture was influenced to some extent by the Etruscans in the early days. There was a deep influence by the Greek At first, in the 7th and 6th centuries, this came mainl…y from the Greek colonies (settlements) in southern Italy, then mainland Greece was also extremely influential.
In Ancient Rome
The great contribution of the Romans in law is the Coprus JurisCivilis (Body of Civil Law) The influence of Romancivil law spread through Europe with the rediscovery of thisc…ollection of books called which was also dubbed the Justinian Codein the 16th century. It was commissioned by the emperor Justinian I(or the Great, reigned 527-565). 529. It was a very comprehensivecollection of extracts from four centuries of Roman law. It put thelaws in a single book (previously they were written on manydifferent scrolls) and scrapped obsolete or unnecessary laws, madechanges when necessary, clarified obscure passages. Its aim was toharmonise conflicting views among jurists which arose fromcenturies of poorly organised development of Roman law and have auniform and coherent body of law. It also included collections ofessays by famous Roman jurists in two student textbooks, one forfirst year law students and one for advanced students. . This work was forgottenuntil it was discovered in a library in Pisa in 1070. It had a bigimpact because many people were impressed with the key principlesof Roman civil law: It also included important essays on law andstudent textbooks which facilitated the study of law. This work wasstudied by law students at universities in Europe and, though this,Roman civil law became the foundation of the civil laws of manymodern countries. The first university inEurope, Bologna University, became important because of its lawfaculty. It had four professors who specialised in the study of theDigest (as it was then known). It attracted law students fromaround Europe. The work at this university laid the foundations ofMedieval Roman law. The use of the Digest spread around WesternEurope and the fledgling profession of lawyers was trained in Romanlaw. The Holy Roman EmperorFrederick I (reigned 1122-1190) was the first European ruler toemploy the new professional class of lawyers to run theadministration of a state. The Digesta provided a framework for aconsistent system of administration. It also made of for the lossof legitimacy of the claim of divine right to rule which had beensuffered by his predecessors with their controversies with thepapacy. The rule of law now became the legitimiser. Napoleon I establishedthe Napoleonic Code in 1804. It was the first modern legal code tobe adopted with a pan-European scope. It strongly influenced thelaw of many of the countries established during and after theNapoleonic Wars and therefore on continental western European civillaw. In was inspired by the Corpus Juris Civilis and used severalof its legal definitions. However, it was not a digest of editedtexts of existing law. It was a rewriting of law which replaced apatchwork of feudal laws and it was more systematic. It streamlinedthe law and made it clearer and more accessible. It formed thebasis of the private 19th century law systems of Italy, theNetherlands, Belgium, Spain, Portugal Poland and parts of what isnow Germany. It has influenced the contemporary civil law systemsof Europe except for the British Isles, Russia and Scandinavia. Ithas been influential in some developing countries, especially inthe Middle East,
He computed the circumference of planet Earth.
In Ancient Rome
The main legacies ofthe Romans are religion, the alphabet, language, the calendar, law,architecture and literature. Christianity developedfrom a religion among a small gro…up of Jews (who lived in Judea,which was part of the Roman Empire) into a mass religion in theRoman days. It spread around the Roman Empire. It became statereligion. Catholic Christianity and Orthodox Christianity developedduring the Later Roman Empire. They were originally called Latin orWestern Christianity and Greek or Eastern Christianityrespectively. The former was the main form of Christianity in thewestern part of the Roman Empire and the latter was the main formof Christianity in the eastern part of the Roman Empire. Western Europeanlanguages have adopted and adapted the Latin alphabet. The onlyletters in the English language which do not come from the Latinalphabet are J, U and W. Italian, French,Spanish, Portuguese, and Romanian are languages derived from Latin(Romance languages). Many Latin words or words of Latin origin haveentered English via two routes. One was that Latin was the languageof the church in the Middle Ages. The other was the Norman conquestof England. French became the court language and many French wordsentered into the English language. These words are usually of Latinorigin. Many internationalwords in medicine, law and theology are Latin. The calendar we use isthe Gregorian calendar. It is named after the minor modificationsmade by the calendar instituted by Julius Caesar (Julian calendar)by Pope Gregory XII in 1582. Therefore, we basically use the Romancalendar. We also use translations of the Roman names for themonths. Roman law becameinfluential through the Corpus Juris Civilis, a collection of bookswhich reviewed imperial laws going back 400 years (to the time ofHadrian) and was commissioned by the emperor Justinian I. Itscrapped obsolete or unnecessary laws, made changes when necessaryand clarified obscure passages. Its aim was to put the laws intobooks (previously they were written on many different scrolls),harmonise conflicting views among jurists which arose fromcenturies of poorly organised development of Roman law and have auniform and coherent body of law. It was rediscovered in a libraryin Pisa in 1070. It became the foundation of the training of thenascent profession of lawyers in Europe in the Middle Ages andRenaissance. It has been used to compile the civil law of manymodern nations. The Romans influencedEuropean architecture, sculpture and painting until the early 20thcentury. They influenced the art of the Renaissance (14th-15thcentury) Baroque (17th-18th century) and Neoclassicism (18th-20thcentury, and is still sometimes used today). Palladian architecturewas also based on Roman architecture. It was popular from the 17thcentury to the 20th century and was often