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Why is ancient Rome a significant ancient civilization?

This can be seen in the  legacies of the Romans in religion, the alphabet, language, the  calendar, law, architecture and literature.   Christianity developed  from a r (MORE)

What did Ancient Rome and Ancient Greece have in common?

Both the Romans and the Greeks had polytheist religions. The  commonalities between the two were created through the the Romans  being influenced by the Greeks. The Roman el (MORE)

When did ancient Rome fall?

410 AD. This was the start of the Middle Ages in Europe when Rome fell. It's really hard to say exactly when Ancient Rome fell, but the traditional date is 476 AD. It was in A (MORE)

What did they have in ancient Rome?

They had many achievements. Like aqueducts and a new system of  laws. they also set up a system of walkways and roads. They were  one of the past's many over achieved empire (MORE)

What changed the government in ancient rome?

The government of Rome changed twice over the 1,200 years of Roman history. The 244 years of the monarchy ended when the Romans rebelled against the last king who was a tyrant (MORE)

Who is in charge in Ancient Rome?

As a Republic, the highest ranking official in Ancient Rome was the Consul - under normal circumstances, two consuls would be elected each year, who had supreme power over bot (MORE)

What religions were in ancient Rome?

Like all ancient religions, except for Judaism, the religion of  ancient Rome was polytheistic; it had many gods. Early Roman state  religion was Latin religion with the add (MORE)

How are ancient Greece and ancient rome different?

Ancient Greece was made up of many city-states that formed a nation, but Rome was an empire, they conquered most of Europe, while the ancient Greeks remained in their city sta (MORE)

How was ancient Rome influenced by ancient Greece?

The ancient Greeks are well known not only for their cultural achievements but in their sailing and navigational abilities, as well as their (primarily defensive) military str (MORE)