Roman soldiers usually lined up for battle in a tight formation.
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The Roman legions originally used the phalanx formation. This was replaced by the manipular formation during the Samnite Wars against the Samnites of southern Italy. The Roman adopted the manipular formation of the Samnites because it was more flexible. The maniples were then replaced by the cohort formation. This remained more flexible than the phalanx.
Roman the Great was born in 1160.
In the pig's head formation the infantry was placed into a wedge-shaped formation and used to push into the enemy with a wall of shields.
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The Byzantine Empire.
Roman the Great died on 1205-10-14.
It is a formation that was used in roman wars by Romans. It was by giving some solders forming a line in front to warn for enemies.
The fall of the Roman Empire.
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The eastern Roman Empire.
Gold trade did not help the Roman Empire to develop.
The Romans had sculpture, frescoes (murals) and mosaics. These art forms were adaptation form Greek art and many of the artists were Greeks. The great Roman innovations were in architecture. There was also pottery, silverware and jewellery.
The Roman Emperor Constantine I the Great divided the Roman Empire to the west Roman Empire and the east Roman Empire and moved his capital city from Rome to the ancient Greek city of Byzantium which was renamed as New Rome. After Constantine's death his successors renamed the city as Constantinople, a name that survived its conquest by the Ottomans, until 1923 AD.
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One possibility would be the formation of the Holy Roman Empire (which was unfortunately neither Holy, Roman, nor an Empire).
The roman numeral of Alexander the Great is Alexander III [356-323 BCE]
The Mediterranean Sea did not develop the Roman civilisation. Seas do not develop civilisations. It was the other way round. The Roman civilisation was one of the civiliastions which developed in the Mediterranean (because Rome was and still is in the Mediterranean). Other Mediterranean civilisations were the Egyptians, the Phoenicians and the Greeks.
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Constantine the Great ruled the Roman Empire during the first phase of Christianity. This occurred in the Roman Empire from 306 to 337. Constantine the Great is responsible for bringing Christianity to the Roman Empire.
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