the roman roads were important because if there were no roads they wouldn't be able to get around
It had the same purpose our roads do today. To provide a fast route for people and things. Some of the roads still exist today.
The main purpose of the ancient Roman roadway system was for the speedy march of her legions to battles in the various and many wars that Rome fought. A secondary benefit was that the roads provided good passage for transporting products such as grains.
The roman road system was the system of roads that the ancient Romans build. It still is used today.
A Roman highway or main road is called a "via".
The main Roman Road in West Sussex is Stane Street, which runs from Chichester to London. There was also a Roman Road running north from Chichester towards the Roman camp at Silchester (now in Hampshire). The other main Roman Road in West Sussex ran along the southern part of the Weald from Pevensey all the way to Portchester. You can read more about Roman Sussex at the link below.
It brought many people to the Roman Empire, and thus, many cultures were brought into Rome.
The stone-paved roads, which made up 20% of the road network of the Roman Empire had a military purpose. The first such road, the Appian Way was built in 312 BC to speed up the movement of Roman troops to the front of the Second Samnite War near Naples. Besides facilitating the movement of troops, these roads also made the transport of supplies to soldiers at the front or stationed at garrisons easier. They were also used for civilian travel and for trade. Eighty per cent of the Roman network of road consisted in much cheaper graveled or leveled earth roads. The empire needed an extensive road network to facilitate both communication and the thriving and extensive trading networks it developed.
the Roman road is 53,000 miles long
national highway system
where was the roman road located? roman empire
The oldest ancient Roman road is the Via Appia or the Appian Way.The oldest ancient Roman road is the Via Appia or the Appian Way.The oldest ancient Roman road is the Via Appia or the Appian Way.The oldest ancient Roman road is the Via Appia or the Appian Way.The oldest ancient Roman road is the Via Appia or the Appian Way.The oldest ancient Roman road is the Via Appia or the Appian Way.The oldest ancient Roman road is the Via Appia or the Appian Way.The oldest ancient Roman road is the Via Appia or the Appian Way.The oldest ancient Roman road is the Via Appia or the Appian Way.
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To unite the empire. Also so messages could be delivered easily
the roman roads changed history because it was the best road system in ancient history and allowed roman armies to move much quicker to destinations then other armies.
As the Roman Empire declined, its famous road system suffered. Roads gradually broke down because they were not maintained. What was a major effect of this? Communication in the empire became less reliable.
The silk road was a system of interlinking trade routes between China and the west. The main products transported from China were silk garments and spices.
Because one of the most valuable commodities traded along the Silk Road was Chinese silk.
Rapid and efficient troop movement was the military purpose for the Roman roads. A single Roman legion on the move was awsome. Not only were there 5,000 plus marching men, but there was the cavalry, the baggage train, the equipment train, the lines of slaves with the mules carrying the soldiers' tents, the slave dealers and the assorted camp followers. This was only one legion, if two or three were on the move, the congestion multiplied. They needed the roads to be servicable to say the least.
Yes, the compound noun 'main road' is a common noun, a general word for any main road anywhere.
the diffrence is that a major road is totally busy but is m=not a classification name and a main road is meant for it is main so it leads anywhere
Aqueducts, concrete, & highway system (Road - Mile Stone).