What would the Romans wife do if the Roman official died?
If a Roman official died, the first thing his wife would do would be to bury him. She would then collect her portion of his will (if any) and go on with her life. The wife of a Roman official had no particular duties or obligations. However if her diseased husband were the priest of Jupiter, the Flamen Dialis, it was a different situation. As the wife of the flamen she had the title flaminica and had certain obligations as well as her husband. If he died, she had to resign her position. These positions of flamen and flamina were prestigious but were very demanding as far as personal conduct went.
At least 1000 roman men died in killing but idk about the Celts
in his will he said when he dies hell give half to the Romans and half 2 his family but when he died his will was ignored and the Romans wanted all the land
When the Romans took over after Cleopatra's death, Egypt became a province in the Roman empire, ruled by Roman law. This made very little difference to the average Egyptian, as his religion was tolerated, and his lifestyle would remain unchanged.
they hated it and would do everything to stop it At the dawn of Christianity after Jesus died, the Romans hated the Christians. They wanted all of the Christian to suffer and die for voicing their faith that was believed by the Romans to be false.
Yes, Cecilia was a martyr. First the Romans tried to suffocate her in a sauna. That did not work so they tried three times to behead her. They were unable to do so but she died three days later of her wounds. Yes, St. Cecilia was a martyr. She died after a botched beheading by a Roman official.
The Romans actually had two emperors in 79AD. Vespasian, who died and Titus who succeeded him. The Romans actually had two emperors in 79AD. Vespasian, who died and Titus who succeeded him. The Romans actually had two emperors in 79AD. Vespasian, who died and Titus who succeeded him. The Romans actually had two emperors in 79AD. Vespasian, who died and Titus who succeeded him. The Romans actually had two emperors in 79AD. Vespasian, who died… Read More
Queen Boudicca did not conduct an invasion. She revolted against Roman rule of her people. Some have estimated that 70,000 to 80,000 people died in the Roman towns that her forces destroyed, but these estimates are open to suspicion. In her final battle, 400 Roman soldiers died.
Many things happened to Marc Antony in his lifetime, but if you mean how he died, he committed suicide by "falling on his sword" as the Romans would say.
Romans were also affected by Black Death. 30-60% of their population died.
how many romans died at war?
Boudicca's husband, Prasutagus. ruler of the Iceni, did not give in to the Romans. He died. He was an ally of Rome and borrowed heavily from Roman lenders to finance his lavish lifestyle. When he died the creditors decided to call for their loans and Boudicca and the Iceni were liable for the debts.
Boudica did not do anything when the Romans invaded southern England in . She was married to Prasutagus, the king the Iceni tribe. He ruled nominally independently as an ally of the Romans. According to one account when he died the Roman annexed his lands, flogged Boudica and raped his two daughters. According to Cassius Dio, Prasutagus had borrowed a lot of money from Roman lenders to finance a lavish lifestyle. When he died the… Read More
The greatest ancient Roman battle was also one of the three greatest defeats of the Romans in their history. Hannibal, the Carthaginian commander, routed the armies of the Romans and their Italian allies. The Roman forces were said to have numbered 84,000 (40,000 Roman infantry and 40,000 allied infantry; 2,400 Roman cavalry and 4,000 allied cavalry). The Carthaginians had 56,000 men. Estimates of the number of Romans and allies who died given by ancient historians… Read More
About 500,000 people died because of the romans
Romans had a very hard life that is if you were poor you had very little to eat and usually died of deases. If you were rich you had a very good life you had plenty to eat and had enough money to pay for a doctor if you got ill. Roman soldiers were kind of in between their life could be quite hard sometimes but they got payed plenty and had enough to eat… Read More
The Romans only worshiped emperors if they were deified, that is , made a god after they died. The Romans never worshiped a living man as a god. The Romans only worshiped emperors if they were deified, that is , made a god after they died. The Romans never worshiped a living man as a god. The Romans only worshiped emperors if they were deified, that is , made a god after they died. The… Read More
Romans Ingeborg died in 1725.
Pierre Romans died in 1991.
Bernard Romans died in 1784.
George Romans died in 1946.
One Roman soldier's daughter died while Jesus was still on earth and she was one of the people whom Jesus raised from the dead. Some Romans became Christians, though some Romans persecuted them, including at least one of the ceasars who killed them in the colloseum.
Roman religion died out nearly 2,000 years ago and we do not use it today. What we have inherited form the Romans are Catholic and Orthodox Christianity. Christianity spread around the Roman Empire and developed into the Catholic and Orthodox creeds in the Roman days. The former was the religion of the western part of the Roman Empire and the latter was the religion of the eastern part of the Roman Empire.
nilda puchi roman died in a accident. nilda puchi roman died in a accident.
There are two different accounts of the background of Boudicca's rebellion. According to the ancient historian Tacitus, when her husband Prasutagus, the ruler of the Iceni, died, the Romans seized his territory, flogged her and raped her daughters. According to another ancient historian, Cassius Dio, Roman lenders called in their debts. This would have had been a very serious matter because Prasutagus had been borrowing heavily from Roman financiers to finance his lavish lifestyle and… Read More
Humbert of Romans died on 1277-07-14.
No. This religon died out thousands of years ago. The Romans got their idea of mythology from the Greeks, so they gave up on it before them.
The Romans did not participate in Olympic games at all. The Olympic games were developed by the earlier Greek civilisation and died out before the Roman empire developed. The Olympic games were "revived" much later in the time of the British Empire (by the English).
The two worse military defeats of the Romans were the Battle of Cannae (216 BC) and the Battle of Adrianople (378 AD). More Romans and their allies died in the former, but the latter seriously weakened the Roman army of the Late Empire.
Henri Romans-Petit died in 1980.
Even though the Romans were outnumbered by Boudicca's army (of about 145,000), the British rebels were in complete disarray. The Roman army (of around 10,000) was in strong formation and the Romans were amazing fighters. The revolt failed because the Romans were just too powerful and strong for Boudicca's army. The Romans also positioned themselves on a hill, and so they had the advantage of positioning themselves up high. In a way, the revolt succeeded… Read More
Roman Roads is a simple memorization trick to verses in the book of Romans that point the way to salvation. 1. All people are sinners - Romans 3:10-12 and also verse 23 2. Consequence of sin is death - Romans 6:23 3. Jesus paid our punishment when he died on the cross - Romans 5:8 4. We can receive eternal life freely by believing in the work of Jesus Christ, believing He took our punishment… Read More
The gladiator named Spartacus led a slave rebellion that disrupted the normal life of the Roman Republic throughout what we now call Italy. The Romans were at first defeated by Spartacus because the Romans treated the rebels far too lightly. In the end the Senate appointed Crassus to lead Roman legions against Spartacus. He died in the fighting and many of his troops were crucified on the Appian Way which led to Spartacus' gladiator training… Read More
Primarily the kingdoms that emerged after Alexander died, would have been Macedonia, Syria, Pergamum, and Egypt. All who were eventually conquered by the Romans.
They were scared and confused, as they were suddenly with out their Lord Jesus. And afraid that the Romans would crucify them as well.
The Roman empire was never divided into two haves. The emperor Diocletian divided the empire into FOUR parts. This was called the tetrarchy. It was done to make the empire easier to govern, as it had grown so large that communications, troop and tax movement took too long to get results.
The Roman empire died in 1453 when it was conquered by the Ottoman empire.
yes becase the Romans used lead pipes for water and when water reacts with lead it can be poisons so people did not know they drank it and died
The pagan religion of the Romans has had no influence on western civilisation. It died out. The Romans have shaped the religious makeup of western civilisation by giving Christianity to it. Christianity developed from a religion among a small group of Jews (who lived in Judea, which was part of the Roman Empire) into a mass religion in the Roman days. It spread around the Roman Empire. It became the religion of the masses and… Read More
The Romans spread two different religions: pagan religion and Catholicism. In the early days of the Roman empire, they spread pagan Roman religion that is usually referred today as Roman Mythology. In 312 AD, Emperor Constantine converted to Catholicism, and made it the state religion in 313. After that point Catholicism was spread by the sword across the Roman Empire. This practice continued until the fall of the Roman Empire, and was picked up by… Read More
Because Boudicca and the Romans had a difference of opinion. Her husband was a client king of Rome and living under Roman law. When he died he willed half of his kingdom to Nero, the Caesar at the time, and the other half to his wife. However because of Roman law a woman could not inherit,(except for a small restricted amount) from any husband or male relative. When Boudicca went to try and claim her… Read More
The Ancient Egyptians didn't 'die out'; their political system, as well as their faith and many aspects of their culture, ended because of the influences of the Roman and Byzantine empires. The Egyptian era ended when Romans conquered and the Egyptian dynasty died out. The Egyptians were assimilated into the Roman culture.
When Prasutagus, the ruler of the Iceni tribe, died he left his kingdom jointly to his daughters and the Roman emperor. His will was ignored by the Romans who annexed the kingdom and, as the story goes, his wife Queen Boudicca was flogged and her daughters raped. This caused a revolt against Roman rule and Boudicca led her people and neighboring tribes against all Roman authority.
There are so many false traditions about how Paul died, but we do not really know how or where Paul died. Certainly it seems likely that he was taken as a prisoner to Rome, so it is possible that he died there. If there was a trial in Rome, we do not really know whether he was acquited, executed or otherwise punished. Paul might have died peacefully of old age, or he might have been… Read More
The Ancient Romans believed that when one died, one was sent to Mercury, the messenger God, where their soul crossed the river Styx, which flowed nine times around the underworld. A coin was placed in the mouth of the ferryman/ Charon for the passage across. The soul would then be judged by Aeneas and Rhadymanthas.
manyn people died within the roman army
The Roman god Pluto never died- he is an immortal god.
Arthur Romans died on May 14, 1999, in St. Louis, Missouri, USA.
Cartage was a city, not a he.
No, the Olympic games were developed by the earlier Greek civilisation and had died out before the Roman empire developed. The Olympic games were "revived" much later in the time of the British Empire (by the English). Save
"...while we were still sinners, Christ died for us" (Romans 5: 8). Among others.