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  • Punic Wars Rome Vs Carthage
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    Discuss the Roman Punic Wars, in terms of their circumstances and overall effect on Rome's economic and social development Also discuss the ensuing "Gracchan turbulence" from the same perspective. The circumstance for the Roman Punic Wars towards Rome was a simple human reaction. If an outsider such as Italy, Carthage, or Greece make threats towards Rome, Rome will simply fight. The Punic Wars lasted in 3 stages, all resulting to the obsessive pride and higher standings of Rome. Rome's initial d...
  • Republic's Politics And Turmoil Lead
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    To this day historians debate the reasons for the decline and fall of the Roman Republic; some arguing that conquests by Roman generals allowed them to overpower Republican institutions. To say that these powerful military leaders and their influence over Rome were solely responsible for the fall of the Republic would be nearsighted at best. The decline of the Republic began in the middle of the second century B.C. with political, economic, and social events. These events in addition to the burd...
  • Useful In Building
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    Tactics are used in a way so that one country can be triumphal over another country or surrounding city-states. Throughout time many different tactics have been used in battles and wars. Each different country needs a different plan of attack. A leader must look at what a country's weaknesses and strengths are and decide from there. The tactics that our group had were very similar to what had happened in the start of the Roman Empire. The building up of alliances is very important in that it hel...
  • One Hundred And Twenty Five Thousand Infantry
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    Constantine I was the first Roman emperor to declare Christianity as the official religion of Rome and its empire. I pioneered the concept of closely intertwining the state and religion. I provided compensation for Christians that had been previously persecuted. I am well known for my great success in battle. I flew the flag of Christ for all to see and never lost a battle under it no matter what the odds. I was born in Na issus, between 274 and 288 A.D. as Flavio us Valerius Constantin us. With...
  • Feeling Of Weakness About Rome
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    Rome began as a small city-state. It's army and way of running government remained the same as the small city grew to a huge empire. Somehow, this small-time system of management lasted for 600 years. It's obvious ill suited ness showed through though, when Rome's once strong rigid links began to jingle. When Rome began to crumble, its army went first. Besides causing civil unrest, with the people knowing their army was less than satisfactory, the loss of the army's comforting presence also caus...
  • Barbarization Of The Roman Army
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    The fourth and fifth centuries saw a profound change in the great Roman army. What was once a predominantly Roman institution became increasingly "barbarized", a term used by historians for the Germanization of Roman culture, with more and more northern peoples being used in the army, which, some modern historians claim had a negative impact on the Empire itself. Many modern historians claim that this was a key factor in the decline and fall of Rome itself. But to understand the impact this had ...

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