Ancient Rome (How did Christianity Spread through Ancient Rome? (…
What was daily life like for Ancient Romans?
Many teenagers never make it to adulthood because of disase.
Roman warriors carry a Pila, Gladius, and Scutum that and a backpack that weighs over 20 kilograms.
At 17 yrs of age, guardians try to arrange a marriage to a younger girl.
Roman warriors who survive until
retirement are given many acres of land and wealth to their disposal.
Most teens are to be shipped to the military or to do an other job for the Roman kingdom.
How did Christianity Spread through Ancient Rome?
Constantine was baptized in AD 337
Jesus was also a Jew. Being a son of god and a Jew was very uncommon,
Jesus's philosophy was mostly for the poor,slaves, and women.
Saint Paul converted to Christianity in AD 33-36
Jesus is the son of god, a homeless preacher, reputed savior of the world, and amazing philosopher.
Constantine started to spread Christianity in 306-337 AD
Jesus was born on December 25th, around 6 AD. He died April 7th 33 AD when he was crucified.
Ancient Rome and how it effects us today?
Mainly on archecture/ building built almost all of Rome the greatest acheivmnets had a least something to do with building.
The Romans created the first sewage system where all the dirty water or waste went.
Government and law
The Romans created many rules like the senate that we still use today!
The Roman invented the idea of Civil Law. Which is Focusing on codes of law.
The Roman military
The military/city was the strongest civilization in all of the ancient world.
The Romans spent over 50% income on the Roman military, this makes the Roman empire extremely stronger than other civilization.
How did Geography impact the development of Ancient Rome?
The volcanic ash made the ground and rivers amazing to farm and let animals graze on the grass.
The Roman's didn't have many great resources but they had a lot of fertile land at their disposal.
The volcanic soil makes the Po and Tiber rivers ideal for farming and agriculture.
They mined for gold,tin,marble,and copper but soon this supply ran out.
Two mountain ranges called Alps and the Apennines, helped protect the Romans and helped them hide
What started out as a small village turned out to conquer until their civilization was to the edges of the italian peninsula. To have a civilization this big they had to take over Greece, and Egypt.