Ancient Rome (How did Geography impact the development of Ancient Rome?…
How did Geography impact the development of Ancient Rome?
Human Environment Interaction
Fertile Soils,Alps to the north,Don't have lot's of natural harbors
How did Christianity Spread through Ancient Rome?
In 27 C.E Jesus began preaching for the next three years, Jesus traveled with his disciples. He preached much different than Jewish law. This is the true beginning of Christianity,
In 30 C.E Jesus was betrayed by one of his own and was eventually crucified by the Roman Government.
In 45 C.E Paul also begins preaching and goes on his first missionary trip to spread Christianity around to different places.
What were some of Rome's most important achievements?
1st Mega City
Arches still used in U.S buildings
1st Professional Army
Used steal to make swords
All around the world people used clay tablets and long scrolls as a material to write on.
In Ancient Rome they used a codex and a stack of bound pages.
Aqueducts were first developed in 312 B.C.E, they are bridge like structures that transport water to many fountains, public baths, and sewage systems of Ancient Rome by using gravity.
Using these meant that cities did not have to rest near bodies of water; aqueducts also liberated Roman cities from the alliance of river-water,meaning bodies of water near Rome were much more cleaner than bodies of water in other cities.
Even though Romans perfected it, they did not invent the aqueduct many other civilizations like Ancient Egypt have made primitive canals similar to Roman aqueducts.
What was daily life like in Ancient Rome?
Food and Drink
Another famous ancient Roman food was the Roman Burger which consisted of minced meat, French roll soaked in white wine, freshly ground pepper, salty fish sauce, stonepine kernels, green peppercorns, Caroenum, and baking foil.
Columella Salad was the kind of salad consumed among the rich and its ingredients included fresh mint, fresh coriander, fresh parsley, small leek, fresh thyme, salted fresh cheese, vinegar, pepper, and olive oil.
A wide range of recipes were consumed by the Romans and some of them are consumed today.
Life of a Teenager
17 is the age most teenagers feel they have bid their childhoods goodbye and look forward to adulthood. In ancient Rome most children did not reach this age.
A child who crossed 15 was considered an adult in many ways. By 17 some would be enlisted in the army.
How was was daily life like for the Romans?