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Rome - Research Paper

Rome


Introduction
also known as the ancient city was the capital of the greatest
empire of the ancient world. It was a great and prosperous city that was
filled with at least one million people. Many people believe that the
height of the city of Rome reached its height near the time that emperor
constantius the second had seen it for the first time. When he had seen
all the sights such as the sanctuary of Jupiter capitolinus, the public
baths, the coliseum and the circus maximus and the dome of the pantheon.
And then once he saw the forum built by Trajan he started to complain about
all of the wonderful stories he was told about Rome and those stories were
not giving Rome enough ...

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political career as a
member of the popular party. In 69 Before C. Julius Caesar helped Pompey to
obtain the supreme command for the war in the East. When Julius Caesar
returned to Rome from Spain in 68 Before Christ he created one of his
greatest contributions to history the Julian calendar. In 60 Before Christ
Julius Caesar organized a union that was known as the First triad, made up
of Pompey, commander and chief of the army, Marcus Licinius Crassus the
wealthiest person in Rome, and Julius Caesar himself. In the years 58 to 49
Before Christ Julius Caesar made his reputation in the Gallic wars.
Caesar made explorations into Britain in 55 and 54 Before Christ and
defeated the Britain's. By the end of the Gallic wars Julius Caesar had
reduced all of Gaul to Roman control. The battles of the Gallic wars Julius
Caesar one of the greatest military commanders of all time developed the
personal devotion of the Roman legions to him self. Crassus's death in 53
Before Christ ended ...

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another brother, Ptolemy the thirteenth but during this time she
was the mistress of Julius Caesar, and in Rome she had a son of which she
named Caesarion later named as Ptolemy the fourteenth of which she said
was his own son. On Julius Caesar's return to Rome, he set abou t
reorganized the living conditions of the people by passing Agrarian laws
and also by improving the housing of the Romans . In 44 Before Christ he
became dictator for life. This meant until he died he would own and rule
all of Rome. Julius Caesar's dictatorship powers made great resentment in
his enemies, but when a conspiracy was formed against him, it was made up
of his not his enemies but friends. Julius ...

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Added: 12/23/2008 12:55:21 PM
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