Galba was the first of the generals that were fighting for the throne to reach Rome and had himself proclaimed emperor. He was an old man of 75 when he became emperor.He was famous for the mistake that he refused top pay the soldiers the bonus that emperors usually paid them. Otho, a friend Galba had dissapointed, turned his soldiers against Galba and on January 16 69 AD Galba was killed and he only reigned for barely 7 months.The next emperor Marcus Salvius Otho, as soon as he became emperor Otho faced a revolt of his own as the praetorian guard supported him but the Legions in Germany supported a man named Vitellius. As a result ,the German legions marched on Rome to put Vitellius on the throne and to depose Otho.when he heard of this revolt, Otho sent his troops to fight Vitellius. Otho had sent his troops to late and his army suffered a horrible defeat.
Athens, upholding their pride, kept refusing. The Athenians were advised by Pericles, an Athenian general, to use its superior navy to raid enemy lands while avoiding battles with the Spartan infantry. With Pericles leading the Athenians, he predicted the superior resources of Athens would enable them to win the war. Unfortunately, unexpected troubles came their way, forcing Pericles' strategic idea to never be experimented. From 430-426 B.C., an epidemic disease wiped out thousands of Athenians, including Pericles, 429 B.C.
That would be 125(C)=3000. That means that they could make 125 modern rocking chairs and have no lumber left. Now they could also make 100(f)+125(c) and have just enough lumber. By looking at the graph we can see that all they could make and still have enough lumber is any amount within 200 to 250 ranges. Anything outside the range cannot be made using the lumber that the company has on hand.
He served with distinction, winning the Civic Crown for his part in the Siege of Mytilene. On a mission to Bithynia to secure the assistance of King Nicomedes's fleet, he spent so long at his court that rumors of an affair with the king arose, which Caesar would vehemently deny for the rest of his life.  Ironically, the loss of his priesthood had allowed him to pursue a military career, as the high priest of Jupiter was not permitted to touch a horse, sleep three nights outside his own bed or one night outside Rome, or look upon an army.  Hearing of Sulla's death in 78 BC, Caesar felt safe enough to return to Rome. Lacking means since his inheritance was confiscated, he acquired a modest house in Subura, a lower-class neighborhood of Rome.
Study Guide: Test on Greece and Rome Wednesday, December 21, 2011 Multiple Choice Exam Keywords: - Homer, The Odyssey - polis an ancient Greek city-state - acropolis means "high city" in Greek, literally city on the extremity and is usually translated into English as Citad - phalanx A compact or close-knit body of people - Socrates, Plato, Aristotle are philosopher and they disagreed with demo. - “The Republic”- form of government in rome before the empire - Idealism (art)- realism - Pericles- a great leader of Athens that ruled/ directed during the Peloponnesian war, died by plague - Delian League- alliance between greek city-states to fight Persia, Athens leader - Peloponnesian war- war between athens and Sparta - Alexander
Parthenon The Greeks built many temples for gods but one of the most famous temples made by ancient Greeks is the Parthenon. Parthenon is not just one of the most famous temples in Greece but is also one of the most beautiful temples ever built in Greece. The temple is located at the acropolis of Athens in Greece and is now a tourist spot. Parthenon was built for the Greek goddess Athena. Parthenon is a symbol of ancient Greece and of Athenian democracy.
How does this introduction compare to the way Herodotus begins his history of the Persian Wars? 3. What does Pericles' Funeral Oration tell us about Athenian identity at the beginning of the Peloponnesian War? Compare the Athens of the Funeral Oration to the Athens of the Melian Dialogue – how has Athenian identity changed over the course of the war? 4.
Ancient Rome was a thriving civilization that began growing on the Italian Peninsula as early as the 8th century BC. Located along the Mediterranean Sea and centered on the city of Rome, it expanded to become one of the largest empires in the ancient world. In its approximately twelve centuries of existence, Roman civilization shifted from a monarchy to an aristocratic republic to an increasingly autocratic empire. Through conquest and assimilation, it came to dominate Southern Europe, Western Europe, Asia Minor, North Africa and parts of Eastern Europe. Rome was preponderant throughout the Mediterranean region, and was one of the most powerful entities of the ancient world.
After his death the downfall of the empire he was building for 10 years fell. Alexander III deserves the title great because he accomplished things that hardly anyone can do, he did things that were never before seen and never again will be seen. Alexander III was able to take over most of Asia Minor in his 10 years of being king. He took over places by force and if you were standing in his way he will take you down. Taking over most of Asia is a very high accomplishment
In 490 BC invading Persians landed on the beaches of Marathon with over 25,000 light infantry soldiers and 1,000 light cavalry. Outnumbered almost 3 to 1, the 10,000 Greed defenders held off a Persian onslaught for ten days before the Greeks routed the Persians and forced the Persians to retreat back to the