It was easier and quicker to be able to talk to other people or meet up with family. So overall new railroads did really help people socially. The next reason why the developments in transportation brought about social and economic change in the United States was because of all the different types of transportation. One of the new types of transportation throughout this time period were the steamboats invented by Robert Fulton. The steamboats really helped with trading goods with other countries.
The central factor in this transition is the reforms that were brought about by the Etruscan kings, who did more than just establish highly durable public works and build better buildings. Precisely Tarquin and Servius Tullius reformed Rome to make it stronger, as well as, more compact than before. Initially, the Roman people included only those descendants who belonged to the three tribes that originally settled in the Rome hills, commonly referred to as the patricians. This meant that no one else in Rome could enjoy political rights and privileges because they were for the interests of the patricians exclusively. However, the number of Plebeians (non-patrician members in Rome who sought refuge or were war captives) grew with time, and because they could own property, some became wealthy and wanted to be equal to the patricians.
India didn’t have the strength to build up their own civilization, so when the British came, they gave them aid in creating one. According to document 2, some positive affects for India during the imperialism were a British system of government. This was known as a “knife of sugar”. This means that the system was very smooth and had no oppression. The British introduced a parliamentary system of government to the Indians.
By 476 CE, the Roman government was a complete dictatorship. The seats of the Senate were controlled by the Emperor. So, the Senate’s role drastically changed. The Emperors would place their friends and family on the Senate over people who actually had experience. The Senate in Rome was obviously continuity, but the government had its fair share of changes.
The Latin cities wanted independence now, which Rome would not give; it took Rome two years to defeat the Latins and in 338 BC Rome took control of Latium. * The Conquering of all of Italy- In 295 BC, Rome went to war with the Samnites, the people of the remaining Etruscan cities, tribes of Gauls as well as a few rebellious Italian cities. In 280 BC, the war was over and Rome had sufficiently conquered all of Italy. * Considerations- Rome didn't easily conquer all of Italy, but the Romans did succeed in holding onto their conquered territories. The reasons for this perhaps is because Rome didn't destroy the cities it conquered, but rather, it offered them certain
He establishes a multiracial kingdom in which he sets to establish a unity of common Greek culture. Caesar Augustus was also known as a good military commander. Following Caesar’s death, Augustus along with Mark Antony and Lepidus, defeated Caesar’s murderers in 42 BC at Philippi. After this the Mediterranean was divided with Augustus controlling the west, Antony controlling the east, and Lepidus controlling Africa. Later Octavian defeats Lepidus and controls Africa.
The Roman Empire had a very different foundation from the Persian’s monarch grounds. The Republic of Rome began in 509 BCE when the last Etruscan king was overthrown. The Republic was governed by the Senate, a form of oligarchy. The Republic lasted until 49 BCE, when Julius Caesar, a consul of the senate, betrayed Pompey, another consul, marched into Rome and proclaimed himself Emperor. After the third civil war and Caesar’s grandnephew, Augustus Caesar, names himself dictator and emperor for life, the Roman Empire went through Pax Romana, where the empire flourished during a time of
The chivalrous acts displayed by Arthur show the beauty of Arthurian romance and why, whether or not these legends are true, we want them to be. The Romans arrived in Britain in 55 BC. The Roman army has been involved in a war with France against the alliance of Gaul and Britain. Julius Ceasar led his army in the invasion of Great Britain to get back at them for having an alliance with Gaul. Ceasar’s twelve thousand Roman soldiers
This change brought about more benefit for both regions. It allowed both regions to thrive as it relates to the process of trading, and to help their respective region to advance and gain more resources to aid them in military events as well as their everyday lives. Inversely, this extension of areas of trade benefited the new area they were trading with, by aiding them in the advancement and industrialization of their country. So, this change really was beneficial (much like it was for the Silk Road in China), not only for the Mediterranean region and West Africa, but also for the region that they were now trading