Julia Agrippina, more commonly known as Agrippina the Younger, was born into a very influential and robust bloodline. Agrippina the Younger’s background is labelled by ancient and modern sources as “exceptionally illustrious” (Tacitus) and was widely considered impeccable with her dynastic connections to both the Julian and Claudian lines, which converged at Augustus. Agrippina’s birth to Agrippina the Elder, and Germanicus; both notably well-connected parents, and other distinguished individuals led to the development of great status within Rome for Agrippina by reputation of her lineage. By birth, Agrippina was a namely Julian descent. In spite of this, the marriage of her great-grandmother Livia to Augustus established the beginning of the Julio-Claudian line; Rome’s two greatest families.
Napoleon had a phenomenal memory which helped him become a successful general. He helped recapture the city of Toulon which led to him becoming the youngest general in the army. Napoleon was a soldier with revolutionary ideas. By being part of overthrowing the directory, the rise of his military achievements began. Napoleon went on by being a successful leader because; he crowned himself emperor which was a big accomplishment for him.
The Romans were once the most influential people in the world. Although they changed the way people viewed architecture and education, their government, culture, and trade system changed, yet somewhat stayed the same. From 500 BCE to 476 CE, these three topics were areas of advancement and achievement in the Roman Empire. Before 500 BCE, the Roman Empire was just that; an empire. However, when the Roman citizens got tired of dictatorship, the government drastically changed.
Idolized, Nefertiti was especially known for her great beauty and was declared many things which include "The Heiress, Great in the Palace, Fair of Face, Adorned with the Double Plumes, Mistress of Happiness, Endowed with Favors, at hearing whose voice the King rejoices, the Chief Wife of the King, his beloved, the Lady of the Two Lands, Neferneferuaten-Nefertiti, May she live for Ever and Always" She was a very important figure in her husband’s reign because of the fact that Akhenaten valued femininity as a very important part in his kingdom. Although he treated his other wives well, it was Nefertiti’s figure that was etched into to his granite sarcophagus and was later made to be the protection to his mummy. In a time and place when women were not equal in status to men, Nefertiti was not only admired and remembered, she was equal in authority to her husband, later becoming his co-regent in the kingdom. This is infered because in many of the statues of Akhenaten, she was included or sitting next to him. Not only this, but there are
Mazzini was a prolific publicist continually publishing letters and articles and was feted by many European liberals. Mazzini’s ideas encouraged several attempted invasions in the years 1833-48 and in 1849 Mazzini was able to take advantage of the Pope’s flight from Rome to declare a Roman Republic. This shows that Mazzini had a profound effect in accelerating the growth of autocracy and the nature of foreign intervention by exercising his opportunism in favourable conditions. He did so to cater to his own desires for a unified Italy and to fulfil the aims of Young Italy. Mazzini had
 Many of these roads are still in existence today. Although these achievements were outstanding, the greatest legacy of the Roman Empire was that of Roman law. The first form of democracy came into existence when the Roman citizens took part in lawmaking by way of voting.  Laws resolved conflicts, which in turn contributed to the empire's growth and prosperity,
the Illyrian throne was occupied by Teuta, the celebrated Queen whom historians have called Catherine the Great of Illyria. The depredations of her thriving navy on the rising commercial development of the Republic forced the Roman Senate to declare war against the Queen. A huge army and navy under the command of of Santumalus and Alvinus attacked Central Albania, and, after two years of protracted warfare, Teuta was induced for peace (227 B.C.). Authors of antiquity relate that the Illyrians were a sociable and hospitable people, renowned for their daring and bravery at war. Illyrian women were fairly equal in status to the men, even to the point of becoming heads of tribal federations.
What Role did the Settlements of 27BC and 23BC play in the Establishment of Augustus’ Principate? The settlements of 27BC and 23BC played a crucial role in the establishment of Augustus’ Principate as they secured Augustus’ power and ensured his continuing influence over the people. Augustus used various political strategies to gain control in Rome, and the support of the people; for example, the renunciation of his powers. These strategies, used appropriately resulted in Augustus’ gaining supreme power in diverse areas such as military and in the provinces ultimately founding his ongoing Principate. Having created the Triumvirate and successfully bringing peace to Rome after the civil war, Augustus had already had a significant impact upon the city, especially considering the expected maturity typical of Rome’s leaders (Shotter).
The Roman Empire grew strong because it had a very good army to first conquer and then control all the other lands. But what made the Roman Army the great fighting force they were? There were many reasons for their success. They were highly organized and disciplined. They had excellent, health, fitness and training.
1. The staging of the Exodos. The theme of power appears at the same time Medea enters the scène. This entry is extremely important: • Medea appears on a Chariot, dominating Jason by her position. She is therefore Superior to him in height, and this idea is emphasized by the fact that the Chariot is a divine present given to her by her Grandfather the Sun God.