Which was a combination of Greek and traditional cultures. He did this by building many of his cities with the name Alexandria. Intermarriage within the conquered peoples as well as philosophy, literature, art and history made a huge impact on the eastern world and the Greeks. At the age of thirty- three Alexander the Great was one of the most successful generals in history. He was able to obtain victory with skillful tactics, flexibility, a keen sense of logistics, and superior leadership.
Assess the achievements and impact of Tiberius as princeps Suetonius states that ‘it is my belief that Augustus scale’ weighed Tiberius good qualities against the bad and decided that the good tipped the scale’. This reveals the nature of Tiberius’ succession as one of necessity. Tiberius had huge feats to live up to from Augustus’ rule; however he endeavored to continually improve the Roman Empire. His most significant achievements were based around his military reforms, foreign and civil policies, increasing involvement of the senate and his successful civil administration that had a lasting impact on Rome. Therefore, it can be stated that Tiberius, despite given power with reluctance, continued to build Rome to new a level of greatness.
If Alexander was that great, why would his empire collapsed after his death? Does Alexander the Great deserve to be called ‘The Great’? Alexander was able to be a ruler because he was born in a rich and powerful family. His father was the King of Macedon. When he was 16 years old, his father employed the best mind of the time, Aristotle, to be Alexander’s tutor.
AC0405999 HS150 World Civilization Assignment 2_02 March 1, 2012 Alexander the Great Alexander is one of the most interesting personalities that have existed in human history. Even though he was the son of a king and inherited an empire that included most of the Greek city-states, Alexander's conquests are what made him admired, and studied by generations for years to come. The following paragraphs will briefly explain his life, the conquests he took and the legacy he left at his empire. Through years of studying, so many stories have been told and retold about Alexander the Great and his accomplishments that he has started to seem like a fictional character in the Greek world rather than a real human being. Those who knew him spoke proudly of him saying that he would have been proud to have been known as a Greek hero because that was his goal.
Once Marc Antony saw her leaving, he chased her, leaving his navy alone. His navy was defeated once he left, leaving Octavian and what was left of his Navy to come kill Cleopatra and Marc Antony. They both, however, committed suicide before he could get there. After Octavian won the war, he became the Emperor of Rome. Once Octavian came to power, the Pax Romana began.
Abraham Lincoln, the greatest man in U.S. history, had many great accomplishments for this nation throughout his presidency. The most significant of these accomplishments was the abolishment of slavery. His love for America motivated him to do what he knew to be just. Lincoln had a meaningful, but shortened life, but he still accomplished more things than most other people in their lifetimes. Abraham Lincoln, the greatest man in U.S. history, had a childhood, education, and achievements that are exceptionally commendable.
Describe the methods Julius Caesar used to advance his career up to 60BC. 10 marks Gaius Julius Caesar was born into a patrician, aristocratic family in 100BC and can be considered the most famous and well-known man of ancient Rome. His methods used to advance his career up to 60BC are often thought to be controversial and topics of debate. The hostility among both ancient and modern sources must be examined but also allow for the acknowledgement of Caesar’s accomplishments including his political office, public popularity and role as pontifex. Marian connections, political alliances and marriages all contributed to Caesar’s success up until 60BC.
Alexander the Great- Hero? Proposition-Rebuttal They say that..(refute).. but we’re right because Alexander the Great is a hero. Our reasoning is that he was young and intelligent. Alexander wasn’t quite twenty when he succeeded to the throne is 336B.C. He was tutored by Aristotle; the greatest thinker of all time, and is praised for his great knowledge and wisdom, so, he was well grounded educationally.
Augustus had an exceptional public image; the citizens of Rome had great respect and admiration for him and held him in the highest of esteems. The aims and methods which he employed to gain this public image reveal that he was tactful, however occasionally underhand. His public image was developed through a long, slow process which consisted of some sidestepping and backtracking but above all, constant vigilance . As the restorer of the republic Augustus had a huge task ahead of him, but he took on the responsibility and set out to make others believe that he was the right man for the job. Through restoring the republic and bringing peace to the empire, reorganisation of the army, his building reforms and successful use of propaganda, his
Octavian, soon to be known as Augustus, would become the first Roman Emperor. During his rule, Octavian was able to build his popularity among the senate and Rome's citizens while concealing his role as emperor. Augustus was the greatest Emperor in Rome’s history because he was a patient and popular citizen who worked for the people. After the