Rulers and Dynasties Julian-Claudian Dynasty - 27 BC to AD 68 The julian claudian dynasty lastesd from 27 BC to AD 68. Julius Ceasar commonly known as Julius Caesar, Dictator of Rome during the era of the Republic. He ruled from 49 BC to 44 BC, which was 5 years of ruling.Then Augustud ceasr came into power in 27 BC to AD 14.He was commonly known because he reigned during the life of Jesus Christ, establishing of permanent frontier, building of roads across the Empire. After that Tiberius "The Emperor who trusted Sejanus and lived in Capri" started reighning Rome. He ruled from AD 14–37, he only ruled for twenty-three years.
After leaving Alexandria, Caesar swept his army through Asia Minor where he defeated the rebellious king Pharnaces is such plain fashion that he uttered described it in only a three words, "veni, vedi, vici" or "I came, I saw, I conquered." In October of 47 B.C., Caesar returned to Rome a great leader and war hero to complete his reign. In 44 B.C. he was named to his 5th consulship and in the same year became dictator for life. Unfortunately, this would not be as long of a reign as he anticipated.
It is interesting that Olfelia will be able to exist in a world where time does not matter; because this is something the Captain desires so much. He wants his family name to live on forever, and the only way that he could achieve this goal is by fathering a son; to the Captain, his son is the only way he can defy mortality. In fact he does not even question that his wife might be carrying a girl. When Carmen first came to see the Captain, he felt her belly and confidently believed that it would be a boy. It is clear that he does not even care for his wife’s health; she is just a mediator between him and his son, who he could pass on the inheritance and his name to.
Lastly, the Roman Republic was simply greater than Carthage, and was largely the reason Hannibal lost the Second Punic War. This war demonstrates a story that the populace loves to hear. Carthage was clearly dominant throughout the war, until the final years where Rome emerged victorious. It was such a simple transformation; however, modern historians can still debate for hours about it. Was it Carthage that made a mistake, or did Rome renew itself and fight back against the mighty Carthaginians?
Dr.Jekyll states that he always led a good life with the things he had been given, but as he grew older, he began to wish he could indulge more of his "other" side. He says that he was living two lives, with two personalities, even before he discovered the potion. "If each, I told myself, could but be housed in separate identities, life would be relieved of all that was unbearable;" he says, referring to man's dual personalities. He seems to hope that with this potion, he could rid himself of his evils and let them go their separate ways, leaving him to lead his good, moral life. This means that Hyde was not a new part of him, only an embodiment of the evil already within him.
Alan Ganesh Mr. Beams Period 6 12 November 2012 Caesar:Rebuilding a Declining Empire Julius Caesar took a declining Rome and molded it into an empire that would help the Roman civilization thrive for a great period of time after his death. His entire life was dedicated to this cause and that is why his plan worked out so smoothly. His ability to lead the Roman people was set up by his childhood because of being born into a patrician family and the jobs that he was involved with in his early career. After his early career, Caesar was elected into consul where he would be able to further his political career and make small changes in Roman society. Using his consulship he gained control over small areas of land and eventually led great military
From the time of Otto I, the king of Germany also ruled the Holy Roman Empire. The Holy Roman Empire started in the tenth century when Otto I was crowned Holy Roman Emperor by Pope John XII. It then ended in 1806 when Francis II dissolved it. Most of the Holy Roman Emperors where under twenty five years old when they became emperor. The Emperors and popes where constantly fighting for power at this time.
Doing this Sparta and Athens won the war against the Persians, but ended up losing to Rome. Leonidas impacted our generation today by giving us entertainment, courage, and a basis for a need for a strong military. He lived from about 540 B.C. to August 11, 480 B.C. in the battle of Thermopylae.
“You just hold your head high and keep your fists down.” Pg 76 Atticus is teaching his children to be proud of who they are and turn the other cheek, by not starting fights. I select this quote because it teaches family values. 5. "This time we aren’t fighting the Yankees, we're fighting our friends. But remember this, no matter how bitter things get, they're still our friends and this is our home" Pg 76 This quote shows us that Atticus does not want his problem (defending Tom Robinson) to become a problem for Scout and Jem.
Corey Noble Mrs. Kogok Pre AP English II 20 January 2012 Socialized Medicine Theodore Roosevelt said it best: “Remember: nobody owes you a living. I wish to preach, not the doctrine of ignoble ease, but the doctrine of the strenuous life…the life of toil and effort…to preach that the highest form of success which comes, [comes] to the man who does not shrink from danger, from hardship, or bitter toil,” If an American citizen were asked just a mere fifty years ago about working hard for a living, he would have answered that working hard meant later he would enjoy the fruit of his labor. One of the “fruits of labor” would have been being able to provide his family with healthcare. In recent years, a mentality has developed growingly in the American conscience that the government owes everyone healthcare, and that it is a citizen’s civic and patriotic duty to pay the necessary tax increases to fund socialized medical programs. However, socialized medicine is fraudulent and unconstitutional, and if some forms were implemented, the quality of service would begin to deteriorate.