Rome History Archive

Not only does the history or speaks highly of Roman Gods, but also brings forward the canon of Roman Goddesses. The Roman Goddesses are no less powerful and popular than their male counterparts. They are indeed an epitome of female strength. The mythological stories of the deities play a significant role in laying out different religious rituals in Rome. Rome is a home to un-matchable spirituality. We have heard more about the Roman Gods in comparison to the female deities. So now is the time for you to add some information about Roman goddesses in your treasure box of knowledge. Their divine nature, their strength as a lioness, and beauty as a flower will surely leave you mesmerized! Here is the list of top 10 Roman Goddesses. 1. [&hellip

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The Roman Pantheon of Gods is considered to be the strongest among all. Romans apparently have God for every imaginable thing. They have Mars-The God of War, Neptune-The God of Sea, Bacchus-The God of Wine, and much more. Like every culture, they also have a rich and vibrant mythological background. If some are the adaptations of Greek Gods, then some are original too. One of them is the two-faced god of doorways and gates, Janus. The deities give Romans a sense of national pride, an understanding of valour and honour, and insight into their very own destiny. Ancient Rome’s traditional religious system finds its place into the Roman historical literature and visual arts. The Legend of Romulus and Remus is the most popular account of [&hellip

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At times it’s most difficult to talk about the world’s most notable miracles, while the ones that flutter under the radar provoke a kind of never-ending discussion. Roman Colosseum is one among the same. We realize what the Roman Colosseum resembles and what once occurred inside. We also know it’s so ancient and enormous and totally amazing. Yet, most of us do not know a lot of things about this magnanimous masterpiece. We’re not here to drift on about subtle elements but to search somewhat more profound. What don’t we think about the Colosseum? The appropriate response, why is the amphitheater regarded as a masterpiece? 10. Colosseum was built by 60,000 Jewish slaves Found on the east of the Roman Forum, the enormous stone amphitheater [&hellip

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After plunging the Roman Republic into civil war in January of 49 BC, Julius Caesar returned to Rome triumphant. It is claimed that his legions killed almost two million people in fifty decisive battles during his campaign against the Republic. On his return, he was hailed a hero by the general public, but the Roman senate was now cast under shadows of worry and fear – a sentiment that was strong enough for them to plot Caesar’s assassination. The assassination of Julius Caesar is arguably one of most significant incidents in ancient Roman history. It led to some historic repercussions and triggered a chain of events that oversaw the transition of contemporary Roman Republic into the Roman Empire. Here is a list of top 10 [&hellip

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When we go a couple of millennia back, ancient Rome ruled over much of Europe, Africa, and western Asia. The formidable might and efficiency of ancient Roman military played a pivotal role in the rapid expansion of contemporary Roman civilization. A part of the Roman military power, the Roman legions formed the largest units in the Roman army. Each legion consisted of around 3000 well-trained men during the early republic days. This number was later expanded to adjust up to 5200 men in each legion during the Imperial era. A typical Roman legion would have 10 cohorts (about 5000 men). This changed around the second half of the first century when the number was kept at nine cohorts of standard size. Each legion was then [&hellip

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