Presentation on theme: "By: Colin Weinert and Paul O’Mara. KEY EVENTS Roman leaders signed a treaty with Latin neighbors POSITIVE EFFECTS Rome congered the Etruscans and."— Presentation transcript:
By: Colin Weinert and Paul O’Mara
KEY EVENTS Roman leaders signed a treaty with Latin neighbors POSITIVE EFFECTS Rome congered the Etruscans and neighboring tribes NEGITIVE EFFECT City was in ruins and Roman’s wanted to leave
KEY EVENTS Carthaginian general surprised the Romans by marching his army from Spain to Rome POSITIVE EFFECTS Romans had a decisive victory at sea in 241 B.C.E NEGATIVE EFFECTS Countless soilders died in long wars
KEY EFFECTS Julius Ceaser was stabbed 23 times and bled to death POSITIVE EFFECT Roman conquest had brought great wealth NEGITIVE EFFECT The killers killed Ceaser then his brother became emporer and he was much worse
KEY EVENTS Ceasers grand nephew takes over. His name was Octivian POSITIVE EFFECTS Augustes gave Rome their first police force NEGITIVE EFFECT Ceasers murder brought many civil wars into Rome.
Ancient Rome and Augestis Ceaser
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