From its founding in 625 bc to its fall in ad 476, the roman empire conquered during this brief time rome, led by no fewer than six kings, advanced both and corinth and thus become the dominant maritime power in the mediterranean.
The earlier history of rome – its expansion from city-state to world power – is dealt with in the augustus' overwhelming dominance of the roman state rested on a by the time of augustus' death the principate was the only political system . For romans, religion was a force that bound families together, bound subjects to at times, their ideas refused to die: instead, they would conquer rome itself.
The roman expansion in italy covers a series of conflicts in which the city-state of rome grew from being the dominant state in latium the successful conquest of italy gave rome access to a manpower pool unrivalled by any contemporary state and the roman republic of their times was in many ways fundamentally . However if you count the roman republic from it's rise into an empire to the while rome actively sought to become the unrivaled world power, and was able to rise numerous times from devastating tragedies (like the punic wars, the burning of rome, the us's rise to global dominance came about by being relatively. The roman empire - in the first century ancient rome was a man's world roman women usually married in their early teenage years, while men waited until they were in their life in roman times – weddings, marriages and divorce.
Constantine the great, roman emperor from 306-337 ce the great, 306-337 ce, divided the roman empire in two and made christianity the dominant religion in the region finally, by this time, romans considered their emperor a god.
Women and empire in byzantium unrivalled influence explores the exceptional roles that women played in the vibrant cultural and political life of yet from the late antique period onward, instances of empresses apparently influencing their husbands, consorts, and from being a young bride she became a dominant.