The figure of Hannibal as Rome’s greatest enemy is fairly well known to that learning ancient history. Recognized as one of the greatest leaders of antiquity, the winner of Kann, Trebia or Lake Trasimeno, however, disappears from textbooks with the final defeat of Carthage in the Second Punic War and defeat at Zama in 202 BCE Sometimes it seems as if Hannibal died in this battle because in school notebooks it is often the last event related to a Punic chief.
Articles (Politics and events)
The Roman state existed in practice for XIII centuries, being the power which was impacting the history. Therefore, I decided that I would tell the history of ancient Rome in the articles below, which will not necessarily cover only the Eternal City.
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The beginnings of Rome were one of the most discussed problems of the second half of the 20th century. Recent years and efforts of scientists in the field of archaeology and the interpretation of historical monuments of ancient Rome have brought a lot of new material and prompted a change of perception, especially when it comes to the chronology of the early history of Rome.
After the death of Alexander Severus in 235 CE, the last member of the Syrian dynasty, The Roman Empire experienced an economic and political crisis. It was adopted as the “crisis of the third century” and lasted until the rule of Diocletian in 284 CE. At this time, the Roman Empire, constantly destabilized by its internal struggle for power it had to defend its borders against attacks by neighbouring peoples and states.
During the 4th century CE, the Roman Empire underwent numerous transformations. The end of offensive wars resulted in a shortage of slave supplies in the Empire. The number of vernae (slaves not bought but brought up on the farm) grew.
Many of us have come to the conclusion many times that if you had the right “acquaintances”, certain things would be sorted out right away… or if I had a good back, otherwise everything would turn out… Such “acquaintances” and such ” her back “had dear reader Urgulania – a Roman aristocrat from the reign of the emperors of August and Tiberius.
The trial of Gaius Verres, governor of Sicily for fraud in 70 BCE is the best described and source-presented event showing the degree of corruption of Roman officials and the use of the provinces for their own selfish needs and the desire to get rich.
The Roman state, during its five centuries of existence, conquered the entire Apennine peninsula, and its last victim was the Etruscan city of Volsinii in 264 BCE. The same year, Rome came into conflict with another power in the Mediterranean – Carthage, which caused major changes in the administrative structures of the state – namely the creation of the first province.