Write a short paragraph that discusses how the culture of Rome and how it reflected life and values in theRoman Empire.Tune your answer

Write a short paragraph that discusses how the culture of Rome and how it reflected life and values in the Roman Empire.
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  1. Long answer incoming:

    Explanation:

    1. The Punic Wars  were a series of three wars fought between Rome and Carthage from 264 BC to 146 BC.The first war started in 264BC and ended in 241BC.The second war happened from 218 to 201 BC. the most important event was Hannibal's crossing of the Alps(218 BC). the third war(149_146BC)was the last war.Rome defeated Carthage.leaders: 1-Hiero II of Syracuse2-Hannibal3-Scipio Aemilianus

    2. Romans were the first to develop a system of waterways called aqueducts, which supplied cities with water. Staples included corn or grain, oil and wine. Husked wheat was used for porridge and bread. Bread was often eaten with  cheese, honey, fruit, sausage, shellfish, fish, eggs, game, fowl, oysters, pork, dormice, or snails. Sweets included tarts, pastries and cakes. Food was often baked in a circular oven, cooked by cauldrons hanging from chains , or via vessels fixed onto gridirons. Meat was often broiled. Vinegar was frequently used in cooking. The focus of education was often on making students effective speakers. The Roman alphabet was Latin. Parents who could not afford to send their children to school were left to teach their children everything they knew. Romans studied subject such as laws, history, physical training, spinning, weaving, sewing, and cooking. Togas, tunics, stolas, pallas, and shawls were often worn. The cloth, such as linen or wool, distinguished the class of a person.

    3. The Great Revolt began in the year 66 CE, during the twelfth year of the reign of Nero, originating in Roman and Jewish religious tensions. The crisis escalated due to anti-taxation protests and attacks upon Roman citizens by the Jews.

    4. Provides ideal conditions for travel and the exchange of ideas

    5. The Senate of the Republic version of Rome were hungry for power. While they were fighting over status, Augustus Caesar claimed the throne. Once he had done that, he deemed himself dictator for life. The rest is history.

  2. There were many monumental entertainment buildings such as the Coliseum and gymnasiums, taverns, baths, theaters, basilicas and brothels tell much of ancient Roman daily living. People often visited public baths at least once a day.

    Explanation:

  3. Water

    Romans were the first to develop a system of waterways called aqueducts, which supplied cities with water.

    Food

    Staples included corn or grain, oil and wine.

    Husked wheat was used for porridge and bread.

    Bread was often eaten with  cheese, honey, fruit, sausage, shellfish, fish, eggs, game, fowl, oysters, pork, dormice, or snails.

    Sweets included tarts, pastries and cakes.

    Food was often baked in a circular oven, cooked by cauldrons hanging from chains , or via vessels fixed onto gridirons.

    Meat was often broiled.

    Vinegar was frequently used in cooking.

    Education

    The focus of education was often on making students effective speakers.

    The Roman alphabet was Latin.

    Parents who could not afford to send their children to school were left to teach their children everything they knew.

    Romans studied subject such as laws, history, physical training, spinning, weaving, sewing, and cooking.

    Clothing

    Togas, tunics, stolas, pallas, and shawls were often worn.

    The cloth, such as linen or wool, distinguished the class of a person.

    Writing

    Roman writers were the first to write satires.

    Romans refined performing arts through theater.

    Music

    Roman musicians were the first to formulate the idea of scales, melody and harmony.

    Entertainment

    Activities like chariot races, musical and theatrical performances, mock sea battles, wild beast hunts, gladiatorial combat and public executions are held at the theaters and coliseums.

    There were many monumental entertainment buildings such as the Coliseum and gymnasiums, taverns, baths, theaters, basilicas and brothels tell much of ancient Roman daily living.

    People often visited public baths at least once a day.

    Government

    There were many violent political struggles.

    Rome started as a Republic but over time became an imperial government with a professional military.

    Military

    The military might wielded by the Roman Empire was legendary.

    Swords, shields, and spears were commonly used weapons required for combat.

    Furniture

    Ornate couches were made of wood with a mattress, pillows, and coverlets and designed with interwoven straps across the top, one or two arms, and a solid back.

    Wooden and iron-bound chests were common in every home.Padding was stuffed with straw, wool and feathers.

    Many types of tables and seats were used for various purposes.

    Decorations

    Frescoes, paintings, sculptures, figurines, marble and mosaic designs, fine textiles, porcelains, glassware, and many other decorations were used during the Roman empire.

    Water clocks were used to mark the night and day hours and could be kept indoors.

    Ornate lamps which used olive oil or melted fat with twisted threads as wicks.

    Jewelry

    In order to curb the amount of jewelry worn, and to pressure people into conforming the accepted style, regulations and taxes were put on jewelry.

    Jewelry was often adorned with many colored stones such as rubies, sapphires, topaz, pearls, and emeralds.

    Construction

    The construction techniques in ancient Rome were far more advanced than those of their counterparts at the time.

    An early form of concrete twas used for buildings and statues.

    Shipping

    Not only did the Romans have great ships but larger storage pottery vessels were used for shipping goods.

    Goods were exported to other countries or areas within the Roman Empire.

    Money

    Coins during this time were made with metal such as gold, silver, and bronze.

    Coins would be minted with the face of the current emperor.

    Tools

    Lathing rods were turned by gears and ropes, powered by a treadle press or, a water mill.

    Iron, bronze, and steel were metals often used.Wire was used for a lot of things.

    The scythe used in farming was one of the first major consumer items produced in cast metal.

    Hammerheads and blades were also used.

    Navigational devices and sailing counterweights used to raise or lower sails were used by sailors.

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    KrzysztofMendel who had this answer for the same question

    Explanation:

  4. An example of how the culture of Rome reflected the values of the Roman Empire was the presence of statues and art throughout Rome. Fine art was valued and placed where all could enjoy it. 

  5. All three  punic war was where Rome defeated Carthage
    the leaders were Hamilicar Barca the 1st leader.
    the second was Hannibal .

  6. Life in the Roman Empire revolved around the city of Rome, and its famed seven hills. The city also had several theaters. gymnasiums, and many taverns, baths and brothels. Throughout the territory under Rome's control, residential architecture ranged from very modest houses to country villas, and in the capital city of Rome, to the residences on the elegant Palatine Hill, from which the word "palace" is derived. The vast majority of the population lived in the city center, packed into an apartment block!

    Explanation:

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  8. The culture of ancient Rome existed throughout the almost 1200-year history of the civilization of Ancient Rome. The term refers to the culture of the Roman Republic, later the Roman Empire, which at its peak covered an area from Lowland Scotland and Morocco to the Euphrates.

    Life in ancient Rome revolved around the city of Rome, its famed seven hills, and its monumental architecture such as the Colosseum, Trajan's Forum, and the Pantheon. The city also had several theaters, gymnasia, and many taverns, baths, and brothels. Throughout the territory under ancient Rome's control, residential architecture ranged from very modest houses to country villas, and in the capital city of Rome, there were imperial residences on the elegant Palatine Hill, from which the word palace is derived. The vast majority of the population lived in the city center, packed into insulae (apartment blocks).

  9. Water

    Romans were the first to develop a system of waterways called aqueducts, which supplied cities with water.

    Food

    Staples included corn or grain, oil and wine.

    Husked wheat was used for porridge and bread.

    Bread was often eaten with  cheese, honey, fruit, sausage, shellfish, fish, eggs, game, fowl, oysters, pork, dormice, or snails.

    Sweets included tarts, pastries and cakes.

    Food was often baked in a circular oven, cooked by cauldrons hanging from chains , or via vessels fixed onto gridirons.

    Meat was often broiled.

    Vinegar was frequently used in cooking.

    Hope this helps!

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