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Transcript of The Romans
Golden Age Conflicts.
How the Conflicts were Resolved
Why the Civilization is the Greatest
A painting of Romulus, one of
the brothers who founded Rome
Map of Roman Aqueducts
Impact on Modern World
Public Drinking Fountains
The Military Was One of the Most Powerful of All Time.
Government System Similar to that of the US today
Very Advanced System of Running Water
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Map of land fought over in the Punic War
The Romans defeating Germanians in battle
What two words are most important?
How about this?
fighting techniques too
By Liam McGrinder, Jason Tang, Patrick Chi, Rithik Kunapuli, and Jeffrey Kemp
Roman Empire at its Peak