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The Roman Legacy

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on 21 March 2014

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Transcript of The Roman Legacy

Rome was founded om April 21, 753 BC by Romulus and Remus. Rome is named after Romulus. Rome grew along the Tiber River. The Roman Republic was founded in 509 BC. That is the beginning of Rome.
"Founding of Rome"
Rome is known for many things. Rome invented plumbing for everyone to use. Rome is known for its Empire and many ancient cities. Rome's famous places include The Roman Coliseum,
St. Peter's Basilica, The Trevi Fountain, and their Forum. Rome has done many interesting things in their time that still stand.
"What Rome is Known For"
Rome fought many wars. Rome's first war was fought with the Gauls in 400 BC. Rome then fought three wars with Carthage during the Punic Wars. In the third Punic War Rome took control of Carthage. That is the history of the Roman Wars.
"The Roman Wars"
In early days the Romans believed in gods. Some gods were very important like Jupiter, Neptune, and Pluto. Some other gods like Mars, Venus, Mercury, Minerva, Vulcan, Bacchus, and many others were not as important but still greatly worshiped. Jupiter is king of the Gods and god of the sky. Neptune is god of the sea. Pluto is god of the Underworld. Some Roman monsters are Cerberus and the Gorgon. That is the Roman gods and monsters.
"The Legacy of the Roman Gods"
The Roman Legacy
By Donovan Petrecca
A statue of Jupiter
The Roman Empire
"Bibliography"
Ask.com
Wikipedia.com
History.com
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