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The Consequences of Roman Expansion

Monarchy, Republic, Empire

Anahita Daneshjoo

on 20 September 2010

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Transcript of The Consequences of Roman Expansion

Rome - about an Empire and its influence Contents The Roman Empire Politics Consequences Roman Slavery Pros and cons
of Expansion sources: Roman Empire at its greatest extent

What was the result of the great expansion?

What differences were caused regarding politics?

Who had advantages and who disadvantages through the Expansion

Roman Slavery

Pros and Cons of the Expansion

sources + spread of civilisations across the mediterranean sea + vast empire + sophisticated foreign policy + high developed trade + wealth, culture and knowledge - destruction of local society Results of the expansion - massive gap between rich and poor - no stability - disorder and adversity - insufficient domestic policies Advantages for:
Disadvantages for:
the defeated
christians http://www.lerntippsammlung.de/Folgen-der-r-oe-m-.--Expansionskriege.html http://www.moyak.com/papers/roman-slavery-war.html http://www.uni-protokolle.de/foren/viewt/214870,0.html The politcs focused more on foreign affairs to expand

the noble and knights got more and more wealthy

the farming community collapsed

the proletariat came into existence ancient Rome Rome today http://www.let.leidenuniv.nl/history/migration/chapter122.html http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rome#Earliest_history http://blogs.dalton.org/rome/2008/05/22/map-of-the-roman-empire/ http://www.wsu.edu:8080/~dee/ROME/LAND.HTM infrastructure, transportation and communication were made easier
massive migration
mixture of cultures
wealth for high standing persons
poverty for the socially disadvantaged "I came, I saw, I conquered." - Julius Caesar Thank you for your attention! slaves were taken based upon need or want no ethnic or territorial preference majority was captured as the result of Roman wars according to the number of slaves a family was regarded as rich
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