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ancientromefacts

Rachelscofield

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paved roads advantage roman roads enabled the citizens to transfer armies trade goods and to keep communication
what was permitted on the roads' traveling ? to walk or pass and to drive cattle and vehicles and or even traffic along what the Romans called viae
viae a way of going through something example:i go to school viae the car; what the ancient Romans call a road
roads are easy to understand true or false false; the ancient roman viae or networks of road were very complex the saying all roads lead to rome used to be true a long time ago
problems in government the roman government was a complex mix of democracy and republic
Romans are not original? true; Romans are the ones who took the artistic muse and democracy from the ancient Greeks
Romans wants the Romans did not want only one man to make laws and order
sewage eleven aqueducts gave the citizens of rome good water quality while other water was being saved for potable supplies
Created by: Rachelscofield