Ancient rome

Legend has it that Roman twins Romulus and Remus were separated from their mothers and starved to death by the Tiber. However, the she-wolf found them and took care of them. Years later, the boys were instructed by the Martian god of war to build a city where they were found. They built the city, but declared war on each other. Romulus won, so the city was called Rome.

It is said that life in ancient Rome began in the 8th or 9th century BC. This happened when the Northern Warriors moved to the Italian peninsula and returned to their original shape around the Tiber. For centuries, Rome was considered the most important city in the expanding Roman Empire. Rome is the capital and has all power.

In historical times, Rome was ruled by a king. These kings enjoy an extremely cruel reputation. As a result, the last king, the proud Taquin, was overthrown, and Rome gained republic status over the next four centuries. Rome was then ruled by the Senate. The Romans elected senators for administrative tasks. A distinguishing feature of the Roman Empire was that only Roman referendums were allowed during the election. However, women, the poor and slaves are not considered citizens.

Rome also went through a period ruled by military generals. However, with these generals, decision making becomes a problem. The Romans needed an emperor to concentrate power. This came in the form of Augustus Caesar, who came to power in 27 BC.

When Christianity became popular, Rome became an important seat of the Roman Catholic Church and the home of the Pope. With the advent of the Middle Ages, mankind saw the decline of the Roman Empire. Despite the declining empire, the city regained its reputation as a European political capital until the Renaissance. Even today, Rome is still the capital of Italy with its beautiful architecture and culture, still strong and prominent.