Julius caesar with his troops attacked the gauls

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and his troops do that was so remarkable at Alesia? Julius Caesar with his troops attacked the Gaul’s coming from the behind which helped the romans to surround the Gaul’s. 4. Who were the two giants astride the Roman Republic who joined forces in the first triumvirate and then later fought each other? Caesar and Pompey 5. What does the quote re: Augustus "I found Rome a city of brick and left it a city of marble" mean, both literally and figuratively? It literally means that Rome was built by bricks and mortar yet figuratively this brought wealth to the city. 6. The Altar of Peace celebrates Augustus' (the first emperor) consolidation of the Empire. An accomplishment of modern man brought this masterpiece to light. Where was it when modern man unearthed it? The southwest corner of the Via in Lucina courtyard, now called the Corso. 7. Hadrian was an emperor from the middle period of the empire. He was also an architect and traveled greatly. He marked the northernmost limit of the empire with his wall. How long was this wall? 73 miles long
8. Constantine was a later emperor known for making Christianity the religion of the empire. What event brought this about? He thought that he would win by putting the Christianity symbol on the shields of his soldiers. 9. What was the extent of the empire? Click on the four countries to the northern, southern, eastern, and western extremes to find out. The four countries include Europe, Africa, west Asia and all the Mediterranean. 10. What is the date of the Fall of the Roman Empire in the west? 476 ce

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