Roman Empire

    Published: September 16, 2019

    Roman history


    Roman Empire

    • 1. Slide1 Roman Empire
    • 2. Slide2 The Roman Empire, which was born in the Roman city of Italy and founded by the king Romulus according to legend, expanded its borders in a short period of time and became the largest empire of the ancient world. Article 1
    • 3. Slide3 The first two centuries of the Roman Empire became an environment of peace and tranquility especially for the territories dominated by the empire. For this reason, this period of the empire is called “Pax Romana” or “Roman Peace”. Article 2
    • 4. Slide4 Article 3 The Roman Empire had reached broad limits so that, considering the current borders Turkey, Egypt, Greece, Italy, Germany, France, Britain, many countries such as Spain and Portugal, with the boundaries of the Roman Empire.
    • 5. Slide5 Article 4 In order to manage these broad borders, the Roman Empire was divided into 275, the Western Roman Empire and the Roman Empire, which became known as the Byzantine Empire.
    • 6. Slide14 Article 5 The Western Roman Empire survived for about 500 years, and in 476 BC it became history during the reign of Emperor Romulus Augustus.
    • 7. Slide6 The Eastern Roman Empire, which included Greek and Anatolian lands, survived for more than a thousand years until Fatih Sultan Mehmet conquered Istanbul in 1453. Article 6
    • 8. Slide7 Although the official language of the Roman Empire was Latin, it remained as a second important language in Greek. Article 7
    • 9. Slide8 Article 8 The Roman Empire made significant advances in the field of law and administration in order to manage its vast territory and at the same time, it was the greatest military force of its era.
    • 10. Slide15 The progress of the novel, especially in the field of law, is important. Likewise, “Roman law is taught as one of the core subjects even in today's law faculties. Article 9
    • 11. Slide9 Article 10 The Romans built roads, cities, aqueducts, bridges and impressive public buildings; They have also made significant progress in engineering, architecture, and urbanism. Some of these remains can be seen even today.
    • 12. Slide10 Article 11 The most important structure from the Empire to the present day is the Coliseum in Rome, the Italian capital. This is a large amphitheater where the Romans watch the famous gladiatorial fights and also host other sporting and artistic events.
    • 13. Slide11 Although the Roman Empire tried to prevent the spread of Christianity in its early periods, it later softened its attitude towards Christianity and adopted Christianity as the official religion in 312 BC during the reign of Constantine. Article 12
    • 14. Slide12 The Roman Empire, which created a great civilization, was destroyed in 476. With the destruction of the empire, the Middle Ages would begin for Europe. Article 13
    • 15. Slide13 Article 14 The collapse of the novel created such a decline in the social and political order of Europe that the era entered by the collapse of the novel was called the dark age. This period, known as the Crane Age or the Middle Ages, would last almost a thousand years.