Ancient Rome is in Europe. It was first formed to defend the city of Rome but it went on to conquer a vast empire. Rome is more than 2,500 years old, and now it is the strongest country in the Europe. At first it was ruled by kings, and the king's name was Tarquin. In 509 B.C.E., however, king Tarquin and the people were driven out of their city of Rome but eventually they got the city of Rome back and it became a Republic.
Fun Facts About Rome
Ancinet Rome was built where modern Rome is today. Before Rome became a powerful city that first came from villagers from a far place.
Around 600 B.C.E the Etruscan civilization in the north conquered Rome but they took their city back.
All the names of the brave people are Emperor, Legaust, Tribune, Centurion, Signifier Legionary, and Auxiliary.
Twice the Roman Army fought for their city back, and twice they got their city back.
The first Romans were farmers and sheppards. These early villagers were drawn to the warm coastal climate and fertile plains of the Italian Peninsula.
Though Rome dates back to possibly 625 B.C. the continuously populated city in the world is widely to be considered Byblos in present-day. One of the highlights of a day at the games one of the games are fighting tigers and chariots race with fast horses.