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    • Roman History By: Kevin Leblanc
    • Augustus
      • He was the first roman emperor. He ruled Rome for 44 years until he died in 14CE.
      http://www.ultimatebiblereferencelibrary.com/CaesarsoftheBible.html
    • Roman Army
      • The roman army was a professional army, which meant that its soldiers were paid to go into battle. The army was made up of about 330000 men, including auxiliaries, who were not roman citizens.
      http://www.woodlands-junior.kent.sch.uk/Homework/romans/soldiers.html
    • Romans Roads
      • The roads were used for moving armies fast and some supplies.
      http://www.toptoursinitaly.com/tours/rome_ancient_medieval_tour.php
    • Roman Coins
      • The coins were used to trade and other useful stuff.
      http://www.hunterian.gla.ac.uk/education/romans/gold_coin.shtml
    • Roman Legion
      • It was made up of:
      • A legatus, who commanded the legion.
      • 6 tributes, who were the superior officers.
      • 60 centurions, each of whom commanded a century.
      • 6 centuries, which made up a cohort.
      • 10 cohorts, which formed a legion.
      http://www.uncp.edu/home/rwb/lecture_med_civ.htm
    • The Chancery
      • The chancery was responsible for correspondence, diplomas, nominations, and administration.
      http://www.delawoffice.com/chancery.html
    • Financial matters
      • The emperor’s personal fortune, the territories of the empire, the collection of taxes, duties, ect.
      http://blogs.physicstoday.org/newspicks/2009/12/
    • The Limes
      • It was made to keep peace in the roman territory.
      http://www.miniatures.de/ancients-2-grenzwall.html