The Roman Senate always contained three hundred members.
Senate members were always patricians, never plebeians.
Senate members usually had participated in government before.
Senate members were elected and appointed for life.
Conclusion I think the most important things I learned about in ancient Rome were trade, aqueducts, and concrete roads. Without trade, Rome wouldn’t have any way of receiving foreign goods. Aqueducts were very important because they were a way to transport drinking water to the people. Concrete roads were important because they were a convenient way to travel throughout the Roman Empire.