Roman History Essay
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May 15, 2019
XX is a XXXXXX proverb XXXX Rome XXX not built in a day. XXX XXXXXXX of XXXXXXXXXXXX of XXXX of XXXXXX Rome an empire XXXX a XXXXXXXX was indeed a XXXXXXX XXXXXXX XXXX took years. XXX Romans started to XXXXXXX the XXXXXXX areas surrounding XXXXX XXX XXXXXXX to develop a culture XXXX XXX inspired XX a number of other civilizations XXXX existed around XXX XXXX time. XXXX XX the XXXX XXXXXXXXX developments XXXX lead to XXXXXXXXXXXX was the XXXXXXXXXX of a XXXXXXXX currency and accepting XXXXX XX the XXXXXX XXXXXXXX. This XXXXX aims to study the significance of the currency XXXXXX and a common XXXXXXXX in the XXXXXXX XX Romanization.
Impact of the XXXXXXX System on Romanization
XXXXXX XXX Xth XXXXXXX XXX, the Roman coins were XXXX of XXXXXX, gold and bronze. XX XXXXXX started XX win wars XXX XXXXXX XXXXXX, the XXXXXX XXXXX were replaced by bronze and XXXXXXX to XX XXXXXXXXXX as a XXXXXXXX that had a XXXXX XXXXXXXXXX XX it which was XXXXXXXXX from XXX XXXXXX value of XXX XXXXX (XXXXX et al., 2015).
Economic Impact of XXXXXXX System:The XXXXXXXXXX XX the coinage system in Rome XXXX XXXXX to an XXXXXX XXX XXXXXXXX system XXXX XXX based on XXX accepted XXXXX XX XXX XXXXX XXXXXX XXXX XXXXX actual XXX (Anwar XX XX., XXXX). Due to the acceptance XX a XXXXXXXX XXXXXX on a national level, Romans were engaging in XXXXX XXXXXX XXX country as XXXX XX outside on a more frequent basis. It also XXXXXXX them to XXXX a XXXXXXXX symbol XXXX provided XXX people with a sense XX belongingness XX XXXXX XXXXXXX and the emperor. The XXXXXXXXX XX XXX emperors gave XXX XXXXX a XXXX important XXXXXX XXXXX and XXX XXXXXX XXXXXXX to treat them as an asset (XXXXX XX XX., XXXX).
XXXXXXXXXX the XXXXX XXXXXXX XXXXXX:The XXXXXX XX Roman coinage became so significant for XXX XXXXXXXXXXXX XXXX it was XXXXXXX XX many contemporary XXX later XXXXXXXXXXXXX. The unified currency system XX memorized today by XXXXXXX great XXXXX in XXXXXXX Roman coins XX a historical artefact XXX the contemporary XXXXXXXX XXXXXX can XXXX be XXXXXXXXXX a result of XXXX process of Romanization (XXXXXX, 2016).
XXXXXX of XXX XXXXX on Romanization
The XXXXXXXXXX XX a XXXXXXXX XXXXXXXX XXX one XX XXX major factors XXXX resulted in Romanization or XXX unification XX the Roman XXXXXX. The various XXXXX that were captured and XXXXXXXX in XXXXX borders XXXXXX the war XXX people speaking XXXX XXXXXXXX languages. However, as the geographical boundaries of XXX country XXXXXXXX, XXX XXXX for an XXXXXXXX XXXXXXXX XXX XXXX XXXXX XXXX XXXXX a popular and XXXXXXXXXX accepted XXXXXXXX in XXX XXXXXXX (XXXXX & XXXXXXX, 2016).
XXXXXX XXXXXX XX Latin XX official language:As Latin XXXXXX an official XXXXXXXX of XXXX, XXX process XX XXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXX XXXXXX. The new language made a social XXXXXX XX XXX lives of XXXXXX as XXXX were now able to associate themselves XX a XXXXXX. The laws of XXX XXXXXXX became centralized and XXXX resulted in the XXXXXX XXXXXX a social association with XXX idea of a nation (XXXXX et XX., 2015).
XXXXXXXXXX XXX acceptance of Latin XX an XXXXXXXX XXXXXXXX:Latin XX a XXXXXXXX XXXX XXX not only important for Rome but XXX also XXXXXXXX society in XXXX a manner that its XXXXXXXXXXX can XX seen XXXX today. As XXXX XXX XXXX XXXXXX started XX XXXXXXXXXX it, XXX XXXXX language took many forms on the regional levels in Rome. The impact of this XX the XXXXX of many romantic languages of XXXXXX XXXX are XXXX XXXXX. Apart XXXX English, XXXXXXX, German, XXXXXXX and even XXXXXX have originated XXXX XXXXX which XXX XXX official language of XXXX in Xnd Century XXX (Blagg & XXXXXXX, 2016).
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Melitz, J. (2016). X XXXXX XX XXX beginnings of XXXXXXX in antiquity. XXXXXXXX XXXXXX XX Economic History, 21(1), XX-103.