The Roman policy that changed in 265BC was that the Roman army was big enough to defeat anything it challenged, therefore Rome stopped making citizens of the people it conquered.
Yes. Roman marriages were pagan; many current marriages are Christian.
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well, that answer was wrong, Greece influenced a lot on the roman culture, but the answer of how they did it, i don't knwo it
Not in terms of philosophy. It was the Renaissance and its re-discovery of Greek and Roman philosophy and arts that at this time changed European thought. The peoples in the discovered lands were either seen as heathen barbarians or as representatives of a totally alien culture. The voyages only changed European knowledge of geography and changed its thoughts about the possibilities for economic growth.
Euclid of Alexandria (about 325BC-265BC) Brought to you by: dlace
Constantine gave more rights to Christians and allowed them to hold offices which was not allowed before.
how has hurricane katerina changed domestic policy agenda?
If you wrote "What is I in Roman?" and Viki has changed the 'I' to 'you' then the answer is that 'I' is the Roman numeral for the number 1. GUEYEYTWRW5EWRWRWRR
it has changed china by a lot because if they didnt introduce the one child policy china would have been in poverty
No, the beneficiary of a life insurance cannot be changed by the executor unless he's the owner of the policy. The proceeds of a life insurance policy, unless the benefciary of the policy is the estate, are not subject to any conditions of the will. It is outside of probate.
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He was Agustus Caesar, the first Roman Emperor.