for 500 years, from about 27 b.c.e to 476 c.e than roads connected to the empires 50 million people. many things we still use today came from roman empire
then you will learn how rome's influence lives on in art, architecture and engineering, language and writing, philosophy, law, and citizenship.
in 330 c.e, the emperor constantine took a step that changed the future of rome.
the hagia sophia was built between the years 532 and 537. its architectural features have inspired the design of many orthodox chruches.
one of the greatest byzantine emperors was justinians i, whose long reign lasted from 527 to 565.
they had alot of wars in the east and west.
This idea eventually became a key part of english common law known as habeas corpus.
between 1337 and 1453, england and france fought a series of wars over the control of lands in france.
the plague took a terrible toll on the populations of asia and europe.
the hundred years' war contributed to the decline of feudailism by helping to shift power from feudal lords to monarchs and common people.