The Roman Army The Roman Army didn't start off being the feared army that everyone became highly scared of. They started off known as a group called the Greek Phalanx, they were under the control of the Etruscan Kings. An extremely important and memorable moment was when Servius Tullius introduced the census to the people. The census graded all of the citizens into five different classes. The classes were all like the different recruiting for ranks in the army. Just like the Hoplite warriors the first class were extremely armed and had the most wealth out of all the citizens. The second, third and fourth all meshed together. Of course the weapons and armor supply went down as the numbers did in chrological order. The absolute worst was being in the fifth class because you had no armor at all.The only thing they had were slings and that and in war that isn't nearly enough to put anyone in danger or enough to even protect yourself at all. After the most embarassing loss to Gaul, The Romans knew that the old system was not working anymore and they knew they had to change immediately which I think is defintely a good move because who wants to stick to something that is not working. When they did abandon the Phalanx it was for the best. They changed it to where there are three different lines of soldiers. One was called the hastati which stood in the front,and were young men who carried body armor and a rectangular shield and they also had many javelins to throw if needed.They had long spears and they were mostly men who came from the second class of the Phalanx. After that you had the second class that was known as the principes. They were most of the time the older more mature males.They were the most equipped people out of the whole group. They were formally known for being the first class citizens of the phalanx. Then in last you had the last group of warriors known as the rorarii and the accensi .The accensi were usually the worst and inexperienced fighters out of all of the classes, and were labeled pretty unreliable. They ended up making some making…
pioneer of the earliest commerce and trade activities. It is for this very reason that many have alluded to the Golden Ages of the Maritimes, a period marked by regional economic growth. With a pre-existing maturity in the fishing, logging, farming, and shipping industries, the technological improvements brought by industrialization at the turn of the 19th century led to the boom of industrial bases for steel and coal markets. This enabled the three provinces to capitulate their geographical advantage…
again. They can call a physical therapist to guide them through their situation. In order to become a physical therapist, there are certain tasks scholars have to make sure of before taking the position. Education can play a big role in achieving this job position. For starters, In order to be a physical therapist, graduating high school with a minimum of 3.0 GPA is a must (“Physical Therapy, “Occupational Outlook Handbook.) But before graduating, there are specific classes that are required to…
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and radicals under European rule revolted and started their own revolutions in aim to change their government and society. All over the world, they shunned and fought their tyrannical and selfish governments and sought better more just ones. All of this was driven by nationalist thoughts to live equally, come together and live freely. The Nationalist Movements impacted Latin American and European nations and caused them to uphold the ideals of liberty, equality, and fraternity.
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because they minimize free customer services, maximize the use of self-service, and use inexpensive fixtures, decorations, and displays.
Any history before 1960 for full-line discount stores would have to be traced back to the basic discount stores. This would begin with small apparel stores in New York City around 1910, although they did no begin to take shape until the late 1940s and early 1950s. The industry began to take shape in the 1950s with the launch of innovative merchants such as Caldor…
Station which are both essentially dead horses at this point, and focusing on more advanced and fruitful creations such as a new type of shuttle capable of taking astronauts to mars, more efficient and safer aircraft to secure our superiority in the aerospace field and even meteorological aspects to better help us understand and perhaps predict natural catastrophes like hurricanes or tsunamis. Though NASA will not be launching shuttles any time soon, this is not the end of our presences in orbit; in an…
Child Labor Paper
Child labor was indeed a horrible thing, but there were those who tried to justify it as right. Some thought it was not at all a problem and were very much fine with it. Those people only knew one side of the story, their side. What they did not know was all the cruelties and horrors of child labor. Or sometimes they just cared about their own benefit how much money they could make and how little they could pay the workers. Take David Dale who was a factory owner. He employed…
This is a paper about Down syndrome. I will attempt to explain the definition of Down syndrome. I will tell how a child develops down syndrome as well as some of the characteristics of the disease. I will also explain the hereditary factors, as well the different types of down syndrome. I will also delve into how down syndrome is detected in children before they are born.
Down syndrome is a genetic condition that causes delays in physical and mental growth. It occurs in 1 out of every 691 children…