Augustus once said "I found Rome built of bricks; I leave her clothed in marble." This quote means that Augustus found Rome with barely anything, or everything made out of bricks which did not value anything, and he left it in marble. Rome is a very special place, filled with lots of history and aspects that have impacted society today . Rome had a empire.  The Roman Empire, and was and still  is a very well known and very important to the history of the world. It was a strong empire by the causes of emperors, art, and many other goods. The gallery I have made, varies from emperors to art to currency that are fundamental to Rome. 

Emperor Trajan was a Roman emperor that was very important to Ancient Rome. He was also known as one of the Five Good Emperors. Trajan was a civilian administrator. He was best known for his big public building program. According to it states that "He left multiple enduring landmarks such as Trajan's Forum, Trajan's Market and Trajan's Column." these landmarks are famous to Rome.
Marcus Aurelius was a Roman Emperor from 161 to 180. . He was the last of the Five Good Emperors, and is also considered one of the most important Stoic philosophers.
Emperor Hadrian was also included in the Five Good Emperors. He is known for building many landmarks or buildings in Ancient Rome. He is also known for the first to mark his empire's borders with walls. One very famous building projects of his was the Hadrian Wall.
The Brygos Painter was an ancient Greek Attic red-figure vase painter. Many vases have been inspired by him. This is important to Rome because the Byrgos Painter created sort of a circle of art, and pulled Rome's interest into it.
Imagine finding the Roman Republic. According to the Roman Republic was "the period of the ancient Roman civilisation characterised by a republican form of government." The founder of this period Capitoline Brutus, or Marcus Junius Brutus. He was a Roman politician. One known thing he did was joining another man to assassinate Julius Caesar.
You might think "why would a chair be important?" This chair is very important to Rome. It was the Ceremonial Chair for emperors, rulers, or important people of Rome would sit. It would be a seat of honour. This may also be refered to as the Elgin Throne
Romans need money to buy things that are important to their daily lives. In fact, everyone needs money to buy things. This coin is called a Denarius, they are Ancient Roman coins. Romans started to use them during the reign of Julius Caesar. Why would they be important? They're important because they were used for trading, to purchase goods, food, pay wages, and pay for taxes.
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