Greece & Rome
by Kenneth Diep
Greece made geometry, medicine, as well as astronomy. Greece also made architecture such as columns which are used today in Washington D.C. Greece even made the first Olympics for Zeus. As for their language contributions, the Greece made stems and roots of many of the English language.
Ancient Greece was not a country with a single government. It was divided into hundreds of city-states. Every city state had its own government with laws and customs. Most of Greece governments were monarchies. Some were oligarchies and some were democracies.
Rome let woman have freedom with the right to own property and business. Rome also spoke latin.
Rome had 7 roman emperors, Caesar Augustus, Nero, Trajan, Marcus Aurelius, Commodus, Diocletian, and Romulus Augustus.