Romans conquered Macedonia and later Greeks had no chance.
Yes. The "Battle-of-Thermopylae-era Sparta" of which you might be thinking existed over 300 years before the Romans conquered the Greek states, including Sparta. A lot can happen to a city-state in 300 years. The Spartans during the Roman conquest would have regarded their glory days of Leonidas with the same separation that we in the 21st Century might think of Oliver Cromwell and the English Civil. The biggest Hellenistic contender against Rome by the 2nd Century BC were the Macedonians.
by John Connor 5 years ago
If you cold be the conquer of any one thing what would it be?My name is Connor and I have been informed that it comes from a Gaelic term meaning conquer; yet I am unsure of this. Yet I sometimes contemplate what indeed I would want to be a conquer of? I am thinking perhaps death or evil; however, I...
by BakerRambles 5 years ago
Would Carthage had fell from expansionist power is Rome had not interfered?
by Epus Gren 6 years ago
This is just a good view for our enlightenment. We have many opinions about the classic war of the middle age. I am thinking if it is the religion that troubled us humans or is the SELFISH AND AMBITIOUS LEADERS THAT PERSUADE THE MINORITIES. What do you think?
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