Essay on A Synopsis of Roman Civilization

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An Assignment
On A synopsis on Roman Civilization.

Submitted to Md. SafayatHossain Lecturer Department of Accounting & Information Systems Faculty of Business Studies University of Dhaka

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Name Md. MohimChowdhury Md. Ashraful Islam Mohammad ArifHossain Raihan Ahmed Provat ID No. 16027 16085 16086 16090

Introduction: The modern accounting system which is also called the double entry accounting system was first introduced in Florence in the late thirteenth century. But the predecessors on ancient civilization had also accountancy practices due to the trading. There accounting practices were not based on double entry accounting system. But they had their own numerical systems to count their products. The economic system
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These were; a) b) c) d) The kingdom of Rome. The Republic of Rome. The Roman Empire. The Byzantine Empire.

The kingdom of Rome: The kingdom of Rome started in 753 BC by the two brothers Romulus and Remus. But in the later year Romulus killed Remus and became the first king of the kingdom. This kingdom lasted for 200 years and governed by 7 kings. The remarkable incidences of this time were the battle of Horatii and Curatti, the story of the Sibylline Books and Tarquin, the rape of Lucretia. This kingdom ended when declared by the citizens as republic. The Republic of Rome: The Roman Republic lasted for about 500 years. It was one of the most prosperous empires in the history of civilization. The republic started as a small village sized area which

later became a vast empire in the later years. It was spread in the western Mediterranean and much of Western Europe. That time the people had integrity, honesty, hardworking capability, prudence, justice, mercy, dignity. That’s why the empire lasted for a long time. The governance structure was such that the power was upon to two annually elected magistrates called consuls; they also served as commanders in chief of the army. The magistrates, though elected by the people, were drawn largely from the Senate, which was dominated by the patricians, or the descendants of the original senators from the time of Romulus. Politics in the early republic was marked by the long struggle

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