Similarities Between Roman And Medieval Europe

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There are academic claims suggesting that Medieval Europe is a direct continuation of Ancient Rome. Through the evidence found within the given text, there seems to be a similar correlation between such cultures, specific using the historical context provided. Examples of the given historical contexts for both cultures would be: architectural development, visual elements (such as painting or tapestries), statues, and written products. Due to the uniqueness of each culture, one will notice that are major similarities between the historical contact provided, however there are also major differences, simply because there is a correlation between the ideas used to develop the product, however the actual product itself is not necessarily similar. Both The Ancient Roman culture and Medieval Europe was formed through the idea and concept of violence and victory. For instance, within Rome, Josephus (Jewish Historian) developed literature called “Description of the Roman Army” that passionately described …show more content…
Through the evidence provided within the text, it is evident that Medieval Europe is a clear continuation of Ancient Rome. It is be expected that Medieval Europe will not contain identical fragments resembling the culture of Ancient Rome, however most of their ideal and concept of greatly similar. An example of similar ideals would be the base concept of strong warfare. Both cultures derived from the importance that they needed to be powerful armies, and fighting while remembering what they originally stood for. An indicator of continuation of Medieval Europe following the Ancient Romans would be the concept of being a heroic individual, yet standing firm with their brothers during the battlefield. A difference that is not a direct correlation of Europe continuing after Rome would be that they fought with religious devotion

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