Antoninus Pius

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  • Why Did Napoleon Lead To The French Revolution

    me double look at the way Napoleon believed his was a king was his coronation at the “Temple of Reason”, in which he wore a glamorous robe as well as his wife Josephine. While holding a scepter in which the nobles used, he took the crown out of Pope Pius VII and placed the crown on his head. As you can see here at this moment that a new royal family was just assumed into…

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  • Papal Infallibility: The Catechism Of The Catholic Church

    Papal Infallibility Those outside the Church generally misunderstand the Catholic teaching on papal infallibility. In particular, fundamentalist Christians often confuse the charisma of papal infallibility as something that affects the pope’s status. They imagine Catholics believing the pope to be sinless or unable to sin. Secularists and irreligious people believe papal infallibility to be a fairly new concept. They also speculate it was invented as a means to defend the church against the…

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  • How Did Joan Of Arc Impact The World

    The Hundred Years War was a long and hard battle for the French. English had taken their land and rebels started to take control of major towns. When the French believed that they weren’t able to take back their land and fall into English and rebel hands, Joan of Arc was able to save them from generations of despair. Joan of Arc, who believed that god sent her to save France, was a huge inspiration, she saved much of the land even if her debut was cut off short due to false accusations. Joan…

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  • The Five Good Emperors

    Nerva, Trajan, Hadrian, Antoninus Pius, and Marcus Aurelius were known to be as the “Five Good Emperors” who ruled from 96 to 180 AD. What made these men the five good emperors were because they were all adopted, earning the throne rather than inheriting it from the traditional royal families. The rules of these emperors were marked by their moderate policies and defensive tactics that helped maintain the peace, stability, and wealth for the Roman Empire. At the time, despite having Nerva at a…

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  • 5 Good Emperors

    Emperors of the Roman World In 27 BC, the Roman Senate granted Octavian the title “Augustus”, meaning “the illustrious one” and was referred to as “Imperator” by Roman soldiers. To be called such by the people was significant because history tells us of great men, but never of Rome’s kings. That is simply because Rome never had a king, instead they were ruled by Emperors. Since the first emperor, Rome has experienced being ruled by a variety of emperors; the good, the bad, and the evilest of…

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  • Analyze The Changes In The Roman Empire

    The Roman Empire went through changes that helped make them stronger and more prosperous. There were new ideas and beliefs, like Christianity. There were influential emperors, like Constantine and Augustus. The structure of the Roman Empire family significantly changed. The Pax Romana brought an era of peace that lasted for 200 years. The Roman Empire went through many changes that resulted in growth, these include, but are not limited to, family life, Pax Romana, and religion. Family life was…

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  • Augustus Caesar: The Rise And Fall Of The Roman Empire

    He also continued the building projects of his brother and improved the economy of the empire, he was assassinated in 96 CE. Nerva ruled next and was part of The Five Good Emperors along with Trajan, Hadrian, Antoninus Pius, and Marcus Aurelius. With their leadership the Roman empire was stronger, more stable, and expanded in size and scope. The Imperial Crisis was constant civil war and various military leaders fought for control of the empire. The crisis was social…

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  • The Western Empire: The Contributions Of The Roman Empire

    become known as The Five Good Emperors. Between 96 and 180 CE, there were five great men who ruled one after the other and brought the Roman Empire to its greatest thus far. These five rulers were; Nerav, 96-98, Trajan, 98-117, Hadrian, 117-138, Antoninus Pius, 138-161 and Marcus Aurelius, 161-180. Under all of these rulers leadership the Roman Empire grew stronger, secure, stable and larger. Rome expanded in size and scope. Soon after this time the Riamn Empire would be divided another…

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  • Communion Or Eucharist?

    Communion or Eucharist, how should we think about this sacrament? The sacrament of the Communion is more than just a celebration during Church service in remembrance of Jesus’ death; it is so believers of Christ can fully accept Jesus into their bodies. The Eucharist is how the Catholic Church describes the transformation of the bread and wine into the body and blood of Jesus Christ. Even though the bread and wine is transformed into the body and blood of Jesus, the physical properties of the…

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