Which of the ancient civilizations developed an empire that controlled most of the land?
the Persians controlled most of the land.
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During ancient China, the dynasty that was in power controlled the land. Dynasties changed over time so land own age was also changed. T he dynasty was i think the Han… dynasty.
Most ancient civilizations needed the fertile land, food sources(water-based fowl, fish, etc.), and trading opportunities foundnear rivers to support their community. Over tim…e, commerce andpopulation would grow, and with it would develop a full-fledgedcivilization. They could then use their clever location to defendthemselves from attackers, to reach other main hubs of civilizationto trade, and to establish a navy. hi guys
Ancient civilizations began by rivers and fertile lands. The first civilizations started in the Fertile Crescent, around the Nile river. This was known as the "Cradle of Civil…ization"
Roman Empire ruled most of the known land at the time.
they lost their empire because it was so big and hard to deal with that they surrendered to other regions who came in to attack. another reason is the empires didn't have anyt…hing, like a wall, to protect the empire from other people coming in.
The Roman Empire, lasting 500 years, was a very large ancient empire, most likely the largest out of the ancients. It stretched over the whole Mediterranean Sea's coasts, and …was ruled by many leaders. It Then fell soon after it was divided into two parts, and a few moderately crazy kings had ruled. Out of all the empires ever, however, the British Empire was the largest. It was massive, covering much of South Africa, India, North America, and Britain. The national colour at the time was pink, and Queen Victoria was quoted as saying "I want to paint the world pink." implying that the British had the desire and ambition to take over the entire world. The empire then fell, and at this point America is the World Power.
Greece. From the Gods to the slaves everything Greek was in demand and shaped Roman society.
The Greek world which was based on independent city-states - over2,000 of them.
In Roman Empire
Many of the Roman conquests occurred during the period of the Roman Republic (509-27 BC). During the subsequent period of rule be emperors (27 BC-476 AD) there was further imp…erial expansion.
In Roman Empire
The heritage of the so-called Byzantine Empire were the Greek and Roman civilisations. The Byzantine Empire was the continuation of the Roman Empire. This term has been coine…d by historians to indicate the eastern part of the Roman Empire after the fall of the western part. This part of the Roman Empire continued to exist for nearly 1,000 years). The so-called "Byzantines" did not even know this term. They called their empire Imperium Romanum , Imperium Romanorum (Empire of the Romans) , or Romania in Latin or or Basileia Rhomaion, Arche ton Rhomaion or Rhomania , which were the same terms in Greek. The Term Romania was not related to the country which was later called Romania (it means land of the Romans). The term Byzantine was chosen by a German historian in the 16th century as a derivation from Byzantium, a Greek city which evolved along Roman lines under Roman rule and which was then redeveloped, turned into an imperial capital and renamed Constantinople (City of Constantine) by the Roman emperor Constantine the Great in 330. It is used to indicate the fact that not long after the fall of the western part of the Roman Empire, this part of the empire became centred on Greece and Greek in character after it lost most of its non-Greek territories. Greek replaced Latin as the official language of this empire in 620, some 150 years after the fall of the western part. Both the terms Byzantine and Byzantine Empire became common in Western Europe in the 19th century.
Which continent and era are you asking about.
Yes, without it they could not have made the land fertile. All theancient civilisations developed along or near big rivers.