In the small city founded on 753 b. C. between seven hills, an empire that dominated the Mediterranean, the majority of Europe, the north of Africa and a large part of the next Near East was forged.
Rome absorbed the Greek culture after conquering Greece. Its pragmatic and military spirit organized the territory dominated with efficiency. The Romans developed engineering, law and politic organization unlike any other civilization.
Rome was a monarchy, republic and finally an empire. In 395 a. D. the empire was divided into two by the emperor Theodosius
Domus, the roman house
The Roman domus, like the Greek house, was built around a courtyard, but it was more sophisticated, with more rooms and even a room that was an outdoor store.