The Roman Senate

Their Rustic Maps

The system, the machine, the society, the life and function of the Roman world has left an indelible stamp on our culture and the understanding of how civilization should and should not work. How much there is to study and learn from the ways in which the ancient peoples of Rome developed and organized, built and administered, creating the empire to which its traces and impact are still relavent today. It is to this world that the first Christian people were to find themselves. Whether in Jerusalem or Syria in the East, Greece or Egypt, or on the Italian peninsula or to in Spain – almost every Christian was in some way under the government and social order issuing out of the city of Rome. It is of this point that it would be interesting to continue to look at this world and what these early Christians would be connected…

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