Roman roads connected the remote corners of Europe to the heart of the Empire, the city of Rome. Road systems enabled not only the military, but also ideas, goods, and people to travel throughout Europe at a speed never experienced before.
BBC - Primary History - Romans - Roman defence of BritainBits of Roman road can still be seen. Soldiers and carts used this cobbled road (at Blackstone Edge in Lancashire) to travel between Mamucium (Manchester) and Yorkshire.
The long straight roads built by the Romans wherever they conquered have, in many cases, become just as famous names in history as their greatest emperors and generals. Building upon more ancient routes.
Roman Road Near Cilician Gates or Gülek Pass. The Cilician Gates is a pass through the Taurus Mountains connecting the low plains of Cilicia to the Anatolian Plateau, by way of the narrow gorge of the Gökoluk River. Has been a major commercial and
n our study of Ancient Rome this week, Josh and Megan really enjoyed learning how to build a model of a Roman road. Brianna was in charge of the salt dough map, so I let Josh and Megan do the road model themselves. To build a road, first the Ancie