The first Triumvirates (coalition) were divided into 3 important men. Crassus was one, the richest man in Rome and Pompey, the military general and Julius Caesar, the popular supporter. Crassus would suppress the slavery war of Spartacus and him and Pompey die. Julius Caesar was a very smart man he concurred and got many countries, but later on died by the hand of his friend Brutis, he stabbed him multiples times.
In conclusion, during this time in Rome, it was all about battles, defeating and concur one another for riches and power. The people had friendship but, later on became enemies and killed their friends and family and then each other to be the best named worrier. ...
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... Also, the monks would help travelers and help sick people, who came through the forest. They saved everything about history, from what was going on who were powerful and the people were treated at this time. The monks advised the Germanic Kings and people on what to do and what not to do and they would work in missionary. The monks had no fear for kings they always told them how they felt and that was amazing at that time because the king could have anyone killed.
In conclusion, I believe what the monks were doing was showing dedication to what they believe in and that is very brave during that time, everyone obeyed the kings. The monks continue to pray to god, live in solitary and obey the abbot. I feel the up most gratitude to the monks for saving history, because we would have no idea what happened in the past and they also had something to do with freedom.
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