The origin of Rome（First place）omans believed that they were the successor of the wolves.
There was a folk story about Roma’s development — Their first emperor was taken care by the wolves.
However the truth is that the originate of Rome was the combination of some Latin tribe.
Rome becomes a Republic (Seconde place)Roman Kingdom: It was Rome's transition from the commune system of primitive society which was a monarchy to the state.
Later the Roman nobleman stopped this stage.
After this period of time, ancient Rome became a powerful empire which had established a republic.
This change has some positive influences to Roman in some way
Rome enacted Law of the Twelve Tables(Third place)Law of Twelve tables was based the old common law, and still in favor of the aristocratic slave-owners. However, it limited private ownership, patriarchal slave owners, inheritance, debt and all aspects of criminal law, procedure. Thus, it limited the power of the aristocratic judge to interpret the law at will. Law of Twelve Tables reflects the development of Roman slavery and the formation of slave - class states.
Constitutio Antoniniana (Eleventh place)Caracalla enacted Constitutio Antoniniana which allowed the Roman-born males who were free enjoyed the Roman citizenship. Also it allowed the Roman-born free females enjoyed the same right as the Roman females and Caracalla tried and failed to control the process of power shifting from the west to Greece and eastern, instead it even accelerated the process. It helped Greece become the main force of Europe during midieval.
Roman Empire begins (Forth place)The Roman republic's expantion made Rome bigger than a city-state and become a multiple races, religions, languages, cultures country. The Roman republic turned into age of empire.
Turning point of the Christianity (Tenth place)Emperor Constantine enacted the "Edict of Milan," which recognized the legality of Christianity.
It was the turning point of the Christianity.
Byzantine Empire (Fifth place)Constantine moved to Byzantium and was renamed Constantinople.
the Split of Rome Empire (Seventh place)Roman was divided in to east part and west part. It had bad influence towards Rome.
End of the Western Roman Empire ( Eighth place)The western Roman emperor Flavius Romulus Augustus was abolished and the western empire fell.
Period:-264 BCEto-146 BCE
Punic wars(Sixth place)Punic wars were the wars between ancient Rome and ancient Carthage for the western Mediterranean sovereignty.
The result of the punic war: Carthage was destroyed, and the city of Carthage was razed to the ground, and Rome gained the hegemony of the western Mediterranean.
Rome and Carthage had three wars and at last, Carthage lost and was destroyed by Rome.
Crisis of the Third Century (Ninth place)Rural exhaustion, urban decay, civil war, the collapse of the imperial government leaded to the Barbarians’ invasion.