Roman Masculinities

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It is well described that the role of masculinity plays a fatal role in the determining of the characteristics of Man separating him from the gentile characteristics of Woman. Man has always been the front line of defense, in opposition to hindrance, conquest and victory in opposition to defeat and disgrace, as well as equally dividing that great wall between self-diligence and that of self-respect as a product of the actions taken which masculine Man and as well as define him to be of manhood during the trace of civilizations from the Ancient Romans to the present days, during times of peace, war and truce negotiations which depict the manpower, management, money value, machinery strength (t


Such vigor of courage was in him that by the Po he with a few horsemen attacked the king of the Gaul, who was surrounded by an enormous host, and straightway slew him, stripped him of his arms, and dedicated them to Jupiter Feretrius." [1] a roman soldier - as with all the armies in world- is the honorary representative of the strength and decisiveness of the state in the war affairs among nations. He is the determiner of the strength of power as well as the education that has been bestowed upon him by the civility of the state he belongs to, as opposed to the Phoenicians, Hellenics, Spartans and the Greek, in the race to define the meaning of "heritage" versus the declining of nations in their due times to be writ down in the pages of history honorably as well as worthily under the nation's name; "Roma" in this case.
The Roman Empire has been depicted in movies to be the "sole conqueror of the ancient world, defying the fate of degenerating states and the superior hand over the weaker states' destinies. ...
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