Hello, I am Flavia and we are time traveling to the 753 B.C. - 14,44 B.C. in ancient Rome. We'll look at the different areas and see what they were used for.
Here is one of our locations and these bodies of water near us like the Mediterranean and Tyrrhenian sea are heavily relied on for the reason that Water forms played an important role not only in transportation, making it much easier for the Romans to go from one location to another, but also in conveying resources, which may later be traded.
Rome was built near the Tiber river for its strategic location and fertile soil. Rome had a vast trading network. In addition to the Mediterranean, Rome traded with Greece, Anatolia, Antioch, China, and India.
Although one disadvantage of Rome's location was that they were surrounded by so much water, which might result in a lot of flooding.The fertile soil of the Po and Tiber River Valleys enabled the Romans to grow a wide variety of products, including olives and wheat. This provided the empire with a food surplus, allowing it to feed its population and trade with other countries.
Oh, no, it appears to be that something is wrong with my powers.
It appears that we have returned to the present, which is a shame considering I wanted to explore more of ancient Rome, but until then, I'll have to figure out where I am right now.