they were built with smooth rocks on the to top. Then on the side there were paths for people when solider were marching down the road.
Roads were not invented. They started as animal trails, then became the worn paths that people walked on. When people developed carts, they began to widen and improve those paths and the result was what we now call roads.
To have smooth roads that you can take to trade their goods
roads and paths
History's Mysteries - 1998 Roman Roads Paths to Empire 5-10 was released on: USA: 2002
The question is "WERE there roads in the Persian empire". The simple answer is no, the Persians only had dirt paths they travelled on but not "roads" by definition being a paved path. The Romans invented roads.
obviously it was very crowded so instead of paths they made roads for the merchants and travlers to pass through
two different paths in life
a book to stones do you uas to surace roads with
I think the yare the roads because firebeasts are cars and they are on the paths
chembakolli is connected to other places by small roads and paths
They symbolize the two paths in life, to conform or to be an individual.
Depends on the terrain you are driving in if roads are bumpy are potholed it has to be higher than if the roads are smooth with no bumps.
because ice surface refers very less friction as compare to roads that is why skating is easy on ice surfaces
The Roman roads fell into disuse centuries ago. The influence they have had is in the fact that many of them followed important trade routed across Europe, the Middle East and North Africa. Many modern roads follow paths which are similar to that of Roman roads.
The Danube River and the Rhine River were natural paths for the Roman Roads to follow.
Roads, like paths, make traveling easier because the ground is smoother than rough, improved ground. They made paved roads because pavement needs less maintenance than dirt paths and is much easier for wagons to travel on, especially when the ground is wet. They spent a lot of labor to build the road then it lasts a long time and is better for traveling than a dirt path. For trading goods, and because they wore no shoes, they had to build a nice flat surface to keep from cutting up their feet.
There are vehicles that use the road for transporting materials that are sometimes fragile and delicate. It is of chef importance for the roads to be as smooth as possible to ensure smooth travels for the trucks. In addition, most trucks have a rougher suspension base/ springs when compared to regular cars. Trucks will ride somewhat bumpy even on a smooth road never mind a rough and bumpy one.
it was wide and paved for smooth travel
Roads were actually foot or horse paths that were well traveled and then used by horse drawn wagons then the horseless carriages and then by the cars we have today. As the cars got better people fixed the roads to be smoother and that is the roads we have today.
you leave a note in a tree far away from paths or roads and they will read the note at night or when no one is home.
If the surface is rough/bumpy , the vehicle cant safely go as fast as it can on a smooth road. Also if the car is bouncing, it's aerodynamics will be disturbed causing more drag. Ground clearance also has to be increased on rough roads, causing more drag.
to move easily on rough suface like roads etc...