What do the laws found in the Twelve Tables tell us about what Rome was like in

What do the laws found in the Twelve Tables tell us about what Rome was like in the fifth century BCE? What kind of society do they reflect? What qualities did Pliny believe characterized a loyal Roman subject? How did this understanding influence Plinys criticisms of Christians and his justification for punishing them? Based on the assigned Crash Course World History video assigned for this module why did people become Christians in the first centuries CE? According to Eusebius why did Constantine become a Christian? How are these reasons similar to or different from how and why people might become Christians today? What did Eusebius think made a good ruler? What did he think made a bad ruler? Specs for discussion forum answers: Length: 100 words per answer Quotations: No more than 5 words can be quoted in your combined discussion forum answers and replies for the entire module Content: Thorough grasp of assigned materials thoughtful reflection on discussion questions and specific details from assigned materials to support each answer Completion: Only answers found in your first post in each discussion forum will be graded Plagiarism: Both paraphrasing plagiarism and outside source plagiarism will result in a zero Grammar: A good-faith effort to write in complete sentences with proper spelling capitalization and punctuation Subject line: last name module X Formatting: Each question answered in a separate paragraph in the order which the questions are listed. See requirements handout for details on what you need to do if you are cutting and pasting your answers from another file into Blackboard. Specs for discussion forum replies: Length: 3 academically substantive sentences Quotations: No more than 5 words can be quoted in your combined discussion forum answers and replies for the entire module Content: Each reply must contribute a new and academically substantive idea focusing on a single discussion forum answer offered by a classmate Distribution: Each reply must be in response to a different one of the discussion questions. Each reply must be on a thread created by a different classmate Tone: Replies must be courteous and respectful Plagiarism: Both paraphrasing plagiarism and outside source plagiarism will result in a zero Grammar: A good-faith effort to write in complete sentences with proper spelling capitalization and punctuation