3. Rome versus New York City
After this, you should be more gracious to the city of New York. This is because as crowded as the city of New York is, ancient Rome is six times more crowded. The Roman Empire is about 4.4 million square kilometers and approximately 57 million people are cramped up in there.
4. Equality in wages
In ancient Rome, workers weren’t underpaid or unfairly compensated. The high rate of wage inequality in the United States today didn’t exist in ancient Rome. Of course there were some differences in wages but not to an unfair point. Well, I hope our modern Nations would take pointers from the past.