In what ways did Christianity represent a departure from the ideals and practices of ancient Greece and Rome? When Christianity spread throughout all the Greco-Roman world, many Greco-Romans became Christians. Even if they were Christians though, that did not mean that they had to give up some of their Greco-Roman art, skills, practices, etc. In fact, they brought all of those stuff with them and even changed them a little bit so that they fit in with their new religion (Christianity). So many Christians today still practice those things from Greco-Romans from hundreds of years ago.
Discuss the relationship between Rome and the Visigoths. According to Wikipedia, “The Visigoths were an early Germanic people who, along with the Ostrogoths, constituted the two major political entities of the Goths within the Roman Empire in late antiquity, or what is known as the Migration Period.” So, they were basically barbarians. The way that these two groups are related are when the Visigoths looked for refuge among the Romans, and because they were a different people, they were treated poorly. Because of this, the Visigoths eventually invaded Rome and ransacked it until the Roman Empire paid them to leave.