In what ways did Christianity represent a departure from the ideals and practices of ancient Greece and Rome? When Christianity spread throughout Greece and Rome many Greeks and Romans became Christians. Even though they became Christians they thought that they could mix some of their older religion into Christianity. To this day some “Christians” still have the same practice.
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.” The Visigoths were basically barbarians. Rome and the Visigoths are related because when the Visigoths took refuge in Rome they were treated poorly because they were different. Because Rome did this the Visigoths soon invaded Rome.