I do not support the proposition "Resolve: Rome Achieved Greatness Because of Greek Influence". Although Rome did adopt some of Greece's inventions, they did not achieve greatness because of that. One way that Rome achieved greatness was because of it's large collection of roads and streets. This helped them because it provided a safe, fast means of transportation for the Roman armies and traders. This army helped Rome gain more land, and the traders increased Rome's economy. There are many other things that helped Rome achieve greatness, but I'll give the affirmative team a chance to say something now.