These are all correct. And Rome was indeed the last kingdom, as represented by the iron legs/feet and 10 toes. I believe the 10 toes represented the Caesars; the kings that existed during the generation of Christ, who established the kingdom (Church) during the days of those kings.THE IMAGE OF A MAN.
1) HEAD = Babylon
2) BREAST & ARMS = Medo Perisa
3) BELLY & THIGHTS = Greece
4) LEG & FEET = Rome (?)
This picture image of the man is used in a couple of different ways with in Daniel. As here in chapter 2 of the man image as again in chapter 7 of the four beast.
THE FOUR BEASTS OUT OF THE SEA
1) LION = Babylon
2) BEAR = Medo Perisa
3) LEOPARD = Greece
4) FOUR BEAST = Rome (?)
Again in chapter 8 we can fine the same reference to kingdoms as beast. Here Daniel described a Ram, He Goat and a little horn.
The Ram is correct; Medes and Persians as is also recorded in the book of Daniel. The "He Goat" is definitely Greece. This He Goat possessed a large single horn representing Alexander the Great. The large single horn was broken off, and divided into four horns, representing Greece being divided into four kingdoms after Alexander's death.VISION OF THREE BEAST
1)RAM = Medo Perisa
2)HE GOAT = Greece
3)LITTLE HORN = (?)
The "little horn" is Antiochus IV Ephiphanes who exalted himself above God, and all that is called god, and by his very name, declared himself to be divine. It is he who over-powered the Saints, and persecuted many of them. Those who "knew their God" remained faithful and received a little help (referring to the Jewish rebels). But they would be tried, purified, and cleaned in preparation for the day they would be revealed "at the time of the end", thus referring to their resurrection, of which Daniel would also partake.
I'd like you to take note of something. Notice how Daniel 8:14 says that the morning and evening sacrifices are taken away for 2,300 days. But in chapter 12 its a total of 1290 days from the time that evening and morning sacrifices are taken away, and not 2,300 evenings and mornings.
Ever wonder why they are different?
The answer is in you bro...I know you can figure this one out.