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A Visual Journey Along the Silk Road Part 4: Chapters 19-27 Designed by Tamara Anderson Rundlett Middle School Concord, NH
Part 4 The Blue Silk Makes Its Way From Petra to Alexandria
This is a sedan chair, like what Claudius Rufus Gallus arrived to the marketplace in. It is probably different in design than the one in the story.
This tunic may be similar to the one worn by Claudius Rufus Gallus and other Romans.
Togas were worn by male citizens of Rome who held good social status.
Firmus Octavius Parro crossed the Red Sea to the Egyptian Desert
They traveled down the Nile River toward Alexandria, the seaport to the Mediterranean Sea where they would sail across into Rome.
Some of the animals Firmus and his men saw as they sailed down the Nile.
This might be like the quays that Firmus walked along looking for a ship into Rome.
A wharf is a place where boats are docked.
Some of the items that Claudius bragged hed be taking back to Rome to sell.
Isis The goddess of healing, widows, young girls, and the sea.
The Blue Silk Arrives in Rome
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The Roman Imperial Soldiers that Julia Sabina and her slave, Melissa saw as they entered the Roman square.
Roman Coliseum Computer Reproduction of the Roman square The City Gate Images of Rome
Coins from ancient Rome
A porters job is to carry items to be transported. Like the porters who carried the blue silk to its final destination…to be made into Julias wedding dress!
A Visual Journey Along the Silk Road Part 3: Chapters Designed by Tamara Anderson Rundlett Middle School Concord, NH.
A Visual Journey Along the Silk Road Part 2: Chapters Designed by Tamara Anderson Rundlett Middle School Concord, NH.
A Visual Journey Along the Silk Road Part 1: Chapters 1-9 Designed by Tamara Anderson Rundlett Middle School Concord, NH.
The Lost Brother. Once upon a time there was a young boy who lived in ancient Egypt. He lived in a small house with his father, mother, two sisters and.
People go to Egypt on holiday. What do you think Egypt might be like? SAMPLE SLIDE Random Slides From This PowerPoint Show.
Ancient Rome was a civilization in the hills along the Tiber River. Ancient Rome conquered new lands and surrounded the Mediterranean Sea. Mediterranean.
Explore connections between East and West in the First Century CE.
The Story of Moses Prince of Egypt Primary 1 TIOF (RERC - June)
Jeopardy $100 River & Seas Social Hierarchy & Language Other Characteristics of a Civilization Religion & Food Gifts of the Nile $200 $300 $400 $500 $400.
Ancient Egyptian Transportation by Haylei Torres Jacqueline Madrid Christina Halloran Period 1 January 2016.
Jeopardy $100 Key TermsThe Nile Kingdoms & Contributions PharaohsHodgepodge $200 $300 $400 $500 $400 $300 $200 $100 $500 $400 $300 $200 $100 $500 $400.
*Greece is a country on the continent of Europe. *Greece is located near the Mediterranean Sea.
by: Emilie, Sara, Sam, Chris
We Are Learning To… Know the story of the River Nile Understand the importance of the River Nile in Ancient Egypt.
ROME AND THE ROMAN EMPIRE By Mathis. Who Founded Rome ? A group of shepherds, Latins and Sabiens came together and fortified a hill they called “Capitole”
Overview A desire to grow rich and spread Christianity, along with the development of new technology, began to push Europeans to explore foreign lands.
The River Thames.
Mrs. Saitta Rome’s Beginnings. Location: Middle of the Mediterranean Sea Long narrow peninsula – boot shaped Toe of boot points towards Sicily Two mountain.
Ancient Rome. Origins of Rome Italy is in the middle of the Mediterranean region. Rome is 15 miles up the Tiber River from the Mediterranean Sea. The.
SS.6.W.4.10 & SS.6.G.5.2. A Chinese explorer named Zhang Qian is often called the Father of the Silk Road. In 138 B.C.E., a Han emperor sent him west.
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