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Wayne E. Sirmon HI 101 – Western Civilization
History 101 Western Civilization To 1660 History 101 Western Civilization To 1660 Wayne E. Sirmon
History 101 Western Civilization To 1660 History 101 Western Civilization To 1660 “The story of how we’ve gone from the Garden of Eden to Mobile, Alabama”
History 101 Western Civilization To 1660 History 101 Western Civilization To 1660 Webpage: Syllabus Presentations Changes Study Aids
History 101 Western Civilization To 1660 History 101 Western Civilization To 1660 Webpage: Links to UM & USA Bio & Links
History 101 Western Civilization To 1660 History 101 Western Civilization To 1660 Religion and Politics… Hebrew Society Rise of Christianity Islam Reformation
History 101 Western Civilization To 1660 History 101 Western Civilization To 1660 Religion and Politics… Greek Polis Roman Republic Carolingian Empire The European Nation-State
History 101 Western Civilization To 1660 History 101 Western Civilization To 1660 “History does not repeat itself… but it does rhyme.” - Mark Twain
Wayne E. Sirmon HI 104 – World History World History since 1500.
A Brief History of Rome. Rome, Geographically Latins, Etruscans Latins, Etruscans Tiber River Tiber River Greek colonies Greek colonies 509 BC—founding.
■ Essential Question: – What were the important themes of Periodization 1 and 2? – What are the important themes of Periodization 3: Transition to the.
1. Roman numerals 2. Generator helper.com/tools_romannumeralgenerator.htmhttp://www.genealogy- helper.com/tools_romannumeralgenerator.htm.
Fact or Fib Unit 5a Reformation. 1. The new theological doctrine that emerged from the Protestant Reformation was primarily about salvation by the grace.
EARLY HISTORY. 2 million-200,000 BC Nomadic humans live in bands, hunting and gathering for food.
Welcome to 6E Social Studies! A Study of Ancient Civilizations.
AGES OF HISTORY (part 2) Middle Ages. Ages of History Last classes it’s been studied that History is divided in Prehistory and Human History. Prehistory.
– Objective: Explain how government has progressed throughout history. Activity: – Using the “Brief History of Government” reading create a flow chart.
MIDDLE AGES. Begins – Fall of Western Roman Empire Ends – Renaissance Called “Middle Ages” – time period in between Classical Age (Greeks/Romans)
The Postclassical Period, 500 – 1450 CE. The post-Classical Period was once viewed as a confusing stage Reasons: Large geographical area, more civilizations.
DO NOW: Awaken…. -You each have one slip of paper -Based on your description and your needs… find other members of society to live with…
Trimester Review. During the Middle Ages what was the force that provided unification and stability throughout Europe?
Medieval Europe. Essential Questions How did the Germanic kingdoms that took over the Western Roman Empire differ from the society the Romans had organized.
The Making of Europe Chapter 12. p327 I. The Emergence of Europe in the Early Middle Ages A. The New Germanic Kingdoms 1. The Kingdom of the Franks.
EUROPE HUMAN GEOGRAPHY. ANCIENT GREECE City-State: * Political unit made up of the city and it’s immediate surrounding area. (Athens & Sparta) Birth of.
Middle Ages (medium aevum) 1)The Middle Ages matter because the modern western, European world took shape during the Middle Ages; 2)Modern Western European.
Read pages in the textbook. Answer questions 1 (Terms & Names), 3-6. Due Friday.
Transforming the Roman World (The Dark Ages) World History I.
Rise of Christianity. Religion in the Roman Republic Roman empire tolerated diversity of its subjects –Citizens must show loyalty by worshipping Roman.
Postclassical Period Overview 500 – 1450 C.E.. The Postclassical Period was a time of great dynamism. There was a lot going on. – Medieval Europe was.
Chapter 10 Summary (Western Europe) Middle Ages-postclassical period in western Europe Middle ages stretch between the fall of Roman empire and the 15.
Rome as an Empire Ms. Moran SWBAT:. Julius Caesar Roman military and political leader His conquest of Gaul (France) extended the Roman world to the Atlantic.
CHC2D – Canadian History Since World One Unit 4 – Lesson #02 After the Cold War.
Mediterranean Middle East Turkey & Lebanon Western Influence; located near Europe.
Unit 3 Introduction Regional and Trans-Regional Interactions 600 CE
Aim: How did classical civilizations contribute to today’s world? Do-Now: Key Words Military, Political, Economic, Social, Polis, Athens, Sparta, Mandate.
Mediterranean Middle East Turkey & Lebanon Turkey Very Modern, Western and Progressive WHY IS TURKEY SO MODERN AND WESTERN? Location?
The Fall of the Western Empire TROUBLED TIMES TWO ABLE EMPERORS THE FINAL INVASION CAUSES OF DECLINE.
CHAPTER 10 Copyright © 2006 by the McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
You find patterns. You use rhymes. You use stories. You relate them to what you already know.
Judeo-Christian Tradition Prologue / Section 2. Judaism Much of what is known of early history of the Hebrews, (Jews) is contained in the first 5 books.
By: Emily Blonigen Jennifer Groshek Mark Henning.
Ch. 6, Medieval Europe Gr. 7. Review Sections 6-1,6-2 Section 1, The Early Middle Ages Saw the blending of Christian, Germanic, and Roman ways to create.
■ Essential Question: – What were the important themes of Periodizations 1 and 2? – What are the important themes of Periodization 3: Transition to the.
1. Return & correct Quiz 2. Download Video Notes 3. Ancient Civilization video iew/assetGuid/FF98EA7C-A89F-475D-
Monday October 29th, Wireless access 2.Check entitled Bubble Map 3.Memory refresh “Life in Athens” 4.Read p. 151 to download “Sparta”
The Classical Era Unit 2 Introduction. What is the “Classical Era”? Roughly 600 BC to 600 AD Noted for the development of complex empires in three key.
Instructions Anything written in yellow (slow down and pay attention) is useful information. You should write it in your notes IN YOUR OWN WORDS. Anything.
The Classical Period 600 b.c.e to 600 c.e Paul Tully, Skylar Mullins, Sam Dietz, Mark Kreutzer.
Ancient Rome 750 B.C. – A.D. 500 Roman Creation Story Romulus and Remus.
The Fall of the Roman Empire (Early Civilization) The Middle Ages The Renaissance (Modern Civilization) Europe
The “Dark Ages”. 2 “The Dark Ages is a term applied in its widest sense to that period of intellectual depression in the history of Europe from the establishment.
A GIANT World History A Review. SSHS-S2C2-01. Describe the development of early prehistoric people, their agriculture, and settlements. Australopithecines,
This empire lacked a “principle of succession” or rule for who inherits the throne.
RISE OF CHRISTIANITY. Religion in the Roman Empire Polytheistic & based upon the Greek gods Romans were not very emotional about their religion.
+ Religion and Democracy Rise of Democratic Ideas Day 3.
10/13 – 10/16. * Give one example of modern cultural diffusion. * Make sure to explain your answer.
Setting the Stage THE RISE OF ISLAM C.E..
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