Presentation on theme: "EUROPE - The adventure of discovery The Latin Language amoI love amas you love amathe/she loves amamuswe love amatisyou love amantthey love AMARE = to."— Presentation transcript:
EUROPE - The adventure of discovery The Latin Language amoI love amas you love amathe/she loves amamuswe love amatisyou love amantthey love AMARE = to love insulanominative (subject) insula you love insulamaccusative (object) insulaegenitive insulaedative insulaablative INSULA = an island an amateur photographer (= lover of photography) an amorous look … I’m not enamoured of … an example of insular thought I live on a peninsular. (pen = almost) The machine is poorly insulated.
EUROPE - The adventure of discovery The Latin Language – noun inflections insulanominative (subject) Insula bella est. insula you love O insula, te amo insulamaccusative (object)Insulam amo insulaegenitiveInsulae dicit. insulaedativeHistoriam insulae amo insulaablativePuer insulae est. INSULA = an island......
EUROPE - The adventure of discovery Language Sources The Origin of Western Languages some Latin sentences the Latin Language Latin proverbs Latin course for beginners Latin expressions used in English French words used in English the Anglo-Norman language I love you. Te amo. Je t’aime. Te quiero. Ti amo.
EUROPE - The adventure of discovery Christianity has been fundamental to the history of EuropeChristianity around time JC was born, many different sects in RomanEmpire by 400 AD, Christianity was dominant Jews had long believed a Saviour would be born to lead them Jesus was born in Nazareth under Roman rule little known of early life, but in 27 AD he began preaching he told many parables and performed miracles of healing the Jewish authorites accused him of blasphemy the Romans under Pontius Pilate tried and crucified himPontius Pilate he is believed to have come to life again after three days (the Resurrection) Christianity
EUROPE - The adventure of discovery Jesus Christ - Preacher
EUROPE - The adventure of discovery "The Last Supper""The Last Supper" - by Leonardo da Vinciby Leonardo da Vinci
EUROPE The Crucifixion of Jesus Christ by the Romans The adventure of discovery
EUROPE - The adventure of discovery Emperor Constantine Christians were persecuted for their faith many died cruelly in the Romans' amphitheatres the Emperor Constantine recognized Christianity in 313 AD he is said to have adopted the Christian symbol by painting it on his soldiers' shields before a successful battle thanks to him, Christianity became deeply rooted by the 5th century
EUROPE - The adventure of discovery in 500 BC, Celts were dominant European power they had expanded from southern Germany not a nation, more a conferation of tribes with shared culture influence stretched from Spain to Britain, Germany and Northern Italy and as far as Anatolia they were tribal farmers gathered around their Chiefs’ strongholds they were bound together by the Druids; learned priests, lawmakers, bards & sagesDruids Celts also had artists, musicians & metalworkers they traded with Rome, Greece & other countries, but were not much influenced by them The Celts – 500 BC to 43 AD Who were The Celts? Neolithic Stones
EUROPE - The adventure of discovery each Celt was a freeman with individual rights Druidic justice was famous and tribal bonds strong chiefs were elected by tribespeople, and high-kings by the Chiefs both could be deposed if not doing well they were fierce warriors; and used iron for weapons and tools in 390 BC they sacked Rome & in 280 BC they raided Greece & Anatolia they also fought amongst themselves; the Romans exploited this when invading Gaul (France) & Britain the British leader (Caractarus) was betrayed by other Celts disunited, the Celts lost their independence in 43 to 80 AD they later accepted Roman rule and fought for them against Germanic barbarians their culture lives on in Ireland, Brittany, Cornwall and parts of Wales & Scotland (The Celts & their languages - the Breton Language)The Celts & their languages the Breton Language The Celts – 500 BC to 43 AD Who were The Celts?
the Huns were fearsome warriors the complex routes of the barbarians in the early part of the first millenium
EUROPE - The adventure of discovery The Celts – Boudicea Celtic Peoples Today
cooking & washing took place around the central fire people slept around the inside of the wall A Celtic roundhouse