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By: Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley H.S. Chappaqua, NYFinal Regents Review: Rome By: Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley H.S. Chappaqua, NY
The Geography of Rome
The History of Ancient Italy
Italy in 750 BCE
Influence of the EtruscansWriting Religion The Arch
The Mythical Founding of Rome: Romulus & Remus
The Roman Republic: 509 BCE - 27 BCE
Republican Government2 Consuls (Rulers of Rome) Senate (Representative body for patricians) Tribal Assembly (Representative body for plebeians)
The Twelve Tables, 450 BCE Providing political and social rights for the plebeians.
The Roman Forum
Rome’s Early Road System
Roman Roads: The Appian Way
The Roman Colosseum
The Colosseum Interior
Reform Leaders Military Reformer Tiberius and Gaius Gracchusthe poor should be given grain and small plots of free land. Military Reformer Gaius Marius recruited an army from the poor and homeless. professional standing army.
Civil War & Dictators Julius Caesar Pompey
Crossing the Rubicon, 49 BCThe Die is Cast!
The First Triumvirate Julius Caesar Marcus Licinius CrassusGaius Magnus Pompey
Beware the Ides of March! 44 BCE
The Second TriumvirateOctavian Augustus Marc Antony Marcus Lepidus
The Roman Empire: 27 BCE CE
Octavian Augustus: Rome’s First Emperor
The First Roman Dynasty
Pax Romana: 27 BCE – 180 CE
The Greatest Extent of the Roman Empire – 14 CE
The Rise of Christianity
St. Paul: Apostle to the Gentiles
The Spread of Christianity
Imperial Roman Road System
The Empire in Crisis: 3c
Diocletian Splits the Empire in Two: 294 CE
Constantinople: “The 2nd Rome” (Founded in 330)
Barbarian Invasions: 4c-5c
Attila the Hun: “The Scourge of God”
Byzantium: The Eastern Roman Empire
The Byzantine Empire During the Reign of Justinian
The Byzantine Emperor Justinian
The Legacy of Rome Republic Government Roman Law Latin LanguageRoman Catholic Church City Planning Romanesque Architectural Style Roman Engineering Aqueducts Sewage systems Dams Cement Arch
The Geography of Rome Italy in 750 BCE Influence of the Etruscans Writing Religion The Arch.
By: Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley H.S. Chappaqua, NY.
Ancient Rome and The Roman Empire The Rise and Fall of ROME.
The Geography of Rome. Italy in 750 BCE Influence of the Etruscans Writing Religion The Arch.
750 BC to AD 500 Rome and Early Christianity 1. The Foundations of Rome 2. From Republic to Empire 3. Roman Society and Culture 4. The Rise of Christianity.
Bell Ringer 9/18 Use Map Book pages When did Rome become a republic? 2.What was the capital of the Roman Republic? 3.How is our country like Ancient.
Aim: How did the geography of Rome affect its development? Vocabulary:Vocabulary: peninsulapeninsula maritimemaritime imperialimperial commoditiescommodities.
Rome and the Republic. The Geography of Rome! Italy in 750 BCE.
50,000 miles from Britannia to Tigris-Euphrates The Geography of Rome.
The Geography of Rome Mythical Founding of Rome: Romulus & Remus.
The Geography of Greece Cycladic Civilization Minoan Civilization Mycenaean Civilization.
The Geography of Rome Mythical Romulus and Remus.
Italy in 750 BCE Etruscans: B.C.E Migrated from AnatoliaMigrated from Anatolia Settled near the Po River Valley.Settled near the Po River Valley.
The Geography of Rome The Mythical Founding of Rome: Romulus & Remus.
Roman History Review. The Geography of Rome The Big Idea Rome’s location and government helped it become a major power in the ancient world. Most of.
The Romans. The Geography of Rome Italy in 750 BCE.
Roman Aqueducts. The Roman Colosseum The Colosseum Interior.
The Geography of Rome Italy in 750 BCE The Mythical Founding of Rome: Romulus & Remus.
Miss Buffalino. Rome’s Early Road System Roman Roads: The Appian Way.
“successor” to Greece “carrier” of Greek civilization political model for later Europe measure of success for nations and individuals.
The Legacy of Rome Republic Government Roman Law (basis for West. Civilization law & govt) Latin Language Christianity (facilitates its spread.
Republican Government 2 Consuls (Rulers of Rome) (elected annually by the Senate) Senate (Representative body for patricians) Tribal Assembly (Representative.
The Rise and Fall of the Roman Empire. 509 B.C.E- 29 B.C.E.
The Geography of Rome Geography Livy “Early History of Rome” Livy “Early History of Rome” “Not without reason did gods and men choose this spot for the.
Geography Geography PeninsulaPeninsula Apennine MountainsApennine Mountains Broad fertile plainsBroad fertile plains –Po River valley –The plain of Latium.
Key Vocabulary The Republic Legacies Christianity Important People Early Rome The Roman Empire Potpourri
Roman Empire. Decline of the Roman Republic Main causes for the decline of the republic Spread of slavery in agriculture Migration and unemployment of.
1/8 – Ancient Greece Wrap-Up / Rome Introduction AIMS: 1) What were the advantages of an Athenian or Spartan lifestyle? 2) how was Rome founded? Opener:
Roman History Timeline. Roman Prehistory/Mythological BC 1200 Legendary fall of Troy – Aeneas escapes/Aeneas lands in Italy and wars with Latin tribes.
Chapter 5 The Roman Republic And The Roman Empire.
Why Did Rome Fall? Chapter 6 Section 5. Political Failures and Corruption Diocletian Constantine Oppressive and Corrupt Next Emperor? 50 years = 26 Emperors.
Octavian became the first Roman Emperor in 27 B.C.Octavian became the first Roman Emperor in 27 B.C. The Senate gave him the title of Augustus which meant.
The End of the Republic Chapter Tennessee State Standards 6.64 Describe the influence of Julius Caesar and Augustus in Rome’s transition from a.
Christianity Roman Leaders Roman Society Miscellaneous Roman Inventions.
1. Widening gap between patricians and plebeians 2. Issue of Roman citizenship in colonies 3. Wealth from wars and expansion made leaders (governors and.
Ancient Rome Lasting Legacies Form of Government Important People of Rome Expansion of an Empire Art, Architecture, and Entertainment.
ROME GHW.4.1 Explain the causes and conditions of worldwide voyages of exploration, discovery and conquest. Rome and the Roman Empire.
4 pt 6 pt 8 pt 10 pt Category Final 2 pt Christianity Final Jeopardy.
Roman Republic Etruscans Carthage Senate Patricians Plebeians Consuls Censors Law of the 12 Tables 450 BCE Tribunes Punic War ( B.C.E.) Hannibal.
Unit IV – The Romans From Republic to Empire Copyright 2006; C. Pettinato, RCS High School, All Rights Reserved.
SSWH3: THE STUDENT WILL EXAMINE THE POLITICAL, PHILOSOPHICAL, AND CULTURAL INTERACTION OF CLASSICAL MEDITERRANEAN SOCIETIES FROM 700BCE TO 400 CE A. COMPARE.
BM3 Q3 Review. Standards 6.62—Explain the rise of the Roman Republic and the role of Mythical and historical figures in Roman History, including Romulus.
Decline of the Republic Rise of an Empire. Decline of the Republic Farmers Debts Effect of Hannibal’s invasion Sold farms to rich Unemployment Farmers.
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