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The Chinese Empire The Great Unification: The Ch’in, 256-206 bcThe Chinese Empire The Great Unification: The Ch’in, 256-206 bc
BC, these independent states began to war among themselves over territory and influence. So chaotic was this period, that the Chinese refer to it as The Warring States period
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Roman cultureRoman culture
Centered in the city of Rome, the civilization of Ancient Rome ruled much of Europe for over 1000 years. The arts flourished during this time and were often used by the wealthy and powerful to memorialize their deeds and heritage
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Mizzou Mandarin – Chinese Level 1 Brief Introduction to ChinaMizzou Mandarin – Chinese Level 1 Brief Introduction to China
Listen to and enjoy some classic Chinese folk music
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Beautiful Savior Academy Home SchoolBeautiful Savior Academy Home School
Giving you all the information to get started, study ancient Mexico and the history and unique daily lives of the Aztec people. Find out about their religion, their science, their lives and cities and gods
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Ancient Rome In the Beginning…Ancient Rome In the Beginning…
The Empire starting shrinking. The Huns, Visigoths, Franks, Vandals, Saxons and other barbarian tribes overran the empire
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Hui216 Italian Civilization Andrea FediHui216 Italian Civilization Andrea Fedi
The process of military expansion is connected to development of a social/cultural identity
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Test: Ancient Rome June 9, 2008 part one: Multiple ChoiceTest: Ancient Rome June 9, 2008 part one: Multiple Choice
Please write the letter that corresponds to the correct answer next to the appropriate number on the answer sheet
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Chapter 8 The Rise of Ancient Rome Chapter PreviewChapter 8 The Rise of Ancient Rome Chapter Preview
Word Analysis In this section you will learn how to recognize and pronounce unfamiliar words by recognizing word origins and by breaking down words into prefixes, suffixes, and roots
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Ancient Rome Main IdeaAncient Rome Main Idea
The ancient Romans made important contributions to government, law, and engineering. The cultural achievements of the Romans continue to influence the art, architecture, and literature of today
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The Mexican wars for independence killed approx. 500K  warfare also left thousands disabled, orphaned, and widowedThe Mexican wars for independence killed approx. 500K  warfare also left thousands disabled, orphaned, and widowed
Mexico also experienced slow population growth in the decades after independence  population of 2 million in 1820, only 3 million by 1860
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Andrew Yang Ms. Bergen/ Mrs. DownerAndrew Yang Ms. Bergen/ Mrs. Downer
Homer that it had brought much Roman nationalism and was known by all educated Romans. With Virgil’s ability to imitate the styles of great poets he was able to construct the national epic of Rome
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Politics in Classical Civilizations: Part I—Written DocumentsPolitics in Classical Civilizations: Part I—Written Documents
Name Class Period
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Barbarians, Christianity, & Charlemagne Quiz Study your notes, movie sheet, and packets as well!Barbarians, Christianity, & Charlemagne Quiz Study your notes, movie sheet, and packets as well!
Visigoths, Vikings, Huns, Saxons, Franks, Anglos, Picts, Vandals, Celts, Ostrogoths
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The Nature of Augustus and his RegimeThe Nature of Augustus and his Regime
What do students need to know of the man known to history as the first emperor of Rome, Augustus?
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Augustus: The First Emperor of RomeAugustus: The First Emperor of Rome
In the biography, Augustus: Rome’s First Emperor, Anthony Everitt really tries to convey Augustus by not only telling how he perceived himself, but also how others perceived him like Mark Antony or Cicero
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