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Chapter 9 The Glory of Ancient Rome Chapter PreviewChapter 9 The Glory of Ancient Rome Chapter Preview
In this chapter you will discover how people lived in ancient Rome. You will also learn about the birth of Christianity, its effect on Rome, and the collapse of the Roman Empire
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The Philosophers of the Hellenistic and Christian Eras Before he died in 323The Philosophers of the Hellenistic and Christian Eras Before he died in 323
Before he died in 323 b c at age thirty-two, Aristotle's student, Alexander the Great
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Comparisons to focus onComparisons to focus on
Understanding of how and why the collapse of the empire was more severe in Western Europe than it was in the Asian Empires
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Hui216 Italian Civilization Andrea FediHui216 Italian Civilization Andrea Fedi
Agrippina marries Emperor Claudius, who adopts Nero
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Disasters of Ancient RomeDisasters of Ancient Rome
Throughout their history, ancient Romans faced disasters, from volcanic eruptions to storms on the sea, to "man-made" disasters such fires and invasion. All of these events resulted in upheaval, injury and death
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Unit Outline: Ancient Rome and The Roman Empire Geography of Italy and Early RomeUnit Outline: Ancient Rome and The Roman Empire Geography of Italy and Early Rome
Etruscans ruled most of central Italy – their legacy was the toga and the organization of the Roman Army
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The Fall of Rome the empire weakensThe Fall of Rome the empire weakens
The expense of paying the military to deal with these issues caused an economic crisis. Between 235 and 284 ad, 20 emperors reigned; all but one died violently
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Romans & Christians (I) PolytheismRomans & Christians (I) Polytheism
Being pious was very important, as the gods didn’t differentiate in punishment. The gods punished everyone for the fault of the few. Polytheists were generally more tolerant towards other religions than the monotheists were
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The Byzantine Empire The Eastern Roman EmpireThe Byzantine Empire The Eastern Roman Empire
Constantinople. All of the citizens of this empire fancied themselves Romans and Christians, yet the empire was very Hellenized and most people spoke Greek, not Latin
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E. Napp Date: The First HumansE. Napp Date: The First Humans
Anthropologists (studying the origins of humans) – Louis and Mary Leakey discovered evidence that suggests human beings first appeared in the Great Rift Valley of East Africa
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Reading Guide Chapter 6 Section 1; The Roman Republic (p. 155)Reading Guide Chapter 6 Section 1; The Roman Republic (p. 155)
Twin sons of the god Mars & a Latin princess. They built the city of Rome near the Tiber River
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His 101 04 daily quiz 12His 101 04 daily quiz 12
Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire; the greatest, perhaps, and most awful scene in the history of mankind. Edward Gibbon 1787
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Guess the Test #8Guess the Test #8
Explain what life was like in Europe after the fall of the Roman Empire in 475 ad
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Chapter 7 Test Review Chapter 7, Section 4: Roman Society and CultureChapter 7 Test Review Chapter 7, Section 4: Roman Society and Culture
Terms to Know: civil service, succession, Epicureanism, Stoicism, satire, gladiators
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Guess the Test #8Guess the Test #8
Explain what life was like in Europe after the fall of the Roman Empire in 475 ad
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