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Rome Geography Rome Rome is located on a peninsula
Rome Geography Rome Rome is located on a peninsula - presentation

briana-ran

Located along the Mediterranean sea. Mediterranean climate. The . Alps and . Appinies. . m. ountain ranges protect Rome from outsiders and made it difficult to travel across the peninsula. Home of Mt. Vesuvius (volcano).

Ancient Rome Rome wasn’t built in a day
Ancient Rome Rome wasn’t built in a day - presentation

cheryl-pis

Rome was established in the year . 735. by a . group of people called the . Latins. .. For many years Rome was ruled by a people . called the Etruscans. The Roman’s learned many things from them .

Classical  Rome Greece & Rome
Classical Rome Greece & Rome - presentation

giovanna-b

Rome. Greece. Roman Republic & Empire. Jupiter, Juno, Apollo, Diana, Minerva, and Venus. Very similar to the Greek gods and goddesses!. Roman gods and goddesses. Rome: Centrally located in the Mediterranean Basin and distant from eastern Mediterranean powers.

The Fall of Rome Road to Destruction
The Fall of Rome Road to Destruction - presentation

giovanna-b

A.D. 284, Emperor Diocletian, a Roman general. Rome too big for one person to rule. Split Rome . A.D. 306 Constantine emperor. Moves capital from Rome to Byzantium. . (Rome’s position/location had weakened).

Chapter 1 Section 4 The Lasting Contributions of Rome
Chapter 1 Section 4 The Lasting Contributions of Rome - presentation

jane-oiler

Big Idea. Get your book!!!. Anticipatory Set. Alias, alibi, camera, extra, focus, media, radius, and recipe. . These are words that were created by the Romans.. What other things can you think of that the Romans gave us?.

World History Ancient Civilizations Chapter  The Rise of Rome Chapter  The Rise of Rome Lesson  The Geography of Ancient Rome MAIN IDEAS Culture Stories about the beginnings of Rome are a mix of legen
World History Ancient Civilizations Chapter The Rise of Rom - pdf

myesha-tic

Geography The people who settled Rome chose a geographic location that was good for defense travel and trade Economics To survive Roman farmers relied on discipline and hard work The Beginnings of Rome ESSENTIAL QUESTION What is the early history of

Chapter 2 The Fall of Rome
Chapter 2 The Fall of Rome - presentation

pasty-tole

Pg 20-21. Key Terms and People. Section 1. Augustus. citizens. aqueducts. Section 2. Diocletian. Constantine. Clovis. Attila. corruption. Section 3. Justinian. Theodora. Byzantine Empire. mosaics. 1- Augustus.

Rome the Republic
Rome the Republic - presentation

celsa-spra

Government. Republic. 2 elected consuls were the head. Served a one-year term. Controlled the army. Senate. Leaders from the Patricians. Law-makers. Controlled spending. Chosen by Consuls. Served for life.

The Grandeur that was Rome
The Grandeur that was Rome - presentation

ellena-man

Instructor: K. . Kapparis. TA: Kat . Klos. WHY STUDY ROME?. What is Roman (Greek) about this building?. What about this building?. Perhaps something more local?. Rome is more than architecture: It is lifestyle.

Founding of  Rome 753 B.C.E
Founding of Rome 753 B.C.E -

windbey

Romulus and Remus. Twin brothers who founded Rome.. Legend of Birth of Rome. Livy (historian) wrote about the site of the city in his work The Early History of Rome. “Not without reason did gods and men choose this spot for the site of our city - the healthy hills, the river to bring us produce from the inland regions and sea-borne commerce from abroad, the sea itself, near enough for convenience yet not so near as to bring danger from foreign fleets, our situation in the very heart of Italy - all these advantages make if of all places in the world the best for a city destined to grow great.” .

ROME AND THE RISE OF CHRISTIANITY, 600 BC-500 AD
ROME AND THE RISE OF CHRISTIANITY, 600 BC-500 AD - presentation

aaron

CHAPTER 5. http://www.mitchellteachers.net/WorldHistory/AncientRome/Images/MapRomeEmpireAtHeight.jpg. The Rise of Rome. Latins. , Greeks, and Etruscans settle in Italy by 550 BC. Latin herders and farmers came first to area near present city of Rome, by 1000 BC.

Rome:
Rome: - presentation

karlyn-boh

The . Beginning. https://. www.youtube.com/watch?v=oPf27gAup9U. . Reference sites. http. ://. www.localhistories.org/romhist.html. . http://. www.roman-empire.net/children/history.html. http://. www.tribunesandtriumphs.org/roman-empire/brief-history-of-rome.htm.

Roman Kings and the founding of Rome
Roman Kings and the founding of Rome - presentation

aaron

The . Aeneid. Aeneas escaped from burning Troy with his father, . Anchises. , on his back and his son, . Ascanius. in tow.. Family Tree. Son of . Anchisis. and Venus (Aphrodite). Son w/ Creusa @ Troy- .

Rome:
Rome: - presentation

marina-yar

The Beginning. c. 750 BCE: Latins (tribe) settle what becomes Rome. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fa02Me27sYw&feature=share&list=PL94166D8B8C3BB66D. Rome went from . A small farming village by the Tiber River.

Military history of ancient Rome
Military history of ancient Rome - presentation

mitsue-sta

The fighting men who made . rome. legendary . Essential question . What role did Rome’s military play in its expansion from a relatively small city-state to an empire?. Ruled by foreign powers. Rome’s military might was among the primary reasons the Republic was able to conquer and control so much territory.

A brief history of  ancient Rome
A brief history of ancient Rome - presentation

sherrill-n

Kyle Swanson. Why . rome. ?. Why Rome?. Expanse of the Ancient Rome. Over 1200 years. 5,000,000 km. 2. . (1,930,511 . sq. mi). Legacy. Latin. History. It’s fun!. The Kings (753-510 BCE). The Republic (510-27 BCE).

Ancient Rome AP European History
Ancient Rome AP European History - presentation

calandra-b

Objectives. Explain how geography influenced the development of Rome. Discuss the evolution of Roman government. Describe the growth of the Roman Empire. Compare/Contrast the effectiveness of Roman leaders.

  Welcome to Rome
  Welcome to Rome - presentation

mitsue-sta

Geography of Rome. Rome is the capital city of Italy and Lazio with about 3 million residents.. It . is located in the central-western portion of the Italian peninsula on the Tiber river. . River Tiber.

Punic Wars Rome’s First Battle For Territory
Punic Wars Rome’s First Battle For Territory -

hoodrona

Rome and Carthage both bordered the Mediterranean Sea. Rome – central Europe . Carthage – Northern Africa. The Med Sea = $$$$$$$$$$$$$$. This started the First Punic War. 1. st. Punic War. 264-241 BCE.

Ancient Rome Roman Geography and Conflict
Ancient Rome Roman Geography and Conflict - presentation

aaron

Location. Italian Peninsula—halfway between Northern and Southern Italy. Midpoint of Mediterranean Sea. Advantage: Send military in all directions! . Roman Geography and Conflict. Place . Society divided into two classes.

The Birth of Rome Chapter 6 part 1
The Birth of Rome Chapter 6 part 1 - presentation

celsa-spra

The Birth of Rome Chapter 6 part 1 According to one legend, Rome was founded on April 21, 753 BC by twin brothers descended from the Trojan prince Aeneas. The Aeneid is a Latin epic poem written by Virgil in the late 1st century BC (29–19 BCE) that tells the legendary story of Aeneas, a Trojan who traveled to Italy, where he became the ancestor of the Romans.

HoNORS  SEMINAR IN ROME May 20-June 17, 2017
HoNORS SEMINAR IN ROME May 20-June 17, 2017 - presentation

marina-yar

Class HONS 4900. Leadership in Italy. With a total of four weeks, three weeks will be dedicated to ancient Rome, Florence and Venice – connected back to modern theoretical perspectives on leadership. One week will be dedicated to modern European Leadership styles. .

Civil War in Rome and the End of the Roman Republic
Civil War in Rome and the End of the Roman Republic - presentation

yoshiko-ma

© Student Handouts, Inc.. www.studenthandouts.com. Tiberius Gracchus . and Land Reform. Gaius Gracchus . and Reform. Differing Parties Continued to Argue. Military Dictators Come to Power. Why did military dictators come to power?.

The Birth of Rome Lesson 21:
The Birth of Rome Lesson 21: - presentation

myesha-tic

Objective: SWBAT describe the origins of the Roman Empire. . From: http://www.mainlesson.com/display.php?author=haaren&book=rome&story=_contents. The Aeneid. Part 1. According to one legend, Rome was founded .

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