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Title: History of the Ancient and Medieval World The Rise of Rome


1
History of the Ancient and Medieval World The
Rise of Rome
  • Walsingham Academy
  • Mrs. McArthur
  • Room 111

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Getting Started Ancient Italy
The Glory that Would Be Rome What images come to
mind? Page 148-149 of text What do these wall
painting tell us about everyday life?
3
Virtual Tour Visit the Vaticans Collection of
Etruscan Artifacts and Art. See NotesView for
Extra-Credit Activity Due by email Friday 11/13
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Romulus and Remus enduring myth of a people and
place
(Check link)
6
Early Roman Dates
753 B.C.E Founding of Rome 509 B.C.E. Romans
expel last Etruscan king 449 B.C.E. Twelve
Tablets erected in Forum 367 B.C.E. Plebeians may
be elected consul. 287 B.C.E. Plebian Assembly
has full binding power on all Roman people
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Beginnings
  • Based on the information provided in your text,
    notes and summarized in your chart,
  • What were Romes early geographical and cultural
    beginnings?
  • A Proud Son Speaks of his Father
  • What virtues or traits does Horace value in
    himself?
  • Why is he proud of his father?

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  • Progress Monitoring Transparency



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  • Color Transparency 25 Statue of a Roman Senator

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Roman Government
  • Based on the information provided in your text
    and lecture notes
  • create a picture showing the political
    organization of the Roman Republic.
  • Be prepared to explain the hierarchy of
    authority.
  • Do not give details of the career path of Roman
    officials (infographic)
  • Write a very brief summarizing statement.

12
Roman Society
  • Based on the information provided in your text,
    notes and summarized in your chart,
  • Describe the various groups of people who
    comprised Roman society. What roles did they play?

13
Military Expansion
  • Based on the information provided in your text,
    notes and summarized in your chart,
  • What were two reasons for Romes expansion
    across the Italian peninsula.
  • What effect did its success have on Roman
    government and society?

Test Yourself
14
Key Dates
Conquest of Italian Peninsula 340-338
B.C.E Romans put down revolt of Latins Conquest
of the Mediterranean 264-146 B.C.E. 3 Wars
against Carthage (Punic Wars) 199-146 B.C.E. Rome
conquers Greek city-states 133 B.C.E. Rome
dominates Mediterranean (Tiberius Gracchus
elected Tribune)
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4 Key Principles
Click on image
  • A Just war (Gods would not give Rome a victory
    for aggression.)
  • Generosity toward the conquered
  • Divide and Rule
  • Tenacity Once embarked on policy, dont abandon
    it.

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  • Color Transparency 26 Hannibal

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  • Note Taking Transparency 68

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Questions to Consider
  • Was Rome drawn into its conflicts or was it
    aggressive all the time?
  • What connections were there between Roman social
    values and military activity?

Carthago delenda est (Carthage must be
destroyed) Cato the Elder, Senator 149 B.C.E.
What is the Order of the Cincinnati?
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  • Progress Monitoring Transparency

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In-Class Activity Cause and Effect
  • Synthesis Using your text and lecture notes,
    answer
  • How did Rome transform itself from Republic to
    Empire?
  • What is imperialism (definition/geographic) and
    What policies aided Romes expansion?
  • What strains (a) abroad and (b) at home resulted?
  • What efforts emerged to address these problems?
  • How did Julius Caesar embody this transformation?
    And what lesson can one draw from his
    assassination?
  • 5. Practice Test Question Describe 2 positive
    and 2 negative ways that winning an empire
    affected Rome.

21
Roman Dominions Late Republic
22
Label the graphic organizer based on The Rise of
Rome (Chapter 5, Sec. 1)
23
Assignment 1
  • Read pages 150-151 of text
  • Identify Etruscans
  • Complete questions 2-3 of Map Skills
  • Answer Checkpoint question
  • Complete Map Assignment
  • Complete Geography Photocopy Assignment

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Assignment 2
  • Read pp 151-154 of text.
  • Define 8 bold, blue terms
  • Complete Notetaking Chart (model at bottom right
    on pp. 150 if you loose your handout)

Young girl with stylus
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Assignment 3
  • Knowledge-based participation check, Sec. 1
  • Read pp 155-157 of text.
  • Identify 3 vocabulary words in blue
  • Interactive Map Activity including questions, pp
    156.

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Assignment 4
  • Read pp 157-159 (top) of text. Be sure to read
    all sections (biography of Caesar, with question
    etc.)
  • Notetaking Chart
  • Answer the Comprehension question 4 Section 2
    Assessment, pp 160
  • See NotesView, slide 3 for Extra-Credit
    Activity Due by email Friday 11/13

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Assignment 5
  • A Plea for Reform
  • According to Tiberius Gracchus, what group is
    being unfairly treated?
  • What is unfair about their treatment?
  • Enjoy Meet Me in St. Louis!
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