Post-Punic Wars Rome - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Loading...

PPT – Post-Punic Wars Rome PowerPoint presentation | free to view - id: 6c8d70-OTFiM



Loading


The Adobe Flash plugin is needed to view this content

Get the plugin now

View by Category
About This Presentation
Title:

Post-Punic Wars Rome

Description:

Post-Punic Wars Rome ... of all of Carthage Land s Rome becomes super power of the Mediterranean Rome continues to expand Gracchi Brothers Tiberius and Gaius ... – PowerPoint PPT presentation

Number of Views:29
Avg rating:3.0/5.0
Slides: 16
Provided by: Michael2626
Category:
Tags: post | punic | rome | tiberius | wars

less

Write a Comment
User Comments (0)
Transcript and Presenter's Notes

Title: Post-Punic Wars Rome


1
Post-Punic Wars Rome
  • Tim Nonet

2
Over View
  • Extremely brief review of Punic Wars
  • Changes in Rome
  • Political
  • Social
  • Military
  • Economic
  • Geographic
  • Gracchi Brothers

3
First Punic War
  • Cause Carthage and Rome both wanted to expand
    but were blocked by each other.
  • First War
  • Carthage and Rome face of in combat
  • Rome is victorious
  • Carthage signs Treaty declaring Rome Victorious

4
Second Punic War
  • Cause Carthage and Rome both wanted to expand
    but were blocked by each other. Same as last war
  • Second War
  • Carthage and Rome face of in combat
  • Hannibal marches for Rome
  • Rome goes on offensive
  • Hannibal returns to Carthage to protect
  • Rome is Victorious

5
Third Punic War
  • Cause Carthage and Rome both wanted to expand
    but were blocked by each other. Same as last war.
  • Second War
  • Carthage and Rome face of in combat
  • Rome goes on offensive for the final time
  • Rome seizes the city of Carthage
  • Rome is Victorious
  • Carthage signs treaty giving all land to Rome.

6
Rome after Wars
7
Political Changes
  • Senate gains influence
  • Comitias Plebus (commoners representatives) lose
    influence
  • After Gracchi brothers Senate loses power
  • Corruption increases and leads to fall of Roman
    Republic and rise of the Empire

8
Social Changes
  • Cities grow as people leave rural areas
  • Number of slaves increase
  • Increase in goods as Rome expands
  • Social unrest from peasants in cities and lack of
    jobs

9
Economic Changes
  • Farm land becomes cheaper as peasants sell land
    to move to cities
  • Increase in large estate and farms as rich Romans
    buy land and use slave labor
  • Slaves become far cheaper
  • Goods from east move into the economy

10
Geographic Changes
  • Rome gains control of all of Carthage Lands
  • Rome becomes super power of the Mediterranean
  • Rome continues to expand

11
Gracchi Brothers
  • Tiberius and Gaius Gracchi
  • Tribunes of Plebeians
  • Fought for decrease in Senate influence and land
    reform

12
Tiberius
  • Sought agrarian reform for peasants
  • Senate opposed reforms because most members
    gained money from farms
  • Tiberius sought a second term which was illegal
    and was beaten to death by a chair

13
Gaius
  • Younger brother of Tiberius
  • Continued agrarian reform
  • Set a limit age on conscription to 17
  • Senate orders death of Gaius
  • Commits suicide

14
Review
  • Rome is expanding
  • Dominate force in Mediterranean
  • Social unrest
  • Changes in demographics
  • Corruption in government
  • Leads to fall of republic

15
Bibliography
  • 1."The Brothers Gracchi." Ancient History
    Encyclopedia. Accessed April 28, 2013.
    http//www.ancient.eu.com/article/95/.
  • 2."The Gracchi Brothers." The Gracchi Brothers.
    Accessed April 28, 2013. http//dante.udallas.edu/
    hutchison/Fall_of_Republic/gracchi_brothers.htm.
  • 3."The Gracchi Brothers." Gracchi Brothers.
    Accessed April 28, 2013. http//www.unrv.com/empir
    e/gracchi-brothers.php.
  • 4."The Punic Wars Change Rome." The Punic Wars
    Change Rome. Accessed April 28, 2013.
    http//www.fsmitha.com/h1/rome07.htm.
  • 5."The Romans." The Classics Pages Antony Kamm's
    '' 2.5 The Punic Wars. Accessed April 28, 2013.
    http//www.the-romans.co.uk/punic.htm.
  • 6."Summary of the Punic Wars." The Finer Times
    War, Crime and History Resource. Accessed April
    28, 2013. http//www.thefinertimes.com/Ancient-War
    s/summary-of-the-punic-wars.html.
  • Picture
  • http//www.mitchellteachers.org/WorldHistory/Ancie
    ntRome/Images/punic_wars/MapofExpansionofRomanRepu
    blicPunicWars.jpg
About PowerShow.com