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Title: Chapter 11 The Roman Republic Section 1 Geography and the Rise of Rome


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Chapter 11 The Roman Republic Section 1 Geography
and the Rise of Rome
2
What are the physical features of Italy?
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Why were most Ancient Roman Cities built on
hilltops?
  • Most ancient cities in Italy were built on
    hilltops because they could defend their cities
    better.

4
Who was Aeneas?
5
  • Remus and Romulus are legendary brothers who were
    descendants of Aeneas, a Trojan hero. After they
    grew up they became angry with one another,
    battling until Remus was killed by Romulus.
    Romulus founded and named the city of Rome after
    himself.

6
Who were the Etruscans?
7
Romes Seven Hills
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Romes 7 hills during Etruscan rule
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The Early Roman Empire
10
The Early Roman Republic
  • The government first created in 509 BC was called
    a republic. What is a republic?

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What is a dictator?
  • Who was Cincinnatus?

12
  • Who were the Plebeians?

13
  • Who were the patricians?

14
Summary
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Section 2 Government and Society
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Magistrates
  • Who are magistrates?

17
  • Who were the consuls?

18
The Senate
  • What was the senate?

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Assembly
  • What was the assembly?

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Who were the Tribunes?
21
Roman Government
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What does veto mean?
23
What is Latin?
24
What is Civic Duty?
25
What are Checks and Balances?
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  • Like the United States Government, the Romans had
    a system of checks and balances. This system was
    put into place so one part of the government
    would not become too strong.

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What was the Law of Twelve Tables?
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  • The United States Constitution was written to
    protect peoples rights. The Romans created the
    Roman Law of the Twelve Tables to protect the
    rights of their citizens.

29
  • The Romans loved to be out in the city. What was
    the Forum?

30
The Forum in Ancient Times
The Forum Today
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Section 3 The Late Republic
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  • What was a legion?

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Roman Soldier
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In less than 200 years The Roman Empire expanded
to include most of the Mediterranean Region
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Growth of Territory?
  • How did Romes territory grow?

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Farming
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Trade
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What were the Punic Wars?
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Punic Wars
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Who was Hannibal?
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  • Hannibal was a famous leader from Carthage,
    Tunisia in northern Africa. He attacked Rome
    during the Second Punic War. He used elephants to
    cross the Alps to reach Rome.

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Hannibal Crossing the Alps
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Elephants In Battle
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Trivia
  • While fighting in Italy, Hannibal found his route
    blocked by the Romans. Hannibal used a clever
    tactic. He sent a very odd force out under the
    cover of night2,000 oxen with lighted torches
    tied to their horns. The Romans thought they
    were under attack and moved from their positions
    clearing the way for Hannibal to march through!

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Later Expansion?
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Who were Tiberius and Gaius Gracchus?
Bothers Tiberius and Gaius Gracchus were
Tribunes. Both worked for the benefit of
the poor people of Rome. Both lost their lives
in doing so.
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Who was Gaius Marius and Lucius Cornelius Sulla?
His actions led to civil war in Rome.
eventually he became a dictator
His idea allowed poor people to join the army
Lucius Cornelius Sulla
Gaius Marius
49
Who was Spartacus?
A former gladiator, Spartacus, led an uprising of
the slaves in Rome, who were being treated
very badly. He was killed in battle during
the revolt. The revolt fell apart. The
Romans executed 6,000 rebellious slaves.
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Summary
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