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Rome . Allison, Emily, Shelby. C-D Model. State-level government High agricultural potential Environmental mosaic Power vacuum Antagonism among surrounding states Adequate military resources. C-D Model.

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Rome

Allison, Emily, Shelby


C d model
C-D Model

State-level government

High agricultural potential

Environmental mosaic

Power vacuum

Antagonism among surrounding states

Adequate military resources


C d model1
C-D Model

  • Reason a state successfully builds an empire is ideology emphasizing identification with state, militarism, and conquest.

  • Rewards:

    • Economic

    • Population increase


C d model fall of empires
C-D Model, Fall of Empires

  • Reasons for collapse of empires:

    • Ideology—conquest, expansion doesn’t stop

    • Failure of expansion erodes faith in ideology

    • Revolution


Political
Political

  • Made up of Senate and Consuls

  • Active citizenship

    • Military

    • Ownership

  • Polis, part of everyday life.

  • Before:

    • Consuls shared power, subjected to checks by nobles.

  • After

    • power was confided to dictators.


Political1
Political

  • Supported a religion

    • Public ceremonies

  • Laws

    • One thing that held territories together

    • Regulated social life.

      • Citizenship

    • Intended restrain upper-class to subject themselves to common principles.


Social
Social

  • Philosophers: Aristotle, Plato, Socrates

  • Exports

    • Building patterns, wine, olive oil.

  • Discovered cement

    • Roads, sewers, aqueducts, etc.

    • Public baths, amphitheaters, walls, etc.


Social1
Social

  • Religion

    • Father god, Jupiter.

    • Other gods for everyday passages.

    • Lack of passion, turned off people, especially during chaos and distress.

  • Literature

    • Sophocles

    • Homer

      • Iliad and Odyssey.


Economic
Economic

  • Commercial Farming

    • South

    • Led to soil depletion

  • Pottery

    • Used to transport wine.


Economic1
Economic

  • Trade

    • Art

    • Grain

    • Luxury Products

    • Received spices and art from the East, in return traded animal skins, metals, and exotic animals.


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