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Chapter 5. The First World Civilizations: Rome , China, and the Emergence of the Silk Road. p124. I. Early Rome and the Republic. A. Early Rome B. The Roman Republic, 1. The Roman Conquest of Italy 2. The Roman State C. The Roman Conquest of the Mediterranean (264–133 B.C.E.)

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The first world civilizations rome china and the emergence of the silk road

Chapter 5

The First World Civilizations: Rome, China, and the Emergence of the Silk Road



I early rome and the republic
I. Early Rome and the Republic

  • A. Early Rome

  • B. The Roman Republic,

    • 1. The Roman Conquest of Italy

    • 2. The Roman State

  • C. The Roman Conquest of the Mediterranean (264–133 B.C.E.)

    • 1. The Roman Army


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I. Early Rome and the Republic

  • D. The Decline and Fall of the Roman Republic (133–31 B.C.E.)

    • 1. Growing Unrest and a New Role for the Roman Army

    • 2. The Collapse of the Republic










Ii the roman empire at its height
II. The Roman Empire at Its Height

  • A. The Age of Augustus (31 B.C.E.–14 C.E.)

  • B. The Early Empire (14‑180)

    • 1. The Five Good Emperors (96‑180)

    • 2. Frontiers and the Provinces

    • 3. Prosperity in the Early Empire


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II. The Roman Empire at Its Height

  • C. Culture and Society in the Roman World

    • 1. Roman Literature

    • 2. Roman Art

    • 3. Roman Law

    • 4. The Roman Family

    • 5. Slaves and Their Masters

    • 6. Imperial Rome

    • 7. Disaster in Southern Italy








Iii crisis and the late empire
III. Crisis and the Late Empire

  • A. Crisis in the Third Century

  • B. The Late Roman Empire

    • 1. The Reforms of Diocletian and Constantine

    • 2. The End of the Western Empire

    • 3. What Caused the Fall of the Western Roman Empire?


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III. Crisis and the Late Empire

  • C. Transformation of the Roman World: The Development of Christianity

    • 1. The Origins of Christianity

    • 2. The Spread of Christianity

    • 3. The Triumph of Christianity






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V. The Glorious Han Empire (202 B.C.E-221 C.E.)

  • A. Confucianism and the State

  • B. The Economy

    • 1. Manufacturing and Trade

  • C. Imperial Expansion and the Origins of the Silk Road


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V. The Glorious Han Empire (202 B.C.E-221 C.E.)

  • D. Social Changes

  • E. Religion and Culture

  • F. The Decline and Fall of the Han

  • G. A Comparison of Rome and China








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