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Ancient Rome. By: Mercedes L, Grace E, and A.J Ross. This is the Roman Colosseum!. 509-264 B.C.E. Key events are: More than 200 years of constant warfare. Rome took control of the entire Italian peninsula.
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Ancient Rome By: Mercedes L, Grace E, and A.J Ross This is the Roman Colosseum!
509-264 B.C.E • Key events are: More than 200 years of constant warfare. Rome took control of the entire Italian peninsula. • Positive events are: The Italians were all Roman citizens, and there were no more tribes fighting each other. • Negative events are: Each tribe had to send their young men to be soldiers. This is Rome at night.
264-146 B.C.E • Key Events are: When Rome defeated Carthage during Punic Wars, they had to give up their land like Spain and Sicily. Carthage was destroyed. • Positive effects: Romans required slaves, land, and wealth. Rome was influenced by other cultures like Greece. • Negative effects: Romans lost a lot of young men in the wars. Many small farmers were unable to maintain their farms. This is a Roman Solider.
145-44 B.C.E • Key events: the civil war between Pompey and Julis Caesar. Julis Caesar defeated Pompey and was called the dictator for life by the Senate. • Positive events: Roman conquests had brought great wealth to the city of Rome. Caesar started new colonies and granted citizenship to the people of the cities of Gaul and Spain. • Negative events: by the end of the third expansion, the Roman republic had collapsed. Enemies had stabbed Caesar 23 times to death as he was entering the Senate. This is people fighting for others amusement.
44-14B.C.E • Key events: Caesar’s murder plunged Rome into a series of civil wars for more than 10 years. Octavian became the supreme leader of the Mediterranean Region. • Positive events: Augusts encouraged education, art, and literature. He completed grand construction projects, repairing more than 80 ruined temples. • Negative events: Augusts harshly punished people for being unfaithful to their husbands or wives. The guard of the emperors sometimes murdered them. • http://www.historyforkids.org/learn/romans/ This is an example of Ancient Roman art.
Bibliography • http://www.ycs.nt.ca/weledeh/06_homeworkCorner/images/ancientRome_Full.jpg • http://www.eastchester.k12.ny.us/schools/hs/teachers/library_new/images/ancient-rome.jpg • http://www.legion-fourteen.com/reduced%20image.jpg • http://www.military-art.com/mall/images/dhm1015.jpg • http://www.earlham.edu/~clas/Vesuvio_pre79.JPG • http://www.historyforkids.org/learn/romans/ • Chart on “Mapping” the Expansion of the Roman Empire.