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First Thought Write down your thoughts or opinion of the quote:. “As is a tale, so is life: not how long it is, but how good it is, is what matters.” Seneca. Schedule. Review Greece and Rome Republic to Empire The Glory of Rome Rome and Christianity Rome’s “Fall” Into the Middle Ages.

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first thought write down your thoughts or opinion of the quote
First ThoughtWrite down your thoughts or opinion of the quote:
  • “As is a tale, so is life: not how long it is, but how good it is, is what matters.”
        • Seneca
schedule
Schedule
  • Review Greece and Rome
  • Republic to Empire
  • The Glory of Rome
  • Rome and Christianity
  • Rome’s “Fall”
  • Into the Middle Ages
rise of rome
Rise of Rome
  • Roman Republic 509 B.C. – 44 B.C.
  • Roman Empire 27 B.C. – 476 A.D.
    • Read about the Republic in the Packets.
      • Who had the Power? How was it organized?
rise of the caesars
Rise of the Caesars

Julius Caesar – General who took control of Rome and essentially ruled as a dictator

Assassinated by Senate.

Augustus (Octavian) – Won power struggle gained control and made himself Emperor aka Caesar.

Authoritarian Democracy

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augustus funeral oration
Augustus’ Funeral Oration
  • In the mindset of Augustus Caesar, write a brief speech similar in style to Pericles.
    • However, your speech should demonstrate how citizens should live under an Authoritarian Government.
    • Be Prepared to share.
the glory of rome
The Glory of Rome
  • In groups, look at your assigned section and think about it’s influence on the Modern World.
  • List the most important aspects and be prepared to explain why.
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First ThoughtWrite down your thoughts or opinion of the quote:
  • Life is neither good or evil, but only a place for good and evil.
    • Marcus Aurelius
rise of christianity
Rise of Christianity

Through Rome’s imperialism Christianity was able to flourish.

Ideas could spread easier in the Empire.

Constantine adopted tolerance of Christianity (313 A.D.).

roman empire s fall
Roman Empire’s Fall

476 A.D. is seen as the end of the Roman Empire.

Happened for various reasons.

Political, Social, Military.

However, the Byzantine Empire prevailed in the East.

the middle ages
The Middle Ages

Period of transition from Ancient to Modern times.

Dynamic Civilization arose after period of chaos.

medieval life
Medieval Life

People organized in small villages

Raids by invaders were common.

Vikings most notorious

Lords offered protection to commoners.

System of Feudalism set up.

the catholic church
The Catholic Church
  • The Church was the center of education, power and culture
  • The Pope was the most powerful figure in Europe
  • The Pope (religious leader) often conflicted with Kings (political leader) over power
  • Very little religious tolerance
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HW
  • Group A – Read Ch. 7 Sec. 2 “Feudalism and the Manor Economy” pgs. 219-224.
    • Create a FlowChart of the section.
    • Answer the Question, How did Feudalism and the Manor economy emerge and shape medieval life?
  • Group B – Read Ch. 7 Sec. 3 “ The Medieval Church” pgs. 225-230.
    • Create a Concept Web of the Section.
    • Then Answer the question, How did the Church play a vital role in medieval life?
pre modern timeline
Pre-Modern Timeline
  • Complete a timeline spanning from Ancient Greece thru the Middle Ages.