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  1. Comparison of Roman & Greek Sculpture Senior Humanities Seminar

  2. Roman History I. Early History 1000 BCE Latin speaking tribes in Italy 8th cent. BCE Rome foundedEtruscans North; Greek Colonies SouthReligion II. Roman Republic 509-27 BCE 509 BCE Founding of Republic 500-264 BCE Unification of Italian Peninsula 264-146 BCE Punic Wars with Carthage Subjugation of Hellenistic States 146-27 BCE Collapse of Republic III. Roman Empire 27 BCE – 476 CE Expansion through Conquest & Administration

  3. Roman History Roman Republic 509-27 BCE 509 BCE Founding of Republic 500-264 BCE Unification of Italian Peninsula 264-146 BCE Punic Wars with Carthage 146-133 BCE Greece & Hellenistic Statesbecome a Province of Rome 146-27 BCE Collapse of Republic 490-480 BCE Persian Wars480-430 BCE Golden Age(High Classical)431-404 BCE Peloponnesian Wars400-338 BCE Political Upheaval(Late Classical)336-323 BCE Alexander the Great (Hellenistic) Roman Empire 27 BCE – 476 CE Expansion through Conquest & Administration

  4. Roman Republic 44 BCE

  5. Roman Greek Imagines Portrait Busts, c. 80 BCE – 200 CE

  6. Roman Greek Paterfamilias Patria Patrician Senate (Council of Elders) Patrician w. Busts of his Ancestors,1st cent. BC Doryphoros, Polykleitos

  7. Roman Republican Portrait Busts Patrician - Senate (Council of Elders) AutoritasGravitasDecorum

  8. Roman Republic Denarius (Coin) with Portrait of Julius Caesar,c. 44 BCE Patrician w. Busts of his Ancestors,1st cent. BCE

  9. Roman II. Roman Empire Greek Augustusb. 63 BCEd. 14 CE Augustus of Prima Porta, c. 20-10 BCE Doryphoros, Polykleitos

  10. Commemorative Sculpture Roman Ara Pacis Augustae, Altar, 13-9 BCE Close Up

  11. Roman Greek Panathenaic Procession, Parthenon Imperial Procession, Ara Pacis Altar

  12. Roman Arch of Titus, Triumphal Arch, 81 CE Close Up

  13. Roman Greek Triumph of Titus Lapiths & Centaurs, Parthenon Arch of TitusSpoils from Temple of Jerusalem

  14. Arch of Titus, 81 CE Spoils from Temple of Jerusalem Triumph of Titus “more prominent than the rest were those [spoils] captured in the Temple at Jerusalem - a golden table and a lampstand similarly made of gold . . . . The central shaft was fixed to a base and from it extended slender branches placed like the prongs of a trident, and with the end of each one forged into a lamp: these numbered seven, signifying the honor paid to that number by the Jews. Next came a large group carrying images of Victory, all fashioned out of ivory and gold. Behind them drove Vespasian first with Titus behind him . . . a splendid sight.” - Flavius Josephus

  15. Roman Column of Trajan, Victory Column, 113 CE Close Up

  16. Greek Roman Romans Crossing the Danube into Dacia, Column of Trajan Archer Herakles, Trojan War Pediment,Temple of Aphaia