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S.M.S. “CARDARELLI” 2003/2004 The Olympics in Ancient Greece Comenius Project “Olympism and Education in the field of

S.M.S. “CARDARELLI” 2003/2004 The Olympics in Ancient Greece Comenius Project “Olympism and Education in the field of

S.M.S. “CARDARELLI” 2003/2004 The Olympics in Ancient Greece Comenius Project “Olympism and Education in the field of sport” EXIT The Olympics in Ancient Greece The Greeks and The Olympic spirit The origins of the Olympic Games The rules of the Games The programme of the Games

By emily
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Aim: Why is the Pax Romana considered the golden age of the Roman Empire?

Aim: Why is the Pax Romana considered the golden age of the Roman Empire?

Aim: Why is the Pax Romana considered the golden age of the Roman Empire?. Do Now: Why was Augustus an important figure in Roman history? What were some of his accomplishments? . I. Legacy of Augustus

By ardith
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Chapter 29 The Golden Age of Athens

Chapter 29 The Golden Age of Athens

Chapter 29 The Golden Age of Athens. Introduction A City of Contrasts Religion: The Temple at Delphi Architecture: The Acropolis Architecture is the art of designing buildings Sculpture: A Marble Workshop

By lionel
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the first greek olympics

the first greek olympics

the first greek olympics. 776 BC . All about the first olympics. Only men were able to compete and they had to compete naked

By finola
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Ancient Greece

Ancient Greece

Ancient Greece. By: Jiaqi Li. Ancient Greece. Ancient Greece lasted from 8000 B.C.E to 30 B.C.E. Ancient Greece lasted 7970 years. Mythology. There are lots of different kinds of gods. For instance, Titans, Olympians, Other gods, and weird creatures.

By orinda
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Aim: Why did the Byzantine Empire succeed during the Middle Ages?

Aim: Why did the Byzantine Empire succeed during the Middle Ages?

Aim: Why did the Byzantine Empire succeed during the Middle Ages? . Do Now: What do you think of when you hear the term “Middle Ages?”. I. Introduction .

By aneko
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Olympics

Olympics

Olympics. Ancient Greek Olympics. The Olympics started in Olympia in 776 BC. The games lasted for only 5 days and only men and boys could compete. Day 1: Athletes spent the day getting ready to compete.

By libba
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Chapter 26

Chapter 26

Chapter 26. The Rise of Democracy. 26.1: Introduction. Different forms of government Monarchy Oligarchy Tyranny Democracy Greeks did not identify themselves with a country, but with their city Each city has its own laws, army, money, and government Cities  City-states.

By shiri
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By; Kelly Murphy

By; Kelly Murphy

The Olympics . By; Kelly Murphy. Evolving Events. Ancient .

By tehya
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The Cult of Cybele

The Cult of Cybele

The Cult of Cybele. Roxana Chan CLCV 3202-A November 07, 2013. Origins. Originated as an earth goddess in Asia Minor Phrygian god of fertility Also known as “Magna Mater”, the Great Mother Was introduced into Rome during the Second Punic War in the late 3 rd c BC .

By saber
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From Romanticism to Realism

From Romanticism to Realism

From Romanticism to Realism. The Essential Theatre. Ch6. Introduction. The late XVIII and early XIX centuries brought a reaction against the neoclassical rules that had dominated dramatic writing since the mid-seventieth century.

By borna
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Aim: Why is the Pax Romana considered the golden age of the Roman Empire?

Aim: Why is the Pax Romana considered the golden age of the Roman Empire?

Aim: Why is the Pax Romana considered the golden age of the Roman Empire?. Do Now: Why was Augustus an important figure in Roman history? What were some of his accomplishments? . I . Legacy of Augustus

By keaton
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Roman Developments and Culture

Roman Developments and Culture

Roman Developments and Culture. Mr. Koch World History A Forest Lake High School. Religion. Gods much the same as Greeks Different names - Zeus → Jupiter - Hera → Juno - Poseidon → Neptune. Literature. Virgil’s Aeneid heroic telling of Rome’s past Horace satires of Roman society.

By miracle
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Distasters

Distasters

Distasters. 1. BURNING OF ROME. A.D. 64 Rome, Italy Fire broke out near Circus Maximus, an arena for chariot races. Everything was made of wood, so it burned quickly. It lasted 9 days and lots of “looting” occurred . 2. ERUPTION OF VESUVIUS . A.D . 79 Naples, Italy

By tahlia
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THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE BYZANTINE EMPIRE (306-800)

THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE BYZANTINE EMPIRE (306-800)

THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE BYZANTINE EMPIRE (306-800). OBJECTIVE: TO DETERMINE HOW THE EASTERN PART OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE SURVIVED AS THE WESTERN HALF BEGAN STEEP DECLINE BY LOOKING AT FACTORS THAT CONTRIBUTED TO EASTERN SUCCESS . FOUNDATIONS OF THE BYZANTINE EMPIRE. DIOCLETIAN – 284-205

By cain
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Ch. 11

Ch. 11

Ch. 11. Justinian Code. The Uniform code created by a panel of 400 legal experts; it served the Byzantine Empire for 900 years. Hagia Sophia. The Church of “Holy Wisdom” built by Justinian in Constantinople; considered the crowning glory of his reign . Patriarch.

By dugan
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Warm-up

Warm-up

Warm-up. How was Christianity was practiced differently in Rome and Constantinople. What was the Great Schism? . Venn Diagram . East – emperors led church and government, Greek was main language, priests could marry.

By catrin
(191 views)

How far did Roman punishments reflect Roman society?

How far did Roman punishments reflect Roman society?

How far did Roman punishments reflect Roman society?. By the end of the lesson you should be able to. Explain some of the crimes and punishments handed out in Roman Britain Explain why these punishments were given Evaluate how far punishments reflected society. Starter

By sophie
(169 views)

Ancient Greece

Ancient Greece

Ancient Greece. By: Jiaqi Li. Ancient Greece. Ancient Greece lasted from 8000 B.C.E to 30 B.C.E. Ancient Greece lasted 7970 years. Mythology. There are lots of different kinds of gods. For instance, Titans, Olympians, Other gods, and weird creatures.

By loman
(293 views)

Origins Surviving eastern half of Roman Empire Byzantine rulers saw themselves as Roman emperors

Origins Surviving eastern half of Roman Empire Byzantine rulers saw themselves as Roman emperors

Origins Surviving eastern half of Roman Empire Byzantine rulers saw themselves as Roman emperors Constantinople founded by Constantine on site of Greek colony of Byzantium. Constantine. Early Byzantine Period From 324 CE to 842 CE Emperor Justinian I Empress Theodora

By melia
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