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Stage 17 Review from the Cambridge Latin Course

Stage 17 Review from the Cambridge Latin Course

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  • 1. STAGE 17 TEST REVIEW Made by Jordan Randles
  • 2. CULTURE
  • 3. FACTS ABOUTALEXANDRIAAlexander the Great chose the site in 331 B.C.There was a healthy environment for people, land, ships andfarmersIt stood in an ideal place for commerce at the meeting-place ofgreat trade routes and it played a key role in its successThe streets were on a grid systemCanopus Street, which was 100 feet wide, could hold manywagons going many separate waysAlexander the Great did not see his city completed, he died duringits construction
  • 4. ALEXANDRIAN GOVERNMENT Queen Cleopatra is last in this lineThe family of Ptolymy rules overAlexandria for the next 300 years Quick Fact: Egypt becomes a Roman providence in 30 B.C.
  • 5. THE PHAROS The Pharos had a fire that went on day and night, and the lighthouse would reflect this light from the fire from highly polished bronze which would brighten the sea, directing sailors to the harbor safelyThe Pharos, named for the island it stood on, is an ancient wonder of the world
  • 6. THE ROYAL QUARTER The Royal Quarter contained palaces, temples, administrative offices and gardens Cleopatra began the Caesaerum’s construction built to honor the Roman General Marc Antony, but Augustus Caesar finished it and dedicated it to himself.Now Cleopatra’s Needles are in London, England and Central Park, NY
  • 7. THE UNIVERSITYEuclid makes his first geometry book here... The Museum was the University in the Royal Quarter Mathematics, Astronomy, Anatomy, Geography, Literature and Languages were all researched at the UniversityAristarchus produces the Heliocentric Theory here...
  • 8. THE SEVEN WONDERSOF THE ANCIENT WORLD
  • 9. GREAT PYRAMIDS OFGIZA It took 20 years and 100,000 slaves to build the massive structure It took 112 men to lift each block
  • 10. GREAT PYRAMIDS OFGIZA It took 20 years and 100,000 slaves to build the massive structure It took 112 men to lift each blockThe ONLY Wonder of the Ancient World still standing...
  • 11. HANGING GARDENS OF BABYLONThe Hanging Gardens of Babylon towered 100 feet into the air, and pleased his wife as well as fellow travelers
  • 12. HANGING GARDENS OF BABYLONThe Hanging Gardens of Babylon towered 100 feet into the air, and pleased his wife as well as fellow travelers Destroyed by earthquakes
  • 13. THE TEMPLE OF ZEUS Located in the city of Peloponnesus and built in the honor of the god Zeus Built on a raised rectangular platform in 456 B.C.or what’s left of it...
  • 14. THE TEMPLE OF ZEUS Located in the city of Peloponnesus and built in the honor of the god Zeus Built on a raised rectangular platform in 456 B.C.or what’s left of it... an earthquake ly destr oyed by M ost like
  • 15. THE COLOSSUS OFRHODES A statue of the 225 ton statue stood Greek titan for 56 years where the Helios Aegean Sea meets the resembling the Mediterranean SeaStatue of Liberty
  • 16. THE COLOSSUS OFRHODES A statue of the 225 ton statue stood Greek titan for 56 years where the Helios Aegean Sea meets the resembling the Mediterranean Sea Statue of Liberty KE UA HQ RT EA y an db stroyeDe
  • 17. THE COLOSSUS OFRHODES A statue of the 225 ton statue stood Greek titan for 56 years where the Helios Aegean Sea meets the resembling the Mediterranean Sea Statue of Liberty De KE str UA oye HQ db RT ya EA nE y an AR TH db stroye QUA KEDe
  • 18. THE LIGHTHOUSE OF ALEXANDRIACompleted by Ptolemy Soter, but named after Alexander the great, and it’s the second tallest building of the ancient wonders
  • 19. THE LIGHTHOUSE OF ALEXANDRIACompleted by Ptolemy Soter, but named after Alexander the great, and it’s the second tallest building of the ancient wonders Caved in from damaging EARTHQUAKES
  • 20. TEMPLE OF ARTEMIS Used to stand in the Greek city of Aphasias and built in 550 B.C., it was dedicated to the Greek goddess Artemis a lot of building and rebuilding
  • 21. TEMPLE OF ARTEMISDestroyed by fire and time... Used to stand in the Greek city of Aphasias and built in 550 B.C., it was dedicated to the Greek goddess Artemis a lot of building and rebuilding
  • 22. THE MAUSOLEUM OFHALICARNASSUS A tomb built for Artemisia and stood 148 feet high, and many Greek artists and craftsman were brought together to construct a beautiful tomb
  • 23. THE MAUSOLEUM OFHALICARNASSUS A tomb built for Artemisia and stood 148 feet high, and many Greek artists and craftsman were brought together to construct a beautiful tombLost due to EARTHQUAKES
  • 24. GRAMMAR THE GENITIVE CASEThe little servant boy lived in the house of the master
  • 25. GRAMMAR GENITIVE CASE: Shows possession of a place, person or thing, similar to english terms of possession Example:We soon arrived at the harbor of Alexandria or We soon arrived at Alexandria’s harbor ad p0rtum Alexandriae mox pervenimus