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Review of Virginia SOL WHI.6a, WHI.6b, WHI.6c, WHI.d, WHI.6j

Review of Virginia SOL WHI.6a, WHI.6b, WHI.6c, WHI.d, WHI.6j

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    • Mrs. Gibson
      WWHS 2011
      SOL WHI.6a-d,j
      These remains were once part
      of what Roman building that
      housed political meetings and markets?
      ROME REVIEW
    • Geography playedan important rolein the rise ofRoman civilization.
      • Where is Rome?
      • Name & shape of peninsula? Sea?
      • Relative location to other countries?
      • What mountain range is to the North?
      • Compare the terrain of Rome to Greece. Did it support farming?
    • Rome’s Geography
      • Italy is a boot-shaped country centrally located in the Mediterranean Sea. Rome is near the center of the western side of Italian peninsula.
      • The toe of the boot points toward the island of Sicily (and Carthage in N. Africa).
      • The Alps are mountains at
      • Italy’s northern border.
      • Italy’s flat terrain was easier to farm than the mountainous terrain of Greece, so Italy could support more people.(Greeks had to colonize for farmland).
    • ROMAN EMPIRE
    • : How did the Greeks influence the Romans?
    • The Greeks influenced the Romans in architecture, literature and mythology (polytheistic religion).
    • Roman
      Gods & Goddesses
      Romans worshipped at the
      P___________.
      J
      J
      A
      D
      M
      V
    • Roman
      Gods & Goddesses
      Romans
      worshipped at the Pantheon.
      Jupiter
      Juno
      Apollo
      Diana
      Minerva
      Venus
    • What Roman technological achievements are shown here?
      “All _ _ _ _ _
      lead to Rome”
    • Roman Roads
    • Roman Acqueduct
      Roman Arches
    • The Government of Rome
      Compare Greek and Roman
      forms of Democracy.
      Greek: ________ Democracy
      Roman: _______ Democracy
    • The Government of Rome
      Compare Greek and Roman
      forms of Democracy.
      Greek: DIRECT Democracy
      Roman: REPRESENTATIVE
      Democracy
    • The Government of Rome
      Two groups of Citizens:
      1.P – great landowners, nobility who became Rome’s ruling class
      2. P – landholders, craftspeople, merchants & small farmers
    • The Government of Rome
      Two groups of Citizens:
      1.Patricians – great landowners, nobility who became Rome’s ruling class
      2. Plebeians – landholders, craftspeople, merchants & small farmers
    • The Government of Rome
      Chief executive officers
      C_______(2) – highest political office; ran the government & led the Roman army into battle
    • The Government of Rome
      Chief executive officers
      Consuls(2) – highest political office; ran the government & led the Roman army into battle
    • The Government of Rome
      S -US bases one of our legislative branches on this Roman group; about 300 patricians served for life
      A - gathering of political leaders who passed laws
    • The Government of Rome
      Senate-US bases one of our legislative branches on this Roman group; about 300 patricians served for life
      Assembly- gathering of political leaders who passed laws
    • Roman Law
      First code of law:
      T_______ T_______
      Standards of justice applied to all people equally & used principles recognized today
      ___________ until proven ________
    • Roman Law
      First code of law:
      Twelve Tables
      Standards of justice applied to all people equally & used principles recognized today
      Innocent until proven guilty
    • Two responsibilities of Roman citizens?
      ROMAN CURRENCY
    • What war is shown here? Who fought in it and why? Who won?
    • Who led an army to attack the Italian Peninsula? What was his invasion route? Where was he from?
      Was he successful? What was the result of this war?
    • Hannibal
      • General from Carthage
      • Invaded through Alps Mountains
      • Won many battles but lost the Punic Wars
      • Result of Punic wars was
      the domination of Rome
      in the Mediterranean Basin and
      spread of Roman culture.
    • The Defeat of Hannibalat the Battle of Zama
    • What architectural building is this? What went on here?
    • What Roman scientist
      said the universe was geocentric?
      Univ
      erse
    • Univ
      erse
      Ptolemy
    • Public health systems?
    • Roman Baths,
      Public water
      Medical schools
    • What Language
      did the Romans speak and write in?
      What do we call the 5 languages
      inspired by the Romans?
    • Latin
      Romance Languages
    • What religion,
      adopted by
      Emperor Constantine,
      replaced
      Roman polytheistic mythology?
    • Christianity