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AH Rome

  1. 1. Ancient Rome What are some of the aspects of Etruscan art? How did it influence the Romans? What are some of the main aspects of Roman architecture? What did influences did Roman architecture produce? What are the main periods of Roman art? Who is seen as one of the most influential emperors? What event allows us to know so much about ancient Rome? Who was the last great emperor of the Late Empire? What are the main aspects that brought on the end of the Roman empire?
  2. 2. DATES 753 BC : Traditional date for the founding of Rome by Romulus, Romulus killed his brother Remus in a fight: Rome as a kingdom 509 BC–27 BC Roman REPUBLIC March 15, 44 BC Julius Caesar was assassinated Julius Caesar had adopted his nephew Octavian Octavian becomes Augustus Caesar and considered the greatest Emperor 27 BC – IMPERIAL ROME - beginning of the Empire: After 68 AD– HIGH EMPIRE Late second century – LATE EMPIRE Early fourth century – Constantine as Emperor, introduction of Christianity
  3. 3. Etruscan Temple Architecture
  4. 4. Capitoline wolf
  5. 5. Apollo of Vei
  6. 6. Sarcophagus
  7. 7. Atrium and peristyle, House of the Silver Wedding, Pompeii, early 1st century A.D.
  8. 8. Roman bedroom- CUBICULA
  9. 9. Insula  (Roman Apartment buildings  Ostia Italy, (reconstruction), 2nd century A.D.
  10. 10. Canopus, Hadrian's Villa, Tivoli, A.D. 125–135.
  11. 11. Reconstruction of the FORUM, Rome, c. A.D. 98–117
  12. 12. Forum of Augustus
  13. 13. Basilica Ulpia, Forum of Trajan AD 98-117
  14. 14. Forum of Trajan (model), shows the Basilica Ulpia, 2 libraries (one Greek and the other Latin), the Column of Trajan, and the Temple of the Divine Trajan
  15. 15. Markets of Trajan
  16. 16. Baths of Caracalla - Rome
  17. 17. Flavian Amphitheater also known as The Coliseum, Rome, A.D. c. 72–80
  18. 18. Pont du Gard , near Nîmes, France, late 1st century B.C.
  19. 19. Temple of Portunus, (formerly known as the Temple of Fortuna Virilis) Rome, late 2nd century B.C.
  20. 20. Pantheon , Rome, A.D. 117–125.
  21. 21. West side of the Ara Pacis (Altar of Peace), Rome, 13–9 B.C.
  22. 22. South side of the Ara Pacis, showing a detail of an imperial procession.
  23. 23. < Greek Parthenon Ionic Frieze
  24. 24. Trajan's Column, Trajan's Forum, Rome, dedicated A.D. 113.
  25. 25. three lowest bands of Trajan's Column
  26. 26. Arch of Titus, Rome, A.D. 81
  27. 27. Relief from the Arch of Titus, detail showing The Spoils of the Temple of Jerusalem Exhibited in Rome
  28. 28. Arch of Constantine, Rome, c. A.D. 313.
  29. 29. A Young Flavian Woman , c. 90 B.C. Roman Republic Veristic Sculpture
  30. 30. Augustus of Prima Porta , early 1st century A.D
  31. 31. Equestrian statue of Marcus Aurelius (before restoration), A.D. 164–166
  32. 32. Colossus sculpture of Constantine, from the Basilica of Constantine, Rome, A.D. 313.
  33. 33. First Style Fresco Painting, Pompeii Villa
  34. 34. Second Style Fresco Painting
  35. 35. Third Style Fresco Painting
  36. 36. Fourth Style Fresco Painting
  37. 37. Villa of the Mysteries, near Pompeii, c. 65–50 B.C.
  38. 38. Still Life , from Herculaneum, c. A.D. 50.
  39. 39. Hercules Strangling the Serpents , House of the Vettii, Pompeii, A.D. 63 - 79.

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