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  • Romans had no wives, offered choice to Sabine women - offered property rights and motherhood to free men <br /> Sabines chose Roman husbands, then interceded to prevent war w/ Sabine men
  • Tarquin the Proud&#x2019;s son raped a Roman&#x2019; wife while Romans were off fighting. She asked her husband for revenge, then killed herself
  • Carthaginian holdings prior to the Punic Wars
  • Roman holdings following the Punic Wars
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  • form the basis of the PAX ROMANA
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  • Rome C h a p t e r 6
  • How did the Etruscans influence early Rome? Why did Rome and Carthage fight the Punic Wars? How did the Roman Republic come to an end? What role did cities play in the Roman Empire? How did a Catholic Church emerge from early Christianity? How did the Roman Empire change under Diocletian and Constantine? Why did the Roman Empire collapse?
  • Principles of Roman Numerals
  • I 1 V 5 X 10 L 50 C 100 D 500 M 1000 http://ostermiller.org/calc/roman.html
  • Write from left to right, with the largest number first. XI CV
  • The largest numeral possible is used at each stage. V not IIIII C not LL
  • No more than three of the same adjacent numeral IX not VIIII
  • A smaller number is placed to the left of a larger to indicate subtraction. The smaller number must be a power of ten (I, X, C) IX for 9 XM for 990
  • Arabic Roman 314 XXIII 58 CIX 782
  • Arabic Roman 314 CCCXIV XXIII 58 CIX 782
  • Arabic Roman 314 CCCXIV 23 XXIII 58 CIX 782
  • Arabic Roman 314 CCCXIV 23 XXIII 58 LVIII CIX 782
  • Arabic Roman 314 CCCXIV 23 XXIII 58 LVIII 109 CIX 782
  • Arabic Roman 314 CCCXIV 23 XXIII 58 LVIII 109 CIX 782 DCCLXXXII
  • Arabic Roman 1776 MCDXCII 49 MCMXCII 2008
  • Arabic Roman 1776 MDCCLXXVI MCDXCII 49 MCMXCII 2008
  • Arabic Roman 1776 MDCCLXXVI 1492 MCDXCII 49 MCMXCII 2008
  • Arabic Roman 1776 MDCCLXXVI 1492 MCDXCII 49 IL MCMXCII 2008
  • Arabic Roman 1776 MDCCLXXVI 1492 MCDXCII 49 IL 1992 MCMXCII 2008
  • Arabic Roman 1776 MDCCLXXVI 1492 MCDXCII 49 IL 1992 MCMXCII 2008 MMVIII
  • Arabic Roman 17 XXXIII 64 CCCLIV 1056
  • Arabic Roman 17 XVII 33 XXXIII 64 LXIV 354 CCCLIV 1056 MLVI
  • Leadership
  • Qualities of a Qualities of a Good leader Bad leader
  • Examples of a Examples of a Good leader Bad leader
  • Good leaders are Charismatic Strategic Organized Experienced Industrious Confident Articulate Respectful Motivational Ethical
  • The Roman Republic
  • Aeneas escapes Troy His son, Lulus, founds Alba Longa several generations later, the twins, Romulus & Remus, are born Romulus founds Rome
  • The Etruscans Etruscan kings had imperium within Rome Patricians Plebians
  • Rape of Lucretia
  • Res Republica Romana 509 - 49 BCE Senatus Populusque Romanas Two consuls with imperium Dictator during emergencies Praetor as magistrate
  • Lex Duodecim Tabularum I. Civil Procedures VII. Real Property II. Civil Procedures VIII. Torts III. Debt IX. Constitutional principles IV. Parents and children X. Funeral regulations V. Inheritance XI. Marriage VI. Property XII. Crimes
  • The Twelve Tables
  • The Twelve Tables
  • The Twelve Tables
  • The Twelve Tables
  • The Twelve Tables
  • The Twelve Tables
  • Punic Wars 264-241 BCE First Punic War 238 BCE Rome seizes Sardinia & Corsica 218-202 BCE Second Punic War 149-146 BCE Third Punic War 146 BCE destruction of Carthage
  • Remains of Rome
  • Remains of Rome
  • Remains of Rome
  • Remains of Rome
  • Remains of Rome
  • Remains of Rome
  • Remains of Rome
  • Remains of Rome
  • Remains of Rome
  • Not everyone liked living under Roman rule ...
  • Virgil, The Aeneid 6.981-984
  • “Others, doubtless, will mould lifelike bronze with greater delicacy, will win from marble the look of life, will plead cases better, chart the motions of the sky with the rod and foretell the risings of the stars. Virgil, The Aeneid 6.981-984
  • “Others, doubtless, will mould lifelike bronze with greater delicacy, will win from marble the look of life, will plead cases better, chart the motions of the sky with the rod and foretell the risings of the stars. “Roman, remember by your strength to rule Earth’s people—for your arts are to be these: To pacify, to impose the rule of law, To spare the conquered, and crush the proud.” Virgil, The Aeneid 6.981-984
  • “All roads lead to Rome.” What does this mean?
  • Career paths in ancient Rome
  • Rome Executive Consuls, 1 yr term Senate Legislature Centurate Assembly Tribal Assembly Praetors, 8 judges chosen Judicial by Centurate Assembly Legal Code Twelve Tables All adult male Citizenship landowners
  • Rome Executive Consuls, 1 yr term Recommend changes Senate to the Roman Legislature Centurate Assembly Republic that would Tribal Assembly preserve what representative Praetors, 8 judges chosen Judicial democracy it has and by Centurate Assembly prevent the fall of the Republic. Legal Code Twelve Tables All adult male Citizenship landowners
  • Rome US Executive Consuls, 1 yr term President, 4 yr term Senate Senate Legislature Centurate Assembly House of Tribal Assembly Representatives Praetors, 8 judges chosen Supreme Court, appointed Judicial by Centurate Assembly for life by President Legal Code Twelve Tables US Constitution All adult male All native-born or Citizenship landowners naturalized adults
  • The Roman Empire
  • Formulate a possible response from the Roman senators in February 49 BCE that would have preserved the Roman Republic. Discuss with a neighbor; bullet-point suggestions to save the Republic.
  • Imperium Romana 49 BCE - 476 CE Julius Caesar crosses the Rubicon in 49 BCE
  • Imperium Romana 49 BCE - 476 CE Julius Caesar crosses the Rubicon in 49 BCE
  • Why gladiatorial games?
  • The Rise of Christianity
  • Rise of Christianity Leader Religious influence spread message of love; believed Jesus by many to be Messiah Peter Paul Constantine
  • 1. Why did people believe Jesus was the Messiah? 2. Why was Jesus put to death? 3. How did Christianity spread through the empire? 4. What & why was the Jewish Diaspora? 5. Why did Christianity spread? 6. How was the Church organized?
  • The Fall of the Roman Empire
  • Population of Rome 100 BCE - 1900 CE
  • Rome and Western Culture
  • Pompeii, 79 CE
  • Pompeii, 79 CE
  • Pompeii, 79 CE
  • Pompeii, 79 CE
  • Pompeii, 79 CE
  • Pompeii, 79 CE
  • Pompeii, 79 CE
  • Pompeii, 79 CE
  • Legacy of Rome Latin Aqueducts Roads Roman legal system Christianity
  • Legacy of Rome Latin Aqueducts Roads Roman legal system Christianity
  • Legacy of Rome Latin Aqueducts Roads Roman legal system Christianity
  • Legacy of Rome Latin Aqueducts Roads Roman legal system Christianity
  • Legacy of Rome Latin Aqueducts Roads Roman legal system Christianity
  • Legacy of Rome Latin Aqueducts Roads Roman legal system Christianity
  • Legacy of Rome Latin Aqueducts Roads Roman legal system Christianity
  • Legacy of Rome Latin Aqueducts Roads Roman legal system Christianity