L2 Augustus - Parents

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  • 1. Augustus - Parentage
    • Lesson Aims:
    • To explain the variety of roles within the Roman political system.
    • To understand the history of the parental lineage of Augustus and its history.
    • Do now:
    • Recap on previous lesson
  • 2. Role of the Magistrates
    • Dictator
    • Consul
    • Proconsul
    • Censor
    • Praetor
    • Tribune
    • Aedile
    • Quaestor
  • 3. Role of the Assembly
    • Refer to p. 12 of Artus.
    • Take notes on the function of the Assembly and the three different types of Assembly.
    Centuriate Tribal Plebeian
  • 4. Nomenclature
    • To the left is an example of the full Roman name of ‘Marcus Aurelius Lucii f. Quinti n. tribu Galeria Antoninus Felix, domo Caesaraugusta’
    • The main parts of this name which we need to understand are the following:
    • Praenomen
    • Nomen
    • Cognomen
    Component Name Note Marcus praenomen Aurelius nomen gentile he belonged to gens Aurelia (the Aurelii ) Lucii f(ilius) patronimicus son of Lucius Quinti n(epos) grandparent grandson of Quintus tribu Galeria tribe a tribe from Galleria, a region of Hispania Antoninus cognomen he belonged to Antonini branch of the clan Felix agnomen "the Fortunate", a nickname domo Caesaraugusta residence ancient Zaragoza in Hispania
  • 5. Parental Intrigue
    • Read through the worksheet and answer the questions on Julius Caesar and his influence in Roman society.
  • 6. The Julio-Claudian Family Tree
  • 7. Homework
    • Go to timetoast and construct a timeline which outlines the breakdown of the Republic.