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Geography of rome 1213 2
Geography of rome 1213 2
Geography of rome 1213 2
Geography of rome 1213 2
Geography of rome 1213 2
Geography of rome 1213 2
Geography of rome 1213 2
Geography of rome 1213 2
Geography of rome 1213 2
Geography of rome 1213 2
Geography of rome 1213 2
Geography of rome 1213 2
Geography of rome 1213 2
Geography of rome 1213 2
Geography of rome 1213 2
Geography of rome 1213 2
Geography of rome 1213 2
Geography of rome 1213 2
Geography of rome 1213 2
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  • 1. Day 2Monday, April 22, 13
  • 2. The Italian Peninsula• What 3 groups vied for control of theItalian peninsula?Monday, April 22, 13
  • 3. GIVENMonday, April 22, 13
  • 4. GIVENMonday, April 22, 13
  • 5. • The Latins, Etruscans, andGreeks vied for control of theregion in which Rome wasfoundedGIVENMonday, April 22, 13
  • 6. • The Latins, Etruscans, andGreeks vied for control of theregion in which Rome wasfounded• The Latins occupied a regionof central Italy they called“Latium”GIVENMonday, April 22, 13
  • 7. • The Latins, Etruscans, andGreeks vied for control of theregion in which Rome wasfounded• The Latins occupied a regionof central Italy they called“Latium”• The Greeks establishedcolonies on the southern andwestern coasts of Italy and theisland of SicilyGIVENMonday, April 22, 13
  • 8. • The Latins, Etruscans, andGreeks vied for control of theregion in which Rome wasfounded• The Latins occupied a regionof central Italy they called“Latium”• The Greeks establishedcolonies on the southern andwestern coasts of Italy and theisland of Sicily• The advanced civilization ofthe Etruscans was located in“Etruria”, just north of Latium.GIVENMonday, April 22, 13
  • 9. • The Latins, Etruscans, andGreeks vied for control of theregion in which Rome wasfounded• The Latins occupied a regionof central Italy they called“Latium”• The Greeks establishedcolonies on the southern andwestern coasts of Italy and theisland of Sicily• The advanced civilization ofthe Etruscans was located in“Etruria”, just north of Latium.• Rome was built atop 7 hillsGIVENMonday, April 22, 13
  • 10. • The Latins, Etruscans, andGreeks vied for control of theregion in which Rome wasfounded• The Latins occupied a regionof central Italy they called“Latium”• The Greeks establishedcolonies on the southern andwestern coasts of Italy and theisland of Sicily• The advanced civilization ofthe Etruscans was located in“Etruria”, just north of Latium.• Rome was built atop 7 hillsWhy was it that the Latinsfounded “Rome” and notthe Etruscans or Greeks?GIVENMonday, April 22, 13
  • 11. Rome’s Perfect LocationCity surrounded by landNot exposed to coastal dangersReceives warning of approaching invadersMonday, April 22, 13
  • 12. Rome’s Perfect LocationMonday, April 22, 13
  • 13. Rome’s Perfect LocationMonday, April 22, 13
  • 14. “Maritime cities are exposed to dangers both numerous and impossible toforesee.”Rome’s Perfect LocationMonday, April 22, 13
  • 15. “Maritime cities are exposed to dangers both numerous and impossible toforesee.”Rome’s Perfect Location“In addition, cities located on the sea are subject to certain corruptinginfluences and to moral decline, for they are affected by alien forms ofspeech and alien standards of conduct.”Monday, April 22, 13
  • 16. “Maritime cities are exposed to dangers both numerous and impossible toforesee.”Rome’s Perfect Location“In addition, cities located on the sea are subject to certain corruptinginfluences and to moral decline, for they are affected by alien forms ofspeech and alien standards of conduct.”“Not only foreign merchandise is imported by also foreign codes of morals,with the result that none of the ancestral customs of a maritime people canremain unchanged. The inhabitants of the seaboard do not remain at homebut are tempted far from their cities by the hope and dream of swiftlygained wealth...”Monday, April 22, 13
  • 17. “Maritime cities are exposed to dangers both numerous and impossible toforesee.”Rome’s Perfect Location“In addition, cities located on the sea are subject to certain corruptinginfluences and to moral decline, for they are affected by alien forms ofspeech and alien standards of conduct.”“Not only foreign merchandise is imported by also foreign codes of morals,with the result that none of the ancestral customs of a maritime people canremain unchanged. The inhabitants of the seaboard do not remain at homebut are tempted far from their cities by the hope and dream of swiftlygained wealth...”Monday, April 22, 13
  • 18. “Maritime cities are exposed to dangers both numerous and impossible toforesee.”Rome’s Perfect Location“In addition, cities located on the sea are subject to certain corruptinginfluences and to moral decline, for they are affected by alien forms ofspeech and alien standards of conduct.”“Not only foreign merchandise is imported by also foreign codes of morals,with the result that none of the ancestral customs of a maritime people canremain unchanged. The inhabitants of the seaboard do not remain at homebut are tempted far from their cities by the hope and dream of swiftlygained wealth...”Change=Moral DeclineMonday, April 22, 13
  • 19. Mos MaiorumMonday, April 22, 13
  • 20. Competition on the Italian PeninsulaMonday, April 22, 13

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