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HUM-100: The Classical Tradition: Greece and Rome (pt. 2)

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Objectives:
1. Identify significant world events from ancient Greece and Rome.
2. Identify example of the humanities in classical civilizations, such as art, architecture, philosophy, music, and literature.
3. Identify major key examples from the humanities that reflect developments in world events and cultural patterns in ancient Greece and Rome.

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HUM-100: The Classical Tradition: Greece and Rome (pt. 2)

  1. 1. The Classical Tradition: Greece and Rome HUM/100 – Intro to the Humanities I The Ancient World to Medieval Time Prof. Francisco Pesante-Gonzalez University of Phoenix – Puerto Rico Campus
  2. 2. Objectives  Identify significant world events from ancient Greece and Rome.  Identify example of the humanities in classical civilizations, such as art, architecture, philosophy, music, and literature.  Identify major key examples from the humanities that reflect developments in world events and cultural patterns in ancient Greece and Rome.
  3. 3. Empire: Urban Life and Imperial Rome  ROME MYTHOLOGICAL ORIGINS  THE HISTORICAL ORIGINS OF THE ROMAN REPUBLIC  TURNING INTO AN EMPIRE  PAX ROMANA  DECADENCE AND DISSOLUTION OF THE EMPIRE
  4. 4. ROME MYTHOLOGICAL ORIGINS  ROMULUS AND REMUS
  5. 5. ROME MYTHOLOGICAL ORIGINS  AENEID
  6. 6. THE HISTORICAL ORIGINS OF THE ROMAN REPUBLIC Tarquin the Proud 509 b.C. Res Publica Patricians Plebeians
  7. 7. THE HISTORICAL ORIGINS OF THE ROMAN REPUBLIC TWELVE TABLETS (451 b.C.) Tribunes Consuls Senator
  8. 8. TURNING INTO AN EMPIRE FIRST TRIUMVIRATE  Crassus, wealthy Roman Pompey, popular general Julius Caesar, military leader
  9. 9. PAX ROMANA AUGUSTUS (OCTAVIAN) 63 bD – 14 aD.  Reforms  Professionalization of the public adminstration  207 years of peace
  10. 10. PAX ROMANA  Aqueduct of Segovia
  11. 11. PAX ROMANA  Colosseum of Rome
  12. 12. PAX ROMANA  Pantheon of Rome
  13. 13. PAX ROMANA ROMAN ARMY
  14. 14. DECADENCE AND DISSOLUTION OF THE EMPIRE  Dioclesian Reforms (r. 286 – 305 Tetrarchy  Constantine (r. 306– 337) Byzantium  Romulus Augustulus v Flavius Odoacer (476 aC)
  15. 15. • Sayre, H. (2014). Discovering the Humanities (3rd ed). Pearson Education. • World History: Patterns of Interaction (2007). McDougal Littell. REFERENCES

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