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1009 The fall of the Roman Empire and its impact.

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The fall of the Roman Empire had an impact on the History of Medicine, how and why?!

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1009 The fall of the Roman Empire and its impact.

  1. 1. Medicine in the Ancient World 500AD – 1700AD. WALT: Assess the impact of the fall of the Roman Empire. WILFS: E – Describe why Rome fell. C – Explain how this affected the rest of the world. A – Evaluate the impact of the fall of Rome on medicine.
  2. 2. Starter • You have been given targeted feedback in your books on how to get to your target level in lessons. Please respond to these EBI’s. • I will explain in detail … • I will evaluate the …
  3. 3. Summary of Learning. We are going to get into groups of three and create summaries for the period 10,000BC to 500AD. - Treatments in the Ancient World – A comparison of treatments and their effectiveness. - Healers in the Ancient World – A comparison of Healers and their effectiveness. - Explanations for illness in the Ancient world – A comparison of theories and ideas.
  4. 4. Summaries Time Period Treatments Healers Explanations Pre Historic MTT OXFORD 7 AQA 58 MTT OXFORD 7 AQA 58 MTT HEINE 9 MTT OXFORD 7 Ancient Egypt MTT OXFORD 15 MTT HEINE 12 MTT OXFORD 14 MTT HEINE 13,14 AQA 58 Ancient Greece MTT OXFORD 19 MTT OXFORD 20 MTT HEINE 21,26 MTT OXFORD 20 Ancient Rome MTT OXFORD 26 MTT OXFORD 27,34 MTT HEINE 31 MTT HEINE 38
  5. 5. The fall of the Roman Empire… Why didn’t medicine get better for 1000 years…?
  6. 6. Why were religion and medicine so closely linked… Why are they linked?
  7. 7. Exam Focus During which of these periods were people more successful in preventing the spread of disease and infection? Explain your answer. Ancient Egypt and Ancient Greece 8 The Middle Ages (c500-1450) Explain your answer. Try to refer to both periods in your answer.
  8. 8. The fall of the Roman Empire The Roman Empire grew until it could no longer control its borders successfully. Barbarian tribes overran the western parts of the empire, and by AD 500 Europe consisted of many small, feuding tribal kingdoms. These kingdoms were often at war with each other. What effects do you think these wars had on the benefits that the Roman Empire had brought?
  9. 9. The fall of the Roman Empire… The wars meant that many of the Roman developments were lost. Roman buildings, public health systems, libraries and medical books were destroyed. It was now dangerous to travel, so communications were limited, and there were far fewer opportunities for doctors to learn or train. Q. Explain how the factors of war, communication or education might have affected the progress of medicine at this time?
  10. 10. Questions • What was medicine like in Medieval Europe? • Why was there regress in medical knowledge and understanding in Medieval Europe? • Why was this period known as the Dark Ages?
  11. 11. Medicine in Britain… • Page 52/53. • 5 Minutes – Evidence of surgery, disease, public health. • 3 minutes – Similarities between Middle Ages and Ancient. • 2 minutes what differences can you spot?
  12. 12. Q-Q-T • Create a Quiz Quiz Trade about Medieval Medicine what you have been learning about today.

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