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The origins of rome web

  1. 1. Warm Up:<br />In your passport…draw a line under your last notes behind section # 3 and title the first open space directly below the Rome. <br />Name three items that you use in your life that you believe comes from Italy? <br />(write out the question and answer it)<br />
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  3. 3. Acrostics<br />Spain, France, Belgium, Germany, Netherlands<br />5-Susie Fanned Bobby’s Grimy Neck.<br />
  4. 4. Acrostics<br />Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Austria<br />4-Pickled Cabbage Smells Awful<br />
  5. 5. Acronyms <br />Switzerland, Italy, Sicily, Ty Sea, Africa<br />5- SISTA (credit Dan Young)<br />
  6. 6. The Origins of Rome<br />The Geography and The Legend…<br />
  7. 7. Key Topic: The Rise of Rome<br />Main Idea # 1:Geography played an important role in the rise of Roman civilization<br />Main Idea # 2: The origins of Rome (How it began)<br />Main Idea # 3: Early influences on the Roman culture- the Etruscans<br />
  8. 8. Main Idea # 1 :<br />Geography played an important role in the rise of Roman Civilization<br />
  9. 9. The Geography of Italy<br />
  10. 10. World Map<br />
  11. 11. A little bit closer..<br />                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       <br />
  12. 12. Mapping Rome & its surrounding!!<br />1. Use pages 84 –85 in the atlas<br />2. Use page R16-R17, pg 263, 274 in your textbook<br />
  13. 13. Main Idea # 1 Comparing the Geography<br />ITALY<br /> Peninsula<br />Pleasant Climate <br />Large Islands (Sicily, & Sardinia)<br />Mountainous, but passable.<br />Gravel Roads from coast to coast<br />Dense Forest & Plains for farming<br />= capacity for a larger population.<br />GREECE<br />Peninsula<br />Pleasant Climate<br />Small islands<br />Very Mountainous<br />No passable roads<br />Rocky Soil<br />= smaller, isolated civilizations.<br />
  14. 14. Main Idea # 2<br />The origins of Rome (How it began)<br />
  15. 15. Main Idea # 2<br />Aeneas and followers flee Troy after loss to the Mycenaeans & Greeks.<br />Land at the mouth of the Tiber River<br />Integrate Latins with Trojans<br />Aeneas becomes the “father” of Rome.<br />Is this fact or fiction?<br />
  16. 16. The Legend ofRomulus and Remus<br />
  17. 17. Main Idea # 2<br />Romulus & Remus Recap<br />Twin Brothers raised by a wolf.<br />Romulus fights & kills his brother, Remus<br />Romulus becomes the first King of Rome 753 B.C.E.<br />Fact or fiction??<br />
  18. 18. Main Idea # 2<br />Latins settle on the plain of Latium around 1000 B.C.E.<br />Between 800 and 700 B.C.E. people band together here for protection.<br />= Rome<br />
  19. 19. Main Idea # 3<br />Early influences on the Roman culture :<br />The Etruscans<br />
  20. 20. Main Idea # 3<br />Between 800 & 650 BCE the Etruscans came to Rome from a Northern part of Italy called Eturia<br />
  21. 21. Warm Up!<br />Remembering in the true Aristotle syllogism form…<br />The Romans were influenced by the Etruscans<br />The Etruscans had a colorful and interesting life<br />?????????????????????????????????????<br />In order to understand the culture of the Romans we must focus on the culture of the Etruscans, since the Romans adopted much of what the Etruscans did!<br />
  22. 22. Main Idea # 3<br />2. Nicknames:<br />Italy’s first civilized people<br />People of the Sea – Pirates<br />The Etruscans Contributed many things to Rome, they did not necessarily make/found these ideas themselves, but rather brought them to the attention of the Romans<br />
  23. 23. Etruscans Contributions to Rome<br />From pg 264-265 in Journey Across Time<br />Olives & Grapes<br />Alphabet<br />Architecture <br />Sculptures<br />Literature<br />Metalworking<br />Mining<br />Model for Army<br />Trading<br />Set up the streets, temples, & public building in Rome<br />Dress – Togas with short cloaks (sign of status)<br />Made brick houses rather than straw huts<br />
  24. 24. Etruscans Contributions to Rome<br />From pg 211-213 in Human Heritage<br />Hilltop cities<br />Heavy leather shoes with laces<br />Tunnels & Dams to drain fields<br />Bright colors<br />Games:<br />Gambling<br />Backgammon<br />Dice<br />Chess<br />Sports<br />Wrestling<br />Boxing<br />Horse Racing<br />Drainage in the Streets<br />
  25. 25. Etruscans Contributions to Rome<br />From pg 213- 214 in Human Heritage<br />Gods Modeled after Greeks<br />(IE Zeus = Jupiter; Aphrodite = Venus)<br />Believe humans are powerless against the gods<br />Built Temples (1st temple ever built is now in the middle of Rome)<br />Soothsayers – people who predict the future (set the cities boundaries)<br />Omens – signs of what is to happen<br />
  26. 26. Etruscans Contributions to Rome<br />From pg 213- 214 in Human Heritage<br />Tombs of Gold<br />Catacombs – tombs under the ground<br />Necropolis – cemeteries outside the city<br />
  27. 27. Etruscans Contributions to Rome<br />From pg 215-216 in Human Heritage<br />Arch<br />1st Sewer system<br />Forum – public square<br />Use Greek Alphabet<br />Gladiatorial Games <br />Triumph – victory parade<br />Municipal –center of a Roman city <br />Fasces – bundle of rods bound around an ax – show status<br />
  28. 28. Shoes<br />