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    the ancient roman civilization 61%

    Explain that most ancient Romans worshipped many gods and goddesses PP Identify Roman myths as a type of fiction P Describe the religion and mythology of ancient Rome as similar to that of ancient Greece P Compare and contrast the three categories of people in ancient Rome: patricians, plebeians, and slaves P PP

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    Ancient Greece and Rome and Their Influence on Western Civilization An Enduring Legacy The American political system, like those of many other Western nations, is profoundly influenced by ideas from ancient Greece and Rome. Our ideas about democracy and republican government come from these ancient governments. Our

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    Rome and Its Empire OUTLINE I. Introduction The stability that typified certain aspects of Chinese and Indian cultures was not present in the Mediterranean. The center of Mediterranean civilization shifted from Greece and its Hellenistic successor states to Rome. Rome developed during the fifth century B.C.E. in the

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    The Ancient Greek City-States A Great Civilization Many people believe that the greatest of all the civilizations of the ancient world was the civilization of Greece. However, it is a little misleading to speak about ancient Greece as though it were a single civilization. Ancient Greece was not a unified country. It was a collection of independent

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    Grade 4 Ancient Civilization Research Project DUE DATE: week of March 30th Dear Parents, The grade 4 students have been assigned an ancient civilization (Rome, India, Greece, China, England, Inca, Aztecs, Mayans). They will be expected to use time in class and time at home to complete the following research project. Please see

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    Map of Ancient Rome Lands of the Mediterranean You’ve already found out that Rome was the largest and most powerful civilization of the Ancient Mediterranean World! In this map activity, you’ll find out just how BIG! You’ll see how the Roman Empire circled the Mediterranean Sea from Asia Minor to Greece to Gaul to Britain.

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    World History Organizer Unit 2: Classical Greece and Rome The Big Picture: While civilization began in the fertile river valleys of Asia and Africa, the first “classical civilizations” emerged along the Mediterranean Sea in ancient Greece and Rome. From a series of independent city-states, such as Athens and Sparta, Classical

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    iv Chapter 8 Greek Civilization Section 8-1 The Culture of Ancient Greece 120 Section 8-2 Greek Philosophy and History 126 Section 8-3 Alexander the Great 130 Section 8-4 The Spread of Greek Culture 134 Chapter 9 The Rise of Rome Section 9-1 Rome’s Beginnings 138 Section 9-2 The Roman Republic 142 Section 9-3 The Fall of the Republic 148 Section 9-4 The Early Empire 153

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    conducted research and completed projects on some of our world’s oldest civilizations including Egypt, Mesopotamia, Greece, and Rome. Students created presentations, cultural exhibits, and served as living history docents as they presented their work to fellow sixth graders and students from other grade levels before the Thanksgiving break.

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    PART II THE GRECO-ROMAN AND JUDEO-CHRISTIAN ROOTS Chapter 3 Early Greece 1. The civilization of ancient Greece, from about the eighth to the first century B.C., and that of Rome, from the first century B.C. to the fifth century A.D., are referred to as Greco-Roman or classical. 2.

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    • ANCIENT GREECE • ANCIENT ROME • EARLY (ANCIENT) CIVILIZATIONS THE NEOLITHIC REVOLUTION • The Neolithic Revolution is a turning point in history. Before the Neolithic Revolution (during the Paleolithic Age), nomads used simple stone tools and relied on hunting and gathering for food.

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    suppositories, enemas, poultices, decoctions, infusions, pills, troches, lotions, ointments, and planters. Greece and Rome Greek civilization, one of the foundations of Western Civilization, is the source of philosophy, literally "friend of wisdom." Greek philosophy involved a search for rational . (

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    MAINTENANCE OF BOWLING GREENS By Michael J. Bladon, Past President Sports Turf Association Internationally, lawn bowling is one of the oldest recreational pur-suits. Itwas played in Rome, Greece and Egypt. Records show that a bowling green has existed in Southampton, England, since before 1611and is still being played on, further that an annual

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