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Ancient Rome

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Ancient Rome
753 BCE
Founding of Rome
509 BCE
27 BCE
Augustus becomes 1st Roman Emperor
Monarchy
Republic
Founding of the Roman Republic
451 BCE
390 BCE
12 Tablets/tables of laws hung in the forum
Rome sacked by the Gauls
275 BCE
Rome defeats Greek army led by Pyrrhus
264 BCE
146 BCE
Punic Wars with Carthage
Greece becomes Roman province
44 BCE
Julius Caesar assassinated
31 BCE
Octavian defeats Mark Antony/Cleopatra in Battle of Actium
Start of Imperial Rome
Republican Portrait Busts
Veristic
Gravitas
Augustus Prima Porta
ca. 15 CE
Ara Pacis
9 BCE
Maison Carree
16 BCE
Nimes, France
Pont du Gard Aqueduct
1st Century CE
Nimes, France
The Colosseum
70-80 CE
Vespasian
Nero
54 - 68
Domus Aurea
64 - 68
Roman Vaulting Techniques
Fenestrated Groin Vaults
Arch of Titus
82 AD
Trajan
Trajan's Column
113 AD
Basilica Ulpia
Forum
Markets of Trajan
Apollodorus of Damascus
ca. 100 - 112
Apollodorus of Damascus
The Pantheon
Hadrian
118-125 AD
Rotunda
Portico
Hadrian's Villa at Tivoli
The Equestrian Statue of Marcus Aurelius
175 AD
Circus Maximus
Largest building in Rome - 150,000 spectators
Chariot Races
Gladiatoral contests (before the Colosseum)
Caracalla
198 - 217
Baths of Caracalla
Soldier Emperors
Trajan Decius
Trebonianaus Gallus
Diocletian and the Tetrachy
Palace at Split, Croatia
Constantine
(Pax Romana 27 BC - 180 AD)
AP QUESTION – In whose honor was this monument erected? How do the style and content of the monument reflect its culture’s social and political values?
Flavian Amphitheater
Velarium
Patricians
Pilasters
(erected by Domitian)
Coffers
Apse
Apse
142 ft
142 ft
Oculus
(235 - 284)
284 - 306
Castrum - Roman military base
Arch of Constantine
Basilica Nova
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End lecture 3
End of First Lecture
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Head of a Roman Patrician
Republican Roman
Marble
c.75-50 BCE
of
Imperial Roman
Marble
Imperial Roman
Stone and Concrete
Trajan
of
Imperial
Concrete and stone facing
Roman
Ludovisi Battle Sacophagus
Late Imperial Roman
Marble
c. 250 CE
House of the Vettii
Imperial Roman
(original was 2nd century BCE, rebuilt c. 62-79)
Cut stone and fresco
Compluvium
Impluvium
Atrium
Mount Vesuvius
Roman Domus
Same proportions links to Golden Age of Athens
One of many copies of a bronze original
Found in his wife Livia's villa (country home) in Prima Porta
Uses Polykleitos' canon of proportions
Alexander Mosaic
Republican Roman
c. 100 BCE
Mosaic
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