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Art of Ancient Rome

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Transcript of Art of Ancient Rome

The Republic The Early Empire 10-23 1. Trajan (98–117)
a. The First Spanish Emperor: expanded its rule even further abroad.
ANCIENT ROME High Empire Late Empire Early Christian in Rome Byzantine in the east Etruscan and Greek influence
creates the art of . . . A. Romulus and Remus discovered Rome in 753 BCE B. From then until 509 BCE. Romans lived under Etruscan rule. C. Adopted Greek Deities at about 500 BCE. D. Etruscans were expelled form Rome and Italy came under Roman rule in 237 BCE A. 509-27 BCE B. The republic was run by a Senate that advised consul and magistrate & provided stability. C. Julius Caesar of the Julio Claudian family(100-44 BCE.), Brutus and Mark Antony were famous people during this time. A. 27 BCE - 96 CE B. Antony had a falling out with Octavian and
Antony made an alliance with Cleopatra. C. . The Roman Republic ended in 27 BCE when the Senate conferred on Octavian the title of Augustus, "The blessed one". 1. The Pax Romana: The peace and prosperity Augustus brought to the Roman Empire. D. Architecture makes a change by using concrete Comparison B. Under Trajan, Hadrian, and Marcus Aurelius in the second century CE, the Roman Empire reached its greatest geographic extent and the height of its power. A. 98 -200 CE Comparison Comparison A. 200 - 400 CE B. Diocletian and the Tetrarchy Emperors (284–306 CE.) 1. He ruled the East together with a Caesar of the East. The other two tetrarchs ruled as the Augustus and the Caesar of the West. C. Pagan world comes to an end and transforms into a Christian world. D. Constantine (306-337 CE.) ends the era of persecution for Christians with the Edict of Milan and moves the capital to Byzantium. Changes the name to Constantinople. E. In AD 395, the Empire split into East and West, The West falls to Germanic tribes and the east becomes the Byzantine Empire. Comparison http://www.history.com/topics/ancient-rome/videos#the-fall-of-rome
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