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Roman military timeline

You will work as a class to complete the timeline of Roman military campaigns.

Christopher Bost

on 15 November 2012

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Period 7:
Roman military timeline Rules:
1. Background does NOT change
2. No crazy zooms
3. Proper timeline format applies
4. CITE SOURCES! 3000 B.C. 2500 B.C. 2000 B.C. 1500 B.C. 1000 B.C. 500 B.C. 0 A.D. 500 A.D. 1000 A.D. The First Punic War Between ancient carthage and roman republic They fought for almost twenty years Location Mediterranean Sea, Sicily,
Sardinia, North Africa Romans were victorious The Third Punic War The second punic war
Happend in 202 B.C.
to 218 B.C this was the second biggest war between the
roman republic. The wars where fought in italy which where more roman army's where destroyed the war was a brutal war that went on for a decade http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/First_Punic_War First Servile War
in 135 BC encouraged
by a slave-priest name Eunus
400 slaves in sicily revolted.
the slaves killed their master.
this revolt encouraged other
slaves in sicily andcaptured serveral sicilian towns. They defeated the first army Rome sent.
After math/Consequces
Unrest spread to the eastern side of the Adriate Sea. Slave unrest. After 3 years of stuggle the romans family broke up the slave uprising. Punic war http://www.history.com/topics/punic-wars/videos#hannibal-ambushes-the-romans The fourth Macedonian war The Macedonian war was the final war between Rome and Macedon. The greek peninsula took only about eighty years to build. The French translation was published in 1647 as Meditations Metaphysiques. Descartes has still not given proof that such external objects exist. The first way that Descartes tries to undermine his beliefs is by considering the fact he remembers that his senses have deceived him before. Achaean war happened in 146 B.C. The Spartans had become increasingly opposed of the power that the League with-held The Third Macedonian War started in the year of 179 BC. The war was still going on in the year of 168 BC, Was the last of the Punic Wars, fought between the Phoenician colony of Carthage, and the Roman Republic. Second Servile War
104B.C -100B.C
800 Italian slaves were released from sicily, many non-Italians thought they were free too,They abandoned there masters and a rebellion broke out. When they were ordered back. The leader of the rebellion ws salvius. Marcus Aquillius ended the revolt. Was smaller than the two previous Punic Wars, and focused mainly on the siege of Carthage. Gallic Wars
This was a conflict in which Julius Caesar first emerged as a great military leader after an earlier career as an impoverished populist politician. Ended by destroying the Carthaginian population. The Spartans and the Romans declared war for power and the romans won the battle. Third Servile War
73-71 B.C
called the gladiator wars
the third battle was dangerous for Italy because the slaves won several battles against roman army. the battle was defeated in 71 BC by Marcus Licinius Crassius.
After math/ Consequence
The rebellion had indireect effects on polities in romes. It also had an effect on the careers of 2 generals.
Pomey and Crassus. They used their success in battle to further their political career. Third Macedonian war Happened in they year of 179 BC, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Third_Macedonian_War the first Macedonian war 214 B.C. During the war, Macedon attempted to gain control over parts of Illyria and Greece, but without success. but trying to make peace failed all together. 377
Romans war with the goths
Uprising inthe eastern Roman Empire. The war, between the goths and the romans, is a major turning point in the history of the Roman Empire, these series of events would see the collapse of the Western Roman Empire. ign.com Wikipedia.org Wikipedia.org ign.com Video: www.youtube.com/watch?v=r2TF7Nclovl http://www.youtube.com/channel/HC3pEuS_NX3C0
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