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Roman Empire vs. The Middle Ages

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Dolly Lebow

on 17 March 2017

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Transcript of Roman Empire vs. The Middle Ages

Roman Empire vs. The Middle Ages
By Dolly Lebow
12 tables
“Innocent until proven guilty"
Republic
Triumvirate
Consul
POLITICS- Rome
Feudalism (loyalty in exchange for power
The Crusades
POLITICS - Medieval Europe
ECONOMICS- Rome
Grains, olives, and grapes were grown
Monetary taxes on farmers
Wealthy people had slaves
Trade with other parts of Europe, Africa, and Asia
Roads

RELIGION- Rome
Polytheistic, monotheism was introduced, relied on science more
Roman Mythology
Christianity

SOCIAL- Rome
Baths
Water system (aqueducts)
Plebs and Patricians
Coliseum (entertainment)
INTELLECTUAL- Rome
Spoke the Romance languages
Lots of literature (epic poems)
Said the the earth was the center of the solar system

ARTISTIC- Rome

Economics- Medieval Europe
Trade was disrupted due to the bubonic plague killing large masses
Invasions and constant warfare damaged the economy

Religious- Medieval Europe
Roman Catholic
Pope
The Crusades
SOCIAL- Medieval Europe
Lords, Ladies, Knights, Vassals, Serfs
The Crusades
Feudalism (Loyalty in exchange for protection
Intellectual- Medieval Europe
Decline in learning and literacy
Latin was used by scholars but was not used in everyday life. It was replaced by French, Italian, Spanish for everyday
Artistic- Medieval Europe
Torture was a form of entertainment and art
Manors were very detailed and complex
Stained Glass windows in Churches
Domes
Columns
Arches
Sculptures
Vase paintings
ITALY (ROME)
Medieval Europe
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