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ROME

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Transcript of ROME

They were polytheist (they believe in many gods).
Until the year 325a.d.
RELIGION
The Roman Empire developed a culture that was spread throughout their domain
.
CULTURE
GEOGRAPHY
August dinasty:
Octavio was designed August.The Senate governed Rome, Italy and the most pacific provinces while August governed the bordering ones.

It's the literature golden age.
August dinasty, Flavia Antonina and the fall.
THE ROMAN EMPIRE
THE ROMAN EMPIRE

The city of Rome was founded in 753 b.C. and it grew up to the most powerful empire. It was possible because Romans were good fighters.
Monarchy
Republic
Empire
Empire was the period governed by the emperor. It began in 27 b.C. and finish in 476 a.C. with barbarians invasions.
GODDESS
VENUS
GOD JUPITER
GOD MARS
Flavia Antonina:
the emperor chose his successor, the power returns to the Senate. The empire good administrated grew by the east.
GOD MERCURY
The fall:
Emperors were named by the army, the empire was divided and Constantine the great reunified it again. Declared Christianity the imperial religion. The empire was divided again and the barbarians invade the occidental empire.
EMPEROR CONSTANTINE THE GREAT
Begin:
JULIO CESAR
30 judges elected him and he became the 41st consul. He want to inherit goddess Venus.

MONUMENTS
THIS IS HOW THE COLISEUM WAS BEFORE
Romulos and Remus
When they were babies their parents leave them in the Tíber river and a wolf adopt them. The roman tradition was that two twin brothers Rumulos and Remus founded Rome. And they govern Rome.
THIS IS HOW THE COLISEUM IS TODAY
ROMAN AQUEDUCT OF SEGOVIA
ROMAN THEATER OF MERIDA
By:
Pablo Jara
Jaime Gómez
Ana Belén García
Daniel Simón
Neron´s personality was violent and also he has
passion of art
. He was the
most singular emperor
of roman history.
ROMAN ANFITHEATER
OF MERIDA
Neron
ROMAN CIRCUS
OF MERIDA
TRAJAN´S COLUMN
FAMOUS PEOPLE
THE ROMAN LOCALIZATION
The geographical location of the ancient Roman civilization, now is called Italy. The City of Rome were in the valley of the 7 hills, near the Tiber River, the most important of Italy.
According to tradition, Rome was founded on one of the Seven Hills (they are called :
Capitoline hill, Quirinal, Viminal, Esquiline, Celia, Palatine and Aventine surrounding the old community).

THE CIVILIZATION OF ROME
LANGUAGE
LATIN
Many of the most important actual languages are originated from Latin:
Spanish
French
Italian
Portuguese
Roman architecture was very important .
What did the Romans built?
Roads and bridges.
Aqueducts.
Circuses, theatres and anfitheatres
ARCHITECTURE
IMPERIUM
ROMANUM
(Roman Empire)
Spanish: Imperio Romano
French: Empire Romain
Italian: Impero Romano
Portuguese: Império Romano
THE END
THANKS FOR YOUR ATTENTION!!!!!
ROMAN EMPIRE
ROMAN EMPIRE
The Romans called "
Mare Nostrum
" to the Mediterranean Sea. It was their main way for transporting their commodities.

THE MEDITERRANEAN SEA
They conquered a part of Europe,
the north of Africa and a little part of Asia.
What did Neron do?
Neron paint pictures (he thinks that he was good but he was terrible).
He was a poet (also he was the worst).
And he played the zither.
The roman empire were divided in provinces.
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