Exam 2 - Rome Here are three general areas or topics to...

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Herodotus Athens Pericles Sparta Persian Wars Peloponessian War Aristotle, Socrates Plato Hellenistic period Alexander the Great polis Homer Hoplite Helots Delian League Tyrant Oligarchy Democracy Han dynasty Mandate of Heaven Confucianism scholar bureaucrats Han Wudi Imperial mystique Xiongnu Pan Chao civil service exams Silk Road; Mahavira Asoka Mahayana Buddhism Hinayana Buddhism Bodhisattva Mathematics Mauryan dynasty Gupta dynasty Buddha Hindu Renaissance Nirvana Roman republic, Roman empire, Pax Romana, Julius Caesar, Diocletian, Constantine, Augustus, Spartacus, aqueducts, Colosseum, 3rd century crisis, Latin, patrician, plebian, tribune, Punic Wars, bread and circuses, stoicism, Christianity, Jesus, St. Paul, Gospels, Sermon on the Mount, pope, Edict of Milan; feudalism, Charlemagne, manor system, Roman Catholic Church, monasteries, Vikings, Justinian Code, Byzantine Empire, Greek or Eastern Orthodox Church For the essay portion of the exam, you’ll be asked to compare and contrast Han China and ancient
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Unformatted text preview: Rome. Here are three general areas or topics to consider. One of these will be eliminated for the exam and you will have a choice of the remaining two. In any case, be sure to provide specific supporting evidence for your generalizations. 1. Social aspects of the two civilizations: the individual and his/her role in the society, family relations, classes, etc. Pages 167-8 and 193-6 may be particularly useful. 2. The decline of the two empires: internal and external reasons for their collapses with your evaluation. Pages 164-6, 190-2, and 197 may be useful. 3. The accomplishments and successes of the two civilizations with your evaluation of them. Evidence for this is scattered throughout the readings. Don’t forget to make use of your notes and primary source readings in Esler and on Blackboard....
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This note was uploaded on 04/20/2008 for the course CIV 101 taught by Professor Brownson during the Spring '07 term at Murray State KY.

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