Lecture 10 The Growth of the roman Republic

Lecture 10 The Growth of the roman Republic - 7. What...

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LECTURE 10 Introduction to Western Civilization I History 101 "The Growth of the Roman Republic" I. Periods of Roman History A. Early kings B. Republican Rome C. Imperial Rome II. "Rise of the roman Republic" video 1. How did rome's location contribute to its growth and prosperity? 2. During the Republic, romans admired the virtues of pietas and gravitas. What were they? 3. Who could join the roman army? What was a "proletarian?" 4. What was the main benefit of joining the army? 5. Why was the roman army such an effective fighting force? 6. How did rome treat the peoples it conquered living on the Italian peninsula?
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Unformatted text preview: 7. What empire did rome fight in the Punic Wars? Why did rome emerge victorious in these conflicts? 8. In what ways did roman success in empire building profoundly alter its character? III. Government Officials in the Early Republic A. Senators B. Consuls C. Other officials IV. Social Division in the Early Republic A. Patricians B. Plebeians C. "Struggle of the Orders" TERMS used in today's presentation: Etruscans decimation Hannibal Scipio Battle of Zama (202 BC)...
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