Lecture_11_Classical_(Entertain_Baths)

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Lecture 11: Classical Rome (Entertainment Buildings and Baths)
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Main Questions What can we say about the development of Rome as a city over time? Rome is now the head of a vast empire— how does that change the city? Rome is now a totalitarian state—how does that change the city?
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Important Dates 49-44 BCE : Julius Caesar is dictator of Rome 14 BCE-14 CE : Augustus rules as first emperor of Rome 14-68 CE : Julio-Claudian Dynasty (Augustus’ relatives) 69-96 CE: Flavian Dynasty 96-192 CE : Rule of “Good Emperors” 193-235 CE: Severan Dynasty
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Emperors of Each Dynasty Julio-Claudian: Augustus, Tiberius, Caligula, Claudius, Nero Flavian: Vespasian, Titus, Domitian “Good Emperors:” Nerva, Trajan, Hadrian, Antoninus Pious, Marcus Aurelius, (Commodus) Severan Dynasty: Septimius Severus, Caracalla
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Entertainment Buildings
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Types of Entertainment Buildings in Rome, drawn to scale Theater Stadium Amphitheater Circus
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Theaters
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Types of Entertainment Buildings in Rome, drawn to scale Theater Stadium Amphitheater Circus
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Roman (Left) vs. Greek (Right) Theaters
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Roman Theaters Freestanding Yes No (built into hillside) Yes No Closed-off No No Location In cities Only on hillsides, usually outside city Large Stage Building Yes Yes Standardized Plan Greek Theaters
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Roman (Left) vs. Greek (Right) Theaters
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Greek theater at Epidauros
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Greek theater at Epidauros
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Roman theater at Orange
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Roman theater at Orange
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Roman theater at Orange
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Forum Campus Martius
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Restored Plan of the Campus Martius Theater of Pompey
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Reconstructed Plan of Theater of Pompey (55 BCE) superimposed on modern streets
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Reconstructed Plan of Theater of Pompey (55 BCE) superimposed on modern streets Main Theater
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Reconstructed Plan of Theater of Pompey (55 BCE) superimposed on modern streets Temple of Venus Victrix
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Reconstructed Plan of Theater of Pompey (55 BCE) superimposed on modern streets Porticus
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Reconstructed Plan of Theater of Pompey (55 BCE) superimposed on modern streets Curia of Pompey
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Reconstructed Plan of Theater of Pompey (55 BCE) superimposed on modern streets
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Reconstructed Plan of Theater of Pompey (55 BCE) superimposed on modern streets Reconstruction of Theater
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Model of main theater of Theater of Pompey
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Model of main theater and porticus of Theater of Pompey (55 BCE)
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Model of the Campus Martius (Theater of Pompey at star)
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Forum Theater of Marcellus
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