1. Modern Myth of Rome and Its Neighbors

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The modern myth of Rome
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Rome Imagined - the Emperor and the City
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An emperor - Augustus As imagined in HBO’s Rome, at ages 18 to 31… Via Labicana Augustus, Rome, ca. 12 BC
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Rome Imagined - the streets of Rome HBO Rome - Opening Credits
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the streets of Ostia Please note the lack of blood
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Gladiators Imagined
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Gladiators Imagined Gladiators Imagined
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Gladiators? Not so sure what exactly someone is imagining here…
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Gladiators!
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Understanding Italy
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Understanding Italy
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Who lived in Italy? Romans Latins Etruscans Greeks Sabellians (includes Oscans and Samnites)
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Unformatted text preview: • Carthaginians • Gauls/Celts peoples of Italy Who were the Greeks? Who were the Etruscans? And why do they matter for Italy and for the Romans? Who were the Greeks? No… A real-live Greek, 480 BC, Paestum, just south of Naples (aka Neapolis) … Greek Colonizatio Who were the Etruscans? Rome and the Etruscan cities Map of Rome and area Note that Rome and Veii are 11 miles apart. Who were the Carthaginians? Map of Rome and southern Italy Map of Rome and southern Italy Satellite Map of Roman World...
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