Early Roman Empire - Early Roman Empire Rome began a cluster of villages near the River Tiber Rome conquered Greece and learned from their culture

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Early Roman Empire Rome began, a cluster of villages, near the River Tiber Rome conquered Greece and learned from their culture Influences on architecture, ways to build cities Cesar brought the first piece, 13 BC, the senate celebrated his return from Spain by dedicating an alter of Augustine peace, on the outer walls is a sculpted representation of that ceremony with priests, officials, and members of the imperial family This is to roman art as the Parthenon Frieze is to Greek art, a sense of order and serenity pervades the scene At the head of the precession, between the two councils, is Augustas, dignified All the other figures are portraits too The universal harmony of the natural world is represented by mother Earth herself The hundred foot high column commemorating Trojans victory over the desians? shows the force required to keep the peace, but there is no replication of war itself The victory column and the triumphal arch through which the army marched with POW, were forceful forms of propaganda for the righteousness of imperial power
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This note was uploaded on 10/13/2011 for the course IAH 208 taught by Professor Bonge during the Fall '08 term at Michigan State University.

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Early Roman Empire - Early Roman Empire Rome began a cluster of villages near the River Tiber Rome conquered Greece and learned from their culture

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