101-3 Revised

101-3 Revised - Constantine 313-337 • Constantinople •...

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Roman Republic Etruscans Carthage Senate Patricians Plebeians Consuls Censors Law of the 12 Tables 450 BCE Tribunes Punic War (264-146 B.C.E.) Hannibal
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Proconsuls Gracchi Brothers Sulla Julius Caesar (d. 44 BCE) First Triumvirate: Crassus- Pompey- Julius Caesar Second Triumvirate: Octavian (Augustus Caesar)- Lepidus- Mark Antony
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Roman Empire
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Cleopatra Octavian (Augustus Caesar) “Princeps” Principate 27 BCE-14 CE Pax Romana Livy Tiberius Villa Virgil 70-19 BCE The Aeneid Marcus Aurelius 161-180 CE The Meditations
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Christianity/Fall of Rome Commodus r. 180- 193 “Barracks Emperors” Praetorian Guard Diocletian (r. 294- 305) Tetrarchy
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Unformatted text preview: Constantine 313-337 • Constantinople • Jesus • Saul of Tarsus (Paul) 6-67 CE • Second Diaspora • Franks • Saxons • Angles • Vandals • Visigoths • Ostrogoths • Barbarian Invasions: Byzantine Empire 400-788 • Justinian (ruled 400-788) • Byzantine Empire (around 550): • Corpus Juris (533) • Procopius (Secret History) • “Greek Fire” • The “Justinian Plague” • Constantinople (Istanbul) • Hagia Sophia Theodora Classical Life • Polis • “The silk Road to China” • Gracchi Brothers • Misogyny • Athena • Aphrodite • Patria Potestas • Lex Juliana 18 BCE • Galley Slaves...
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This note was uploaded on 01/05/2012 for the course HIST 201 taught by Professor Sabey during the Winter '08 term at BYU.

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