Council of nicaea solved problems when interpreting

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the trade route and a harbor and does not make roman temples, only Christian churches. Council of Nicaea Solved problems when interpreting the Bible’s words Date of Easter God father and Jesus
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Nicean Creed=We believe in one God The “Decline” of Rome Unstable succession of emperors Everexpanding of Roman Empire Division of power Too much money and break down of military Christianity Edward Gibbons English writer that wrote about Roman decline Age of Enlightenment During American and French Revolution Legacies of the Romans Catholic Church is in Rome Eastern Orthodox Church is in Constantinople Clothing Elite Men Togas Purple stripes, bigger = more elite Non elites don't wear togas, they wear tunics
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Elite Women Did not wear togas Younger, wore the toga praetexta Married women wore stola and palla Religious Practices Military type Men women can’t be in mithras Mithras because it symbolizes courage and doing the right thing and structure and order Woman and lower class/slaves Isis because the main figure is a woman and very inclusive. Isis was a loving and compassionate Very empathetic Annual flood would give water to agriculture and make people happy 30’s it was forbidden by law of Octavian because it was his Cleopatra’s religion. For All Romans Cybele because it was meant for the plague but romans could not be a priest because it meant castration (cutting off balls)
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Woman and lower class women Christianity Inclusive (includes everyone) Everyone Cult of Bacchus includes women and men drinking at night which wasn’t publically pleased Egyptian and Farmers/Agricultural based Eleusinian Mysteries because it represented Goddess Persephone going back to her mother, Demeter, Goddess of Agriculture. Meals Elite Romans You get fed in a triclinium that had three benches surrounding one small central table. The slaves would bring out courses of food so they could eat on their elbows using their hands laying down. Men and women did not eat together, but women can sit together. They could eat garum, fish sauce. It was graded by quality Stuffed dormouse Peacock Ostrich Water-downed wine Lower class did not eat like this
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After meals they could have recitations/poetry/music Work Avoid this issue. It was not discussed a lot in this class Relaxation Everyone Romans Baths It was practically free or really cheap Frigidarium—cold room Tepidarium—warm room Caldarium—hot room Palaestra—gymnasium room Natatio—swimming pool room Apodyteria—changing room Educated People They would have recitations They would watch plays
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Entertainment Everyone Chariot racing Strategy’s involved Gambling Watching games at forums Curse tablets onto their tablets Gladiators Watch people kill other people Watch people kill other animals Watch animals kill prisoners Watch prisoners kill prisoners Watching naval battles Vestal virgins had their own boxes Women did not have to be in the noose bleed section anymore after the 30’s Crucifixion Watching people die
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Choose 3 authors, and state what they share themes and choose one that represents the most of Roman culture and why
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