2 SSWH3 Examine the political, philosophical, and cultural interaction of Classical Mediterranean societies from 700 BCE to 400 CE.
3 Vocabulary Greece - the country that lies on the Aegean Sea, is famous for its many scientific, democratic, and architectural advances, and was home to philosophers Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle. Greek - refers to a people and a language who inhabit the area home to democracy, Plato, Aristotle, and the Parthenon. Polis - the Greek word that means "city state." Rome - the capital of an ancient Republic and Empire, and is now the capital of a country located on the Mediterranean Sea. Italy - a country in southern Europe, jutting into the Mediterranean Sea as a boot-shaped peninsula, surrounded on the east, south, and west by the Mediterranean Roman - refers to a people and language who inhabit the area home to Julius Caesar, Augustus Caesar, and the republic.
4 Vocabulary Republic - a state in which supreme power is held by the people and their elected representatives Empire - an extensive group of states or countries under a single supreme authority Socrates - Greek philosopher was also Plato's teacher, who was famous for his method of investigation and learning. Plato - Classical Greek philosopher, who, together with his teacher, Socrates, and his student, Aristotle, helped to lay the foundations of Western philosophy. Aristotle - a Greek philosopher, a student of Plato and teacher of Alexander the Great. Alexander the Great - a Macedonian king who spread Greek influence in the mighty empire he created in the 300s BCE, conquering most of the known world in the process.
5 Vocabulary Julius Caesar - a Roman general and political leader, known for his campaigns in Britain and Gaul. During the turbulent times at the end of the Roman Republic he formed a governing triumvirate with Crassus and Pompey. Augustus Caesar - was adopted by his great uncle, Julius Caesar, and in 43 BCE joined forces with Mark Antony and Marcus Lepidus in a military dictatorship known as the Second Triumvirate. Diffusion - the spreading of something more widely Christianity - a monotheistic religion centered on the life and teachings of Jesus of Nazareth.
6 Greece/ Greek Italy/ Roman
7 SSWH 3 A Compare the origins and structure of the Greek polis, the Roman Republic, and the Roman Empire.
9 How did we get here? 700 BCE, Greece was divided into several independent, warring kingdoms Each army was made up of part-time hoplite soldiers class of small landowning farmers, merchants and artisans In some areas the soldiers were unhappy Lead to the rise of tyrants Who promised reforms in exchange for the support of the hoplites
10 How did we get here? Tyrants overthrew many of the kings attempted to take all the power for themselves most cases were unsuccessful tyrants were themselves overthrown by the hoplites Chaos and the army eventually ushered in the period of the Greek Polis
11 What is a polis? The polis (plural, poleis) was the ancient Greek city-state. In the ancient world, it was the central urban area that could also have controlled the surrounding countryside. The word polis could also refer to the city's body of citizens.
12 Greek Polis The polis began to emerge as a new form of social and political organization in the eighth century B.C. Athens, Sparta, Thebes, Corinth, etc.
13 Elements of a Polis Self-governance, autonomy and independence (city-state) Agora: the social hub and financial marketplace Acropolis: the citadel Temples, Altars
14 Greek Polis considered as the time of recovery and the peak of Greek Civilization 30,000 to 300,000 in population All spoke Greek, polytheistic, practiced different forms of government, and had the same culture.
15 Forms of Government Oligarchy - rule by the few Democracy - rule by the people Monarchies - rule by a king/queen Military states - rule by the military
16 Let s look at two famous Greek City-States.
18 Athens held their cultural achievements in the highest regard Economy based on trade and seafaring Birthplace of democracy Only 10-15% of the population allowed to paticipate in government Women, slaves, and foreigners not allowed to participate
19 Sparta Economy based on farming Practiced oligarchy MILITARY BASED SOCIETY - held all military matters to be of the utmost importance All males expected to spend the majority of their life in the military Spartan women had only a few more rights here than in Athens
20 Let s look at the Roman Republic.
22 Roman Republic Built on the Tiber River near the Mediterranean Sea Considered to be a REPUBLIC - rule of law by elected officials Officials were elected by citizens All men were considered citizens
23 Roman Republic All land owning men were considered citizens Had to be a landowner to be allowed to join the military All adult male landowners were given citizenship Patriarchal Society women had no rights Communication was aided by having a network of good roads
24 Roman Republic Had 2 consuls (king like rulers) and a senate highest elected position in the Roman Republic highest civilian and military magistrates Tribunes were governmental offices filled through elections
25 Roman Republic Formed a republic with 2 main ruling groups: the patricians - a wealthy and powerful group of nobles, small in numbers the plebeians - a poor group, large in numbers, politically limited Established written laws (12 Tables) Covered Plebeians and Patricians
26 Fall of the Roman Republic Causes: Discontent of the plebeians Stress between the two classes War with Carthage Soldiers away at war for so long - no one to mind the farm back home so had to sell the land Rising unemployment Landless Romans no longer qualified for military service reduced the size of the Roman army
27 Fall of the Roman Republic after the fall Rome fell into a series of civil wars The senate was no longer the most powerful instrument of the government During this time members of the patrician class accumulated vast personal estates and enormous wealth
28 Extent of the Roman Republic
29 Let s look at the Roman Empire.
30 Roman Empire Ending the civil wars is a group of people known as the First Triumvirate Julius Casear, Crassus, and Pompey had overwhelming influence over the affairs of Rome. Caesar eventually wins complete power and is declared dictator Creation of the EMPIRE benefited the wealthy and the poor were overlooked
31 Roman Empire Julius Caesar assassinated Second Triumvirate formed Ushers in a NEW PEACE - Pax Romana Pax Romana Colosseum is built, empire expands, public works are built Pax Romana strongest unifying force was the government
32 Eventually the Roman Empire falls.. This is the beginning of the Dark Ages.
34 SSWH 3 B Identify the ideas and impact of important individuals, include: Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, Alexander the Great, Julius Caesar, and Augustus Caesar.
35 Famous Greeks Socrates 470 BC 399 BC classical Athenian philosopher A founder of Western philosophy Plato - famous student argued that there were no absolute standards for truth
36 SOCRATES believed that average people were not qualified to rule themselves Socratic method (relies heavily on question and answer) a series of questions encourage deeper insight taught his students to question everything around them to think critically rather than questioned the notion of simply memorizing things. "might makes right"
37 Socrates irritated people with ideas of justice attempts to improve the Athenians' sense of justice = source of his execution found guilty of corrupting the minds of the youth of Athens and sentenced to death by drinking a mixture containing poison hemlock
38 PLATO BCE Greek philosopher, mathematician student of Socrates founder of the Academy in Athens, the first institution of higher learning in the Western world believed that average people were not qualified to rule themselves students should master five mathematical disciplines before beginning the study of philosophy
39 PLATO S REPUBLIC Student of Socrates Wrote The Republic to explain such topics as justice and the "ideal" state Socratic dialogue written by Plato MAIN IDEA: VISION OF A PERFECTLY GOVERNED SOCIETY
40 ARISTOTLE 384 BC 322 BC Greek philosopher a student of Plato Founded his on school to teach philosophy teacher of Alexander the Great believed that average people were not qualified to rule themselves
41 ARISTOTLE Rules of logic Said that females had the least amount of right female slaves would MOST LIKELY be considered the lowest social class in Ancient Greece tasks
42 ALEXANDER THE GREAT Born in Macedonia By 30 created one of the largest empires undefeated in battle - conquered most of the known world considered one of history's most successful commanders created an empire that blended the influences of several ancient cultures
43 Alexander the Great was from Macedonia which is located next to Greece
44 Alexander the Great the spread of Greek culture in the east resulted in a new Hellenistic civilization founded some 20 cities that bore his name Promoted religious and political freedom in conquered lands main cause of the spread of Hellenistic (GREEK) culture the conquest of Alexander the Great
45 Alexander the Great cultural diffusion = Greek culture went with him and stayed behind Religion, art, and philosophy influenced by Greek thought
47 Julius Caesar Came to power as a Roman military leader very popular with citizens His army was deeply loyal MOST responsible for Rome's move from a republic to a dictatorship Expanded citizenship to a wide group of people
48 Julius Caesar provided jobs through public works Set up the Julian Calendar Would not obey the Senate Assassinated by senators
49 Augustus Caesar Came to power after Caesar s death Rule marked the end of the Roman Republic Rome became an empire under his reign Created a civil service system reign ushered in the Pax Romana attention paid to cultural growth rather than war
50 SSWH 3 C Analyze the impact of Greek and Roman culture, politics, and technology.
51 Greece/ Greek Italy/ Roman
52 Greek Culture Science: Studied astronomy and built an observatory Studied the planets and the sun Ancient discoveries relate to the modern world Culture: Opened up trade throughout the Mediterranean Built a research library, art galleries, and a zoo
53 Greek Culture Law: Democracy gave way to a monarchy -Ended polis (city-states) Gender: - women did not have a lot of freedom Math: famous mathmeticians Ptolemy, Pythagoras, Eudoxus The Iliad and the Odyssey are the two best known epic works most closely associated with Greek culture.
54 Roman Culture Lever & pulley Hippocratic oath (ethical standards for doctors) Built roads, bridges, harbors the arch lead to larger and more stable structures Aqueducts: structures that carry water into cities Urban areas became larger due to aqueducts
55 Roman Culture major contribution concept of government by law - Twelve Tables innocent until proven guilty equal treatment under law Solid evidence must be presented to indict someone
56 Roman Culture Women no longer restricted to their homes Women learned to read and write Royal women held power, some were rulers, others worked outside of home
57 Greek and Roman Impact Writings were used by later French and English philosophers that led to the development of participatory democracy Latin is often associated with science, especially medicine and biology Roman law codes served as the starting point for the development of many modern European law codes.
58 Greek and Roman Impact Greek and Roman contributions influenced the Arab world where they were key in the development of navigational technologies that spurred the Age of Exploration The prosperity of the Roman Empire increased the development of scholarship that lasted well beyond the collapse of the Empire.
59 SSWH 3 D Describe polytheism in the Greek and Roman world.
60 Polytheism Greeks and Romans were polytheistic origins were established through traditional stories of mythology. Greeks and Romans shared same religious concepts Roman Empire tolerated other religions as long as the people were loyal to the emperor
61 Greek Gods Zeus - King Hera Queen/Marriage Athena - Wisdom Hermes - messenger Hades - Underworld Ares- War Poseidon - Sea Roman Gods Jupiter - King Juno - Queen/Marriage Minerva - Wisdom Mercury - messenger Pluto - Underworld Mars War Neptune - Sea
62 Polytheism Greeks and Romans believed: gods and goddess confronted many of the same emotions as humans engaged with each other and humanity in complex and often troublesome ways Romans religion included many gods adapted from the Greeks
63 Polytheism Attempts to appease the gods and goddess: construction of monumental architecture and statues Parthenon in Athens and the Pantheon in Rome development of complex state run rituals that helped justify the power of the government.
64 SSWH 3 E Explain the origins and diffusion of Christianity in the Roman World.
65 Christianity Christianity came from the teachings of Jesus of Nazareth savior of the Hebrew (Judaic) peoples personal relationship w/ God promise of Heaven Christians were persecuted so they worshiped in private and in catacombs Jesus put to death, Paul spreads word of Jesus & God (missionary)
66 Christianity Following the death of Jesus - Christianity spread due to its appeal to lower classes and the poor Liked by many because it accepted all people, especially the poor Used Roman roads to travel & spread the word of Jesus
67 Christianity Christianity spread through empire easily due to Pax-Romana Emperor Constantine (Roman) was the first emperor to convert to Christianity With imperial support, Christianity grew quickly to become the dominate religion of Europe.
68 SSWH 3 F Analyze the factors that led to the collapse of the Western Roman Empire.
69 Roman Empire SPLIT: To try to save the empire, it was split in the 3rd century to make it easier to rule Western Roman Empire Capital at Rome Eastern Roman Empire Capital at Constantinople
70 Roman Empire Splits
71 Collapse of the Western Empire Social/Political: Ineffective and corrupt leadership Emperor position auctioned off Lack of interest/ pride in government by people Contrast between rich and poor Due to the rise in those who followed Christianity People no longer so the Emperor as divine Ultimately weakened the power of the Emperor
72 Collapse of the Western Empire Economic: Poor Harvests Decrease in agricultural output - leads to higher food prices Disruption of Trade by invaders Western Empire not as rich as the Eastern Empire Weak currency/ High inflation High cost of defending against invasions Invaders were known as the Huns Increase in Taxes
73 Military: Threat from barbarian invaders Recruitment of non-roman soldiers developed a lack of loyalty Series of disastrous military losses Lack of money caused a decline in the military numbers
74 Collapse of the Western Empire Why were the Germanic tribes attacks increasing in frequency? Fear of attack from the Huns forced Germanic tribes into the territory of the Roman Empire. Romulus Augustus was last emperor of Western Empire Deposed by a Germanic tribal leader No Emperor would ever rule again from Rome
75 Impact from Fall of the Western Roman Empire The Fall of the Roman Empire marks the beginning of the Dark Ages. Lack of stability Decline in learning Failing infrastructure Decrease in trade Literature stopped spreading Writing declined Collapse of the large scale system of slavery Life became harsh and brutal Decline in Population
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